sport news The new rules football fans face in Scotland as crowds return this weekend

Don't throw the ball back if it lands in the stands, no using your hands on the turnstiles and standing and shouting are banned: The new rules football fans face in Scotland as crowds return this weekend... despite the crackdown on gatherings in England Aberdeen and Celtic's fixtures this weekend will be played in front of fans The Scottish Government allowed 300 home fans to be allowed in for test events There are vast number of new rules that supporters must adhere to at the game An individual must have a temperature of 37.7 or below to be allowed in Chanting, shouting and singing are forbidden to prevent risk of infection  

By Will Griffee For Mailonline

Published: 11:36 BST, 9 September 2020 | Updated: 11:36 BST, 9 September 2020

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There is an exhaustive list of new rules football fans in Scotland must abide by this weekend as crowds return. 

Aberdeen's clash with Kilmarnock and Celtic's trip to Ross County will be played in front of 300 home fans after the Scottish Government approved the two top-flight matches as pilot events. 

Fans will have to restrain their instincts to shout, cheer and sing and have been told they must remain passive observers in the stands. 

There will be 300 fans watching Celtic's trip to Ross County as one of two pilot games

There will be 300 fans watching Celtic's trip to Ross County as one of two pilot games 

The test events are going ahead despite the fact that there is a crackdown on gatherings in England with social gatherings above six people banned from September 14.  

Aberdeen published a 'Supporters Code of Conduct' document so those in attendance will know what to expect at Saturday's 3:00pm kick off. 

Fans will only be allowed into the ground if their temperature is below 37.7 and have an allocated time slot to

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