Hearts manager Craig Levein has been handed a misconduct charge by the Scottish Football Association in relation to an under-18s Edinburgh derby.
Levein faces a hearing on April 17 following an incident at a Club Academy Scotland Elite Under-18s League game between Hearts and Hibernian earlier this month.
The charge relates to Levein’s role as Hearts director of football.
Hearts won the game 3-2 at Oriam, Scotland’s national sports performance centre which doubles as the club’s training centre.
Levein received a two-match touchline ban from the SFA in January – one game of which was suspended until the end of the year – for criticism of match officials after a defeat by Rangers.
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