The Scottish authorities has had “early conversations” about test events with fans in stadia, says nationwide medical director Jason Leitch.
But he added there’s “just about no probability” of getting supporters again for the beginning of the soccer season.
Scottish Rugby has held talks with the federal government about Murrayfield getting used as a test venue, and reviews say Celtic have additionally completed so.
“We’ve had early conversations with a few stadia,” Prof Leitch mentioned.
“Running by the processes, about how you’d separate fans, the place you’d put the alcohol gel, how you’d handle the membership bubble and other people. So it isn’t a full-scale crowds are again – even bodily distanced.”
The Scottish Premiership is scheduled to begin on 1 August, with rugby’s Professional14 to comply with three weeks later.
Scottish Rugby desires round 1000 fans to be allowed into Murrayfield as a test for the opening weekend when Glasgow Warriors play Edinburgh, and the federal government is contemplating their proposal.
In soccer, Premiership golf equipment have agreed a streaming deal to permit them to indicate video games to season tickets holders till supporters are allowed to return.
But some golf equipment had been hopeful of getting some spectators in when the marketing campaign begins.
“I believe we’re saying just about no probability of crowds in August,” Prof Leitch added.
“I’m as eager as all people to get again to these crowds, however we have to do it behind closed doorways first for positive.
“I can not think about physically-distanced crowds in August or September. I is likely to be flawed and with a good wind we would get there. I believe we would run some test events throughout that two month interval. It is likely to be an enormous match however a small test occasion crowd.
“Then pondering about into the autumn and winter I might hope if issues stay good then we would have the ability to get again to physically-distanced crowds.”