AN EXCLUSION zone will be set up round Hampden Stadium during the Olympics to ban traders selling goods not approved by Games organisers.
A rapid response team will also be in place to ensure litter and graffiti are cleaned from areas near the ground, where eight Olympic football matches will be held between July 25 and August 3.
The Olympic authorities are required to take steps to protect the image of the Games and its sponsors.
As a result, the Scottish Parliament passed regulations that give organisers the power to control goods for sale within 200 yards of the stadium.
The London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 2006 passed the duty for enforcing the rule to the Olympic Delivery Authority.
It, in turn, authorised Glasgow City Council's trading standards staff to act on its behalf.
They had to undergo special training and had to sit a test on the regulations and enforcement role they will be expected to fulfil while Glasgow is hosting events.
One of their duties will be to check that anyone selling goods or food within 200 yards of Hampden has been approved by Olympic bosses.
Anyone found operating without permission faces having their goods confiscated.
The only exceptions will be existing shops that are within the exclusion zone.
A dedicated rapid response team will also be in action during the Games to deal with clearing litter, flytipping, refuse and graffiti at short notice in and around the stadium and on routes to the venue.
The team will also be responsible for maintaining public land around and on the way to Hampden.
An audit has been carried out of private land in the area that is in need of maintenance and council staff have been talking to owners in an attempt to get it tidied up to ensure the city looks its best for worldwide TV coverage to more than a billion people.
The council will also be providing landscaping and planters at relevant areas to improve the look for visitors to the city.
Jim Coleman, the city council's sustainability and transport spokesman, said: "This kind of operation is part of the package when you are hosting major events.
"Our ability to deliver these specialised services on behalf of the Olympic organisers will only add to Glasgow's reputation as a first class city for sport."