THE SPFL today announced they have struck a deal with satellite broadcasters Sky Sports which will allow Premiership clubs to create a "virtual season ticket" for supporters and the 2020/21 season to resume in August. 

Sky will show up to 48 games - but clubs will be sell packages to their fans which will enable them to watch all of their home matches while social distancing measures are in place and create a new source of income. 

The SPFL and Sky have also agreed to spread the financial settlement for the games which were unable to be played in season 2019/20 across the term of the new five-year contract to provide "security and financial stability to the competition and its clubs". 
SPFL chief Executive Neil Doncaster said: “This is an innovative and pragmatic solution to the challenges posed by Covid-19 and I’m grateful for the flexibility shown by our clubs and by Sky Sports.