Dates confirmed for Scottish football play-off finals as fans expected to return

Fans could be in attendance for each of Scottish football’s play-off finals as dates for the showpiece games were confirmed by the SPFL.

Fans have been locked out of Scottish football grounds this season. Picture: SNS

The Scottish Government is expected to allow crowds of up to 500 without permission when the latest relaxation of lockdown restrictions occurs on May 17.

That will coincide with the first leg of the League One play-off final with the return match taking place on May 20. League Two’s play-off final – between either Brora Rangers or Kelty Hearts and Brechin City – will be held on May 18 and May 23, while the Championship final will be May 18 and May 21. The Championship and League One finals will be broadcast live on BBC Alba.

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The Scottish Premiership final was already scheduled for May 20 and May 24. Both legs will be shown live on Sky Sports. The semi-final match-up between either Dunfermline Athletic or Raith Rovers against Dundee (May 12 and May 15) will be live on BBC Scotland.

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