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
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
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 FA WSL 1 side, Bristol City, announce that two more Scottish internationals, Chloe Arthur and Claire Emslie, have signed new contracts for the upcoming Spring Series. They join Scottish full-back Frankie Brown in committing to the English club.
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
The Scottish squad has been named by Anna Signeul for the upcoming fixtures against Denmark which will be played in Cyprus in January.
It will be the first of at least six matches scheduled as Scotland prepare for their debut tournament at the Euros this July.
The games will be played on