Scotland’s Caroline Weir has been listed on the shortlist for the 2017 Women’s World XI, a poll organised by FIFPro for the third time.
Weir played every minute of Scotland’s UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 campaign and scored the only goal as Scotland beat Spain in the final group game – the country’s first ever win at a major tournament.
With Scotland about to make their major international tournament debut, this is a huge moment for Scottish Women's Football. There is a political buzzword that people love to throw around at these points – legacy – but it is a valid question. How do we build upon this?
After all, if
According to the BBC, Shelley Kerr will be announced as the new Scotland Head Coach on Monday, the first Scottish Head Coach this century.
The current Head Coach, Anna Signeul, will step down from her role after the Euros - the first ever major tournament that Scotland has qualified.
Kerr will attempt
Anna Signeul has announced her squad for the friendly against Belgium on the 11th April, with the game to be played in Leuven.
Injury has impacted the choices that Signeul has been able to make with Kim Little, Rachel Corsie, Joelle Murray, Jenny Beattie, Hayley Lauder, Jo Love and Rachel McLauchlan
The main story in 2017 will undoubtedly be Scotland at the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 in the Netherlands where they will play England, Spain and Portugal in the group stage.
Scotland's preparations began with two friendlies against Denmark in Cyprus last month, and they picked up two impressive draws with their
At the announcement of funding to allow Scotland's domestic-based players to train full-time in preparation for the Euros this summer, we spoke to Anna Signeul about the Cyprus Cup.
To date, Scotland's best finish has been fourth – which they achieved in 2011 and 2014, with Scotland famously beating England in
Scotland's Head Coach Anna Signeul has received an honour from Scotland's leading anti-racism charity, Show the Racism the Red Card.
The honour acknowledges her "outstanding contribution to equality and respect", and she was inducted into the charity's Hall of Fame at a ceremony that was held at the Scottish Parliament with
Scotland’s warm-up friendlies for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 have to decide two key things: the best starting eleven, and the best system.
There is no way you can begin to suggest the ‘best eleven’ – although, your choice is unlikely to be far from the fact. But the first friendly against Denmark which ended in a 2-2 draw suggested that there is a formation that Scotland can be successful with.
Erin Cuthbert came off the bench to score the equaliser as Scotland drew 2-2 with Denmark in their Invitational Friendly in Cyprus. The recent Chelsea signing came on at half-time and changed the dynamic of the game, swinging the momentum towards Scotland – and the longer the game, the more
Featured Photo: Anna Signeul
The announcement that Scotland's Head Coach Anna Signeul will step down from her role after the Euros is perhaps not a surprise after the announcement that her contract was extended to 'after the Euros'. Signeul will take over as the Head Coach of Finland.
What is not a