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Building A Legacy From The Euros

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

Key Players For Scotland vs England

It is finally here! Well, Wednesday. Scotland vs England. The Euros. Scotland's debut at a major international tournament against their Auld Enemy. Can Scotland win? Of course, they can. I believe that Hayley Lauder is still a doubt for the England game, so I will slightly assume that she won't start.

Scotland Squad Announced For Belgium Friendly

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

“I Hope We Can Continue On That Positive Note” – Anna Signeul Ahead Of Cyprus Cup

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

SWF Announces Funding Deal For Euros

The SWF has announced that a historic funding deal that will help the Scottish players train full time ahead of the European Championships. Funding from the Scottish Government, sportscotland, through its National Lottery stream, the sponsors of the Scottish Women's Cup, SSE, and the Scottish Football Partnership will enable their

Weir Named As Scotland Player Of The Year 

Scotland and Liverpool midfielder Caroline Weir has been named as the Vauxhall Scotland Player of the Year for 2016. She was named ahead of Kim Little, Hayley Lauder, Jane Ross and Jo Love. The 21-year midfielder had a stunning debut season with Liverpool, winning their Supporters' Player of the Year as