PARTICK THISTLE have published a statement to let fans know how they can contribute financially to the club during Scottish football's ongoing hiatus due to coronavirus.

The SFA and SPFL are still deciding what the course of action will be for the remainder of the domestic campaign, with many clubs throughout the pyramid struggling with cash flow issues due to the postponement.

Thistle have released a statement on their website, responding to queries from supporters who wish to help the club during the sport shutdown.

Fans who would like to help have four options available to them: they can contribute a one-off payment via a GoFundMe set up by supporters; they can make a donation to Thistle For Ever; they can buy a commemorative tile; or they can sign up for the club's biggest-ever Centenary Fund draw in April.

The statement read: "While we have built a solid financial base with no debt to service, the next few weeks and months bring financial uncertainty for all businesses. PTFC is no different. The Board will continue to work hard to ensure that when football restarts in Scotland, we are ready and able to do so, despite potentially a significant loss of income.

"However, we have been overwhelmed – though not surprised – by the generosity and kindness of supporters getting in touch asking in which way they might be able to financially assist the club. We thank all of you sincerely for that backing. We fully appreciate that many people will not be in a position to make a financial contribution right now – if that is you, please don’t worry, support comes in many forms so please keep backing us, engaging with us, sharing our stories and looking out for your fellow fans.

"We make no apologies for repeating everyone at the Club’s huge vote of thanks to all supporters – Thistle fans never step back from a challenge and that is being shown again right now.

"We hope this update helps offer suitable options to those fans who do wish to make a financial contribution to the club, no matter how big or small.

"Most of all, we continue to encourage you all to follow government and NHS advice and look after yourselves and one another. There is nothing more important than the wellbeing of all connected with Partick Thistle."