Scottish football’s governing bodies will ask for permission to start the new season in August.
Bosses from the Scottish FA and SPFL will hold a meeting with the Scottish Government on Friday to discuss football’s return.
They hope clubs can restart training on June 10 with matches resuming – probably behind closed doors – on August 1.
Professional sport will be permitted when the country enters phase two in its routemap out of coronavirus lockdown. Some fans will be allowed into stadiums when phase three begins.
The next review of the restrictions is due to take place on June 18.
The 2019/20 SPFL season has been brought to an end, with Celtic declared Premiership champions and Hearts relegated to the Championship.
However, the Tynecastle club have put forward a last-ditch attempt to revamp the league structure.
Some non-contact sports, such as golf and tennis, were able to resume on Friday morning as Scotland entered phase one of the routemap.