"Fans at a Scottish Cup soccer game jeered during a minute's silence for Pope John Paul II on Sunday, forcing the tribute to be cut short. The booing by Hearts fans came before the semifinal against Celtic, which has mostly Catholic fans. Referee Stuart Dougal ended the memorial less
than halfway through because of the noise. The game was televised in Britain and overseas."
"Celtic’s main rival is Rangers — whose fans are largely Protestant — and games between the teams have led to violence inside and outside stadiums."
- Hearts say sorry for fans who booed Pope tribute (Scotsman.com)
- Fans charged after Pope jeering (BBC Sport) Six Hearts supporters have been charged with sectarian hate crime following Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final.