SPFL permit clubs to play French national anthem before fixtures
It will be up to the clubs themselves whether they honour those who died in the Paris attacks.
The SPFL has told its member clubs that they can honour those who died in last week's terror attacks on Paris before their fixtures this weekend.
129 people were killed by gunmen in the French capital last Friday, with a number of tributes to those who died staged throughout the sporting world in the time since.
The English Premier League confirmed on Thursday that the French national anthem will be played before every fixture this weekend, with English Football League clubs also permitted to play La Marseillaise before kick-off.
The SPFL have contacted all 42-member clubs to inform them that they will have the chance to follow suit.
However, it will be left up to the clubs themselves and the match referee as to what form such tributes take.
Partick Thistle striker Mathias Pogba was at the Stade de France to watch his brother Paul play in the international friendly against Germany when the stadium was targeted by terrorists.