The SPFL has announced the Challenge Cup will no longer go ahead for season 2020/21 due to difficulties posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Kilmarnock's Premiership game with Motherwell this evening has been postponed after the entire Killie first-team squad was forced to self-isolate.
Teams allowed three substitutes in new Scottish Championship season, while Leagues One and Two have backed five subs change
The Scottish Championship will be the only senior division to continue to allow a maximum of three substitues during the 2020/21 season.
Willie Miller: Scottish football authorities need to be more forceful in stating case for fan return
The news that fans won’t be returning to stadiums any time soon is a bitter blow to Scottish football at all levels.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says Scottish football authorities cannot allow ‘charade’ of playing without fans go on
Peterhead boss Jim McInally insists it would be better for football to shut down rather than attempt to play behind closed doors.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is confident he will be able to add the players he needs before the season starts.
I had sympathy for St Mirren and their manager Jim Goodwin after their three goalies were ruled out of the game with Hibs.
Fans returned in small numbers to Scottish stadiums with 300 Aberdeen season ticket holders admitted for the game against Kilmarnock and the same number allowed for Ross County’s fixture with Celtic in Dingwall.
Leighton McIntosh is embracing the challenge of trying to become a regular for Cove Rangers.
Scotland international Kim Little believes Glasgow City’s journey to the last eight of the Champions League is “key” to the growth of the women’s game in the country.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has fears about part-time clubs being able to start the new season.
Aberdeen's game against Hamilton tomorrow is expected to be cancelled.
Scottish Premiership clubs will be able to use up to five substitutes this season.
Football fans could return to Scottish stadiums in September after latest update from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
Football fans could be allowed to return to stadiums on September 14 after the latest briefing by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Former Aberdeen keeper Derek Soutar opens up on ‘sheer panic’ felt by players when clubs are facing financial problems
Former Aberdeen goalkeeper Derek Soutar has experienced the “sheer panic” of administration and hopes more Scottish footballers don’t have to go through it as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse has hailed those taking part in a 63-mile sponsored walk to raise money for the club’s legal battle.
Scottish Premiership clubs have been given the go-ahead to start their season on August 1.
Top flight clubs will be able to reduce Covid-19 testing to once a week from Monday.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter would be willing to start pre-season training with social distancing measures in place if it means being able to start next season’s Highland League sooner.
Hearts and Partick Thistle's bid to overturn their relegations will go to a Scottish FA arbitration panel.
League One clubs have voted to start a shorter 27-game season on October 17.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes there is no longer the need to test players and staff for Covid-19 when League One and Two clubs return to action.
Hearts and Partick Thistle will continue their bid to overturn their respective relegations at the Court of Session tomorrow.
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.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes October is a realistic target for starting next season’s League One and Two campaigns.
Jim McInally wants decision-making power given to SPFL chief or executive committee as he says Scottish game ‘has let itself down’
When Jim McInally looks back over the last three months the Peterhead manager can scarcely believe what has transpired in Scottish football.
Hearts have launched a court action which if successful could see League Two champions Cove Rangers denied promotion.
Jason Brown says it needs to be safe for football to restart, but is hopeful Peterhead can be back playing in front of fans soon.