Peterhead manager Jim McInally is optimistic about the lower league seasons being completed.
Rachel Corsie column: Suspension of Scottish football below men’s Championship is sensible – let’s hope adverse effects are minimal
The news was inevitable, and the decision commendable, as the SFA announced the suspension of Scottish football for all teams below the men’s Premiership and Championship.
Peterhead captain Scott Brown says lower league players have been left feeling like they’ve done something wrong after the suspension of football.
Astroturf pitches should be banned from the Scottish Premiership.
As much as he would like to continue playing Craig McKeown believes the decision to suspend football below the Championship is the correct one.
Sean Wallace column: Aberdeen face fine balancing act, as selling Scott Wright in January could cost them prize money
Aberdeen face a financial balancing act this month should Rangers bid to take Scott Wright to Ibrox during the January window.
All three north SPFL clubs who have had their season suspended will explore using the furlough scheme again.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell believes Celtic may be considering the impact of their trip to Dubai in the wake of their Covid-19 fall-out.
‘I’m totally supportive’ – Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse backs SFA decision to suspend part-time football
Cove Rangers' Keith Moorhouse says he is in full support of the Scottish FA's decision to suspend football below the Championship as Covid-19 cases surge.
Aberdeen should move in the January transfer window to land Marley Watkins on a pre-contract agreement.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston says they will be guided by the SFA and Scottish Government when it comes to continuing the season.
The Scottish Football Association will not investigate Celtic’s mid-season trip to Dubai, the PA news agency understands.
Scottish clubs breathed a collective sigh of relief when Holyrood did not shut down football amid the national lockdown.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has defended his side’s Dubai trip after Nicola Sturgeon claimed the club had questions to answer.
Nicola Sturgeon believes Celtic have questions to answer over their Dubai trip.
The Scottish Government's new Covid-19 guidance says professional sport can continue under tougher lockdown rules.
Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne has received a Scottish Football Association charge following accusations over comments he made towards Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos.
Shelley Kerr has stood down from her role as Scottish Women's National Team head coach following the side's failure to qualify for the Euros in 2022.
Scottish clubs’ signings from Europe in January to be approved by SFA appeals panel as post-Brexit system still being worked out
Scottish clubs will still be able to sign players from the European Union in the January transfer window, subject to approval from an SFA appeals panel.
Housing association bosses have backed proposals from the Scottish Government that would allow them to end the tenancies of those who commit domestic abuse.
Jim Goodwin knows all too well the dangers of concussion in football – and he has got the scar and metal plate to prove it.
Alfredo Morelos will miss the next two games after Rangers accepted a violent conduct charge.
Alfredo Morelos faces a two-game ban after Scottish Football Association compliance officer Clare Whyte decided a booking was not punishment enough for the Rangers striker after his clash with Mark Connolly.
Alfredo Morelos will discover on Tuesday if he is to face further action for his clash with Dundee United defender Mark Connolly.
Football clubs deserve a clear and immediate explanation from the Scottish Government as to why fans continue to be locked out of grounds.
The Scottish Football Association has welcomed £55million of public funds being made available to help sport in the country navigate the pandemic.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen missed a great chance but can still topple Celtic in Premiership standings
The continuation of Aberdeen’s bad run by drawing with St Mirren meant they missed another chance to heap pressure on Celtic in the Premiership standings.
Scotland have discovered their draw for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Paul Hartley has reiterated the need for Scottish football to get fans back in stadiums.
Aberdeen midfielder Ross McCrorie has returned to Cormack Park after testing positive for Covid-19 but will not return to action against St Mirren this weekend.