Both clubs face charges after their fans took to the pitch following the match with Hibs facing four charges and Rangers facing two.
According to the SFA Compliance officer, Hibs face charges over damage to the pitch, goalposts and advertising boards. Rangers face similar charges with damage to the advertising being cited.
The date for the hearing has been set fot Tuesday October 4th for Hibs and Rangers hearing set for the following day.
63 fans have been arrested in connection with the violence that followed the match.