The playing of organised football in Scotland remains suspended indefinitely.
An update from the joint response group of the SPFL and Scottish FA on Monday has reiterated that all league fixtures will be postponed until any order from government and/or further direction from the Scottish FA can be provided.
Matches and training sessions at all levels of our clubs are now suspended.
The decision has been made in the interest of public health in the wake of the ongoing spread of the coronavirus, in line with the advice of the UK Medical Officer.
The joint response group say the decision protects the general public and all involved in putting on football matches, as well as reducing the burden on the emergency services.
Further updates on when football can resume will be given as soon as possible.
Our club offices in the Chapman Building will remain open from 10am to 3pm every day. We would ask fans not to visit in person if it can be avoided, and to use online services, contact the club by email or call 01968 333333.
How can you help?
We’ve received countless offers of support from supporters and the wider community, with many of you asking if there’s anything you can do to help.
Our club is owned by its supporters. The Well Society is a member organisation where you can pledge a monthly ongoing amount of your choice, from which the club benefits. You can also make one-off donations should you wish.
To do so, head to our Well Society sign-up and pledge page. To find out more about how the Well Society works, you can read all about it here.
Our plan is to have season tickets for the 2020/21 campaign on sales in early April. Fans who are able to buy early will be a huge help to the club.
We thank everyone who has been in touch. We will provide greater clarity on what will happen next as soon as we possibly can.