Celtic has been declared Scottish champion after the country’s top soccer league was cut short because of the coronavirus outbreak.
It is Celtic’s ninth straight title.
The Scottish Professional Football League says clubs expressed a unanimous view that there is no prospect of completing the season.
The SPFL says it has accepted their decision and is now able to pay out $8.5 million in fees “to help clubs stay afloat.”
There have been no games in the Scottish Premiership since March 13 because of the pandemic. Final season placings have been determined by points per game up to that point.
Celtic had 80 points from 30 games so has 2.66 points per game. Rangers finished second with 2.31 points per game.
Hearts has been relegated.