League Two club Cowdenbeath say they cannot sell season tickets for next season at this time, because they aren’t sure what league they’ll be playing their football in next season.
The club are currently fourth in Scotland’s third tier and stood to gain possible promotion to League One.
The Miners have accrued 41 points from 27 matches, and sit one place and one point above Queen’s Park in the play-off places.
It is currently unclear whether the 2019/20 season will get back up and running again later this year, or be voided amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
The now-global disease is slowly grinding everything to a halt, and there is huge uncertainty for a lot of small businesses and football clubs.
Speaking to BBC Scotland, the club’s Finance director David Allan said: “If the leagues end up as they stand right now, and I don’t think they will be able to continue, then we should receive our final placing payment from the SPFL as long as sponsorship and TV revenues are received in the normal way,” Allan said.
“March, April, May and June are financially the worst throughout the year for us. Given the government advice, I don’t think it’s likely any football will be played during these months but we still have wages to pay to players up to the 10th of June.”
It was announced by the SFA on Wednesday that member clubs are to receive early payments via club academy and club licensing totalling around £1.5 million, in a bid to provide a bit of support during an extremely tough time.