Professional sport in Scotland will not be affected by new coronavirus restrictions, for now, reports BBC Sport.
Updated Scottish government guidance says those “involved in professional sports, for training, coaching or competing in an event” will be allowed to leave their homes.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has issued a general stay at home instruction from midnight on Monday.
Football and rugby union have been played without fans since August.
The Scottish FA has said it will liaise with the Scottish government regarding the impact on football at grassroots level.