The SNP's Alison Thewliss claimed her East End constituents have to keep their children away from windows on match days as suppor- ters are caught short in Parkhead's streets.
The opposition councillor's views echoed those of people in Ibrox and Mount Florida who say they too are tired of a minority of fans offending.
She was speaking after the Evening Times revealed the number of people fined for public urination had tripled over the last six years as police focus on anti- social behaviour.
However, the number of people fined around some football grounds has fallen.
Ms Thewliss said the issue had been raised with her "on numerous occasions."
She added: "People are fed-up with the lack of action by police; the figures back up their feeling that nothing is being done to combat this disgusting problem.
"It's unacceptable that some of my constituents look out of their windows on match days to find people urinating on their property."
Ms Thewliss believes consideration should be given to temporary public toilets on routes to the stadiums.
Police and council chiefs say the rise in the number of those caught in the act is down to the purge on anti-social behaviour and not lack of facilities.
Figures revealed by the Evening Times on Saturday showed the city centre and West End are where most of these offences occur.
However, six years ago the area around Hampden saw 125 such offences that year while Ibrox had 70. For 2011-12 the figure has fallen to around one incident a week in these neighbourhoods. No single beat covers Parkhead, but numbers caught were in single figures for some small beats near Celtic Park.
Police today said they were already penalising offenders in Ms Thewliss' wider Calton ward with the number of people reported up 384% in six years.