Supporters Direct Scotland has called on the three football bodies to get together and attempt to salvage some form of change from failed league reconstruction plans.
Proposals to radically change the game north of the border did not receive the necessary backing at a Scottish Premier League meeting on Monday when St Mirren and Ross County vetoed the plans.
On the table was a merger of the SPL and the Scottish Football League into a 12-12-18 structure, with the top two divisions splitting into three sections of eight after 22 games.
The package also included extended play-offs and money spread from the top flight to the second tier.
With both clubs indicating they were happy with some aspects of the plans, the fans group believes the idea of revamping Scottish football need not be scrapped altogether.
Paul Goodwin, head of Supporters Direct Scotland, said: “We are disappointed that the opportunity to reform the Scottish game appears to have stalled.
“Whilst the majority of fans have consistently wanted larger leagues, we believe that the appetite to bring one league body, a better voting structure, better financial distribution throughout all the leagues, more play-offs and a pyramid structure is still there to be negotiated and grasped.
“We also believe that the considerable momentum that has been created needs to be maintained.
“To that effect we would propose that the SPL, SFL and SFA employ mediators to try to find a solution that delivers the critical elements of the current plan.
“The reasons cited for the lack of progress by both dissenting clubs and many SFL clubs, too, seem to concern issues raised by their fans.
“Supporters Direct Scotland is willing to be involved in any form of negotiation and mediation process at local or national level to ensure that this essential restructuring gets back on course.
“We remain committed to working with all fans groups, within our network, to ensure that their views are represented and believe that unless a compromise is found soon then it will have a detrimental effect on the well-being of our game.”