Playoffs among changes planned for Scottish league
Scottish football is set to introduce end-of-season playoffs as
part of a significant reconstruction of the league system that will
see all four divisions merge under the same organization.
The country currently has a Scottish Premier League and three
divisions run by the Scottish Football League, but they will come
together under proposals unanimously agreed to by Scotland’s 12
top-flight clubs on Tuesday.
The playoffs would see the team finishing 11th in the SPL play
those placing second, third and fourth in the division below.
A 12-10-10-10 league structure would remain in place while there
would be an ”all-through distribution model involving substantial
redistribution to the second tier.”
The proposals will be put to a vote this month.