Celtic say fans who did not observe a Remembrance Sunday minute's silence have "embarrassed the club" and are "not welcome" at future games.
The Scottish champions beat hosts Ross County 4-1 in Dingwall.
"The silence was impeccably observed by the overwhelming majority of our fans as it always is," the club said.
"Clearly we are disappointed that a handful of individuals have chosen to embarrass the club and our supporters in this way."
The short statement ended: "These individuals are not welcome at Celtic."
Earlier, Celtic manager Ronny Deila had commented on the disruption during his post-match news conference, saying: "It is disappointing.
"I come from Norway and I don't know too much about these things, but it is something the club has to deal with."