The Scottish Professional Football League has revealed the names of the divisions within the new organisation after the summer re-organisation.
The new merged set-up was created last month following an almagamation of the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish Football League.
The top flight will be known as the Scottish Premiership, followed by the Scottish Championship, Scottish League 1 and Scottish League 2 - with play-offs between the top two divisions.
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster told Sky Sports News: "A mountain of work has been done over the summer to get to this point and I believe there is much more that can be done.
"The new branding sets a new identity for the future of Scottish professional league football. The new league set-up reflects the recommendations Henry McLeish made in his report for the future of Scottish football."
The merged league body will have jurisdiction over the League Cup and the Ramsdens Cup as well as the four senior divisions.
Sky Sports will show 30 live Scottish football matches a season, including five live Rangers fixtures from the Scottish Football League, as part of a deal which will last for at least the next four seasons.
For Scottish football fans, the Sky Sports schedule includes SPL and SFL and all of Scotland's home internationals plus coverage for viewers with Sky across TV, online, mobile and tablet devices through Sky Go.
Viewers will also be able to see highlights plus extensive news, views and analysis across Sky Sports News HD and skysports.com.