The Covid-19 crisis which has engulfed Aberdeen Football Club stemmed from "a clear breach of the rules", the Scottish Government has said.
It is understood Saturday's televised Premiership clash between St Johnstone and Aberdeen will go ahead, despite the tightening of coronavirus restrictions in the north-east.
North-east-based Highland League clubs have said it will be “disappointing” if the number of teams who gain entry to the Scottish Cup is more than halved.
After five months of uncertainty, chaos, legal battles, votes, arbitration cases and rejected reconstruction football is finally, thankfully, back.
The Scottish Premiership must grab the chance to shine and maximise exposure when Europe’s major leagues are closed down for the summer.
After a chaotic few months Dave Cormack says Scottish football needs to come up with a clear vision and identity if it is to progress.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is hoping for clarity on crowds sooner rather than later.
Scottish football is just 10 days away from restarting – yet everything could still grind to a halt.
Dons boss Derek McInnes is thrilled to have Jonny Hayes available for their tilt at Scottish Cup glory.
Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell is targeting Scotland’s home game against Israel on September 4 as a test event for the return of supporters.
Aberdeen's 2019/20 Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic has been rescheduled for the weekend of October 31 - with the Scottish FA revealing the final will take place on Sunday, December 20.
Aberdeen can anticipate further bids for Sam Cosgrove during the summer transfer window now word is out on how much they will accept for their leading scorer.
Cove Rangers fan Ian Yule has thanked the businessman who’s set to double the total raised from his sponsored walk from the Balmoral Stadium to Tannadice.
Aberdeen have announced former chief executive Duncan Fraser is to step down from his role as a non-executive director on July 22.
The Scottish FA has confirmed the transfer window for clubs is now open and will not close until midnight on Monday, October 5.
Hearts and Partick Thistle have released a joint statement claiming their battle against relegation is with the SPFL and they did not intend to come into "direct dispute" with promoted sides, Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers.
Scottish Premiership clubs have been given the go-ahead to start their season on August 1.
Hosting Rangers in the Premiership opener at Pittodrie offers an opportunity for Aberdeen to lay down an early marker.
Rod Petrie has temporarily stepped down from his role as president of the Scottish FA on health grounds.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he was surprised and disappointed to be given a warning from the SFA for comments about behind closed door football.
Aberdonian Rachael Boyle is determined to "stake a claim" for her place in the Scottish Women's National Team as they try to reach the Euros in 2022.
The Scottish Football Association says grassroots clubs will be able to "explore a return to training" in phase three of the Scottish Government's easing of the coronavirus lockdown.
Crowned Scotland’s top young talent, Lewis Ferguson has now set his sights on earning a senior cap for his country.
Premiership clubs are allowed to return to training this week and everyone connected with Scottish football will be hoping things run smoothly.
Five Aberdeen referees are celebrating promotions for next season.
Something to look forward to – the NWSL are to turn their 2020 season into a five-week-long summer tournament.
Gothenburg Great Alex McLeish thinks Aberdeen’s “fantastic servant” Andy Considine is “one that got away” for the national team.
Coronavirus is having a detrimental effect on so many players in Scotland.
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell is hopeful football can restart in August.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has called for the government to provide financial aid to help Scottish football survive the Covid-19 crisis.