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.
Shelley Kerr has announced her squad for Scotland's friendlies against New Zealand in March. The two friendlies will be played at the Pinatar Football Arena in Spain and will be the final warm-up games before Scotland's qualifier to Switzerland in April.
The main headline from the announcement is the first call-up
Scotland beat Albania 5-0 to go top of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying Group 2 (UEFA).
The rain was pouring down at St Mirren Park, making conditions difficult, but Scotland adapted to the conditions and played with an impressive tempo and attacking desire. The opening goal came in the
Huge spell of pressure from Scotland with Claire Emslie testing the keeper with a stinging shot. Then Jane Ross had a shot deflected over before heading wide from the corner
Zylfije Bajramaj makes a good run at the Scotland defence, but Emma Mitchell makes the crucial tackle
Shelley Kerr's first game in charge of Scotland ended in an impressive 3-0 win over Hungary in Budapest. Lana Clelland opened the scoring with a clever flicked finish, before Claire Emslie scored her first ever goal for Scotland in her third cap with a wonder strike.
Despite dominating the rest of
The latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings were announced today with Scotland dropping down one place to 22nd.
It is unsurprising that the major changes in the rankings were influenced by the recent UEFA Women's Euro 2017. Champions Netherlands move up into the top ten for the first time ever, jumping up five
Shelley Kerr has named her first ever Scotland squad for the upcoming friendly against Hungary on the 14th September.
Since the Euros, where previous Head Coach Anna Signeul stood down, three key players have retired from international duty. Gemma Fay, who won 203 caps for her country, stretching from 1998 to
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‘We’re on the road with Anna’s army, we’re going to the Netherlands. And we’re gonna shake them up when we win the Euro cup, cause Scotland are the greatest football team!’
A simple song, reincarnated from the one sang to celebrate Scotland’s last journey to a
Scotland's debut at a major international tournament ended in a disappointing 6-0 defeat to England, making the next game against Portugal a crucial must-win. Despite the heavy scoreline, there were a couple positives for Scotland to take – including how more dangerous they looked when they patiently built up play