Ross County Football Club has committed to putting NHS heroes first once football returns as a way of saying thanks for their efforts during the pandemic.
The Dingwall side, who retained their Premiership status last term as the season was curtailed due to coronavirus, is taking part in the the Blue Light Tickets scheme to allow first refusal to healthcare staff.
The platform has been launched by the Blue Light Card scheme which already delivers discounts to emergency service workers on events and services from dozens of organisations across the nation.
The Staggies returned to training last week in preparation for the new season which is due to begin in August, initially behind closed doors.
A spokesman for the club said: “Ross County found it only natural to get right behind the initiative given the incredible work that has been carried out by both our local and national health authorities.
“We see this as a gesture that we hope will give something back to key workers who have gone over and above the call of duty during this worrying time for everybody.
“Our overarching feeling in supporting this campaign is that we can give frontline workers and their families a sense of belonging within their local sporting communities and clubs as we move in to a new normal.”
Health workers can access the new ticket scheme at: www.bluelighttickets.co.uk