All 93 members of the Scottish Football Association have agreed to reforms which have been hailed as the most significant changes in the 138-year history of the body.
At an annual general meeting at Hampden on Tuesday, the reforms were voted through in full. Board structure, committee structure, a new judicial panel and Articles of Association were all on the agenda.
New appointments were also confirmed with Campbell Ogilvie elected president, Alan McRae vice-president and Rod Petrie second vice-president.
"This is truly a historic day for Scottish football and I am delighted that our members share our vision for the future," SFA chief executive Stewart Regan said.
"These are the most significant changes in the 138-year history of the Scottish FA. The decisions made today will allow us change and modernise the association in line with good business practice, and press ahead with our strategic plan."