Scotland will have five teams in European football competition from 2021 after UEFA confirmed details of their revamped competitions.
Two Scottish sides will be in the Champions League qualifiers. The Premiership title winners will enter from the third qualifying round with the runners-up entering a round earlier.
There will be only one Scottish representative in the Europa League with the Scottish Cup winners entering in the third qualifying round of the second-tier tournament.
A newly created UEFA Europa Conference League will launch in the same season with two Scottish sides taking part. The second qualifying round slots will be awarded to the sides that finish third and fourth in the Premiership.