The Scottish football authorities will explore ways to get some supporters in grounds for the start of the Premiership season after a further easing of the lockdown was announced.
Former Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan claims cross-border competitions should be the focus after the game found itself in a “dreadful position” dealing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ian Maxwell is “determined” to get every level of Scottish football back in action as soon as possible after the governing body approved the return of training for Premiership clubs from June 11.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell believes the game is likely to return in August.
The Scottish Football Association has closed the book on a long-standing disciplinary case against Rangers over their 2011-12 European licence.
The Scottish Government was warned the future of football in the country is under threat during talks which confirmed a return to sporting action remains some distance away.
Scottish Football Association vice-president Mike Mulraney admits he is having to prepare for the prospect of next season being cancelled.
Scottish football’s medical chief has warned the coronavirus pandemic could exacerbate mental health problems among “at risk” players.
Football authorities in Scotland have welcomed commitments from the Scottish Government to hold talks on moving towards a resumption of sport.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice has revealed he reported himself to the Scottish Football Association for breaching betting rules after his “horrible disease” of gambling addiction returned.
Rangers have vowed to fight their disciplinary charges after claiming they are being treated more harshly than other clubs by the Scottish Football Association.
Former Manchester United defender Steve Bruce has backed moves by the Scottish Football Association to ban players under 12 years old from heading the ball in training.
The leader of the study looking at the risk of dementia among footballers says the funding from the Football Association and Professional Footballers’ Association to date has not covered the cost of the research, and is “a drop in the ocean” compared to what will be needed to get a deeper understanding of the issue.
Heading in football should be reduced in the professional game, not just in the under-12s, according to the leader of an influential study which found an increased risk of brain disease among footballers.
The Scottish Football Association is said to be set to announce a ban for Under-12s from heading the ball during training because of the links between football and dementia.
The Scottish Football Association’s move towards a ban on heading in the under-12s game are a “positive step” according to campaigner Dawn Astle, who hopes other governing bodies follow its lead.
Children could be banned from heading the ball in Scotland because of links between football and dementia.
Kenny McLean has told Scottish football to be wary of VAR as calls grow for it to be introduced in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Hibernian boss Paul Heckingbottom has been issued with a notice of complaint by the Scottish Football Association following his red card against Celtic.
Celtic say they would be “astonished” if Tom Boyd’s commentary sparks a Scottish Football Association disciplinary charge.