By Emily Russell - Twitter @RainbowHeed
‘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
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
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.
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.
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It has been announced that Scotland will face another friendly in 2017 as they prepare for the UEFA Women's Euro 2017.
The game will take place is Leuven on the 11th April 2017, with a kick-off time at 8pm CET.
It now means that Scotland faces two friendlies with Denmark in January,
Channel 4 has announced that they have successfully won the exclusive free to air UK TV rights to broadcast all of Scotland's matches at the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 - as well as England's.
The broadcaster, who have the terrestrial rights for Formula One and have broadcast the Paralympics at both