More than 16,000 spectators were in attendance for that match but organisers would be confident of selling out the 68,756-capacity ground for an Old Firm game, generating some much-needed revenue for both clubs.
A similar proposal was mooted six years ago, with Australia as the host country, but the match never materialised.
The general secretary of the Rangers Supporters' Association believes an Old Firm game played in Boston or elsewhere in the USA in the summer would be "quite a spectacle".
John McMillan told BBC Scotland: "I'm quite sure from the point of view of ex-pat fans and American/Canadian locals who are fans, it would be quite a spectacle.
"Celtic have a large support in the Boston area, so from that point of view it would be attractive.
"There would be some security concerns surrounding the match, but if the right precautions are taken, it could be a good thing."
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