List of Scotland women's international footballers

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The Scotland women's national football team represents Scotland in international women's football competitions. Since 1998, the team has been governed by the Scottish Football Association (SFA). Scotland qualified in the FIFA Women's World Cup for the first time in 2019, and qualified for their first UEFA Women's Euro in 2017.

The Scotland women's national football team represents Scotland in international women's football competitions. Since 1998, the team has been governed by the Scottish Football Association (SFA). Scotland qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup for the first time in 2019, and qualified for their first UEFA Women's Euro in 2017. As of July 2019, the team was 22nd in the FIFA Women's World Rankings.

Womens association football association football when played by women

Women's association football, usually known as women's football or women's soccer, is the most prominent team sport played by women around the globe. It is played at the professional level in numerous countries throughout the world and 176 national teams participate internationally.

Scottish Football Association governing body of association football in Scotland

The Scottish Football Association is the governing body of football in Scotland and has the ultimate responsibility for the control and development of football in Scotland. Members of the SFA include clubs in Scotland, affiliated national associations as well as local associations. It was formed in 1873, making it the second oldest national football association in the world. It is not to be confused with the Scottish Football Union, which is the name that the SRU was known by until the 1920s.

Contents

This list includes all players who have made at least one appearance for the national team. In July 2017, the SFA launched the Women's International Roll of Honour, which recognises players who have won 100 or more caps for the national team. [1] The women's roll of honour initially included 12 players. [1]

The Scottish FA Women's International Roll of Honour is a list established by the Scottish Football Association recognising women players who have gained 100 or more international caps for Scotland. The roll of honour was launched in 2017, when 12 players had already achieved the distinction. Since then, Rachel Corsie (2018) and Hayley Lauder (2019) have also passed the 100-appearance milestone.

List of players

Key
*Still active for the national team
Caps Appearances
WCAppearances at FIFA Women's World Cups
ECAppearances at UEFA Women's Championships
PosPositions
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Forward
As of 21:21, 30 August 2019 (UTC)
PlayerRefPosCapsGoalsFirst capLast capWCECNotes
Gemma Fay [2] GK203019982017 2017
Joanne Love * [3] MF1911320022019 2019 2017
Pauline Hamill [4] FW1412919922010
Kim Little * [5] MF1375920072019 2019 Played for Great Britain in the 2012 Olympics.
Leanne Ross [6] MF133920062017 2017
Megan Sneddon [7] MF130420022014
Jane Ross * [8] FW1295920092019 2019 2017
Jennifer Beattie * [9] DF1282320082019 2019
Ifeoma Dieke [10] DF123020042017 2017 Played for Great Britain in the 2012 Olympics.
Julie Fleeting [11] FW12111619962015
Rhonda Jones [12] DF117419982013
Rachel Corsie * [13] DF1131620092019 2019 2017
Suzanne Grant [14] FW1041220002013
Hayley Lauder * [15] MF101920102019 2019 2017
Nicky Grant [16] MF98719932006
Frankie Brown * [17] DF96020082019 2017
Michelle Barr [16] [18] DF8711996
Lisa Evans * [19] FW821720112019 2019 2017
Julie Smith [16] DF7301998
Stacey Cook [16] [20] MF671020002008
Caroline Weir * [21] MF67920132019 2019 2017
Leanne Crichton * [22] MF65320062019 2019 2017
Pauline MacDonald DF65019922003
Christie Murray * [23] MF62420102019 2019 2017
Shelley Kerr [24] DF59319892008National team manager 2017present
Kirsty McBride [25] MF59220032010
Emma Mitchell * [26] DF59720112018
Amanda Burns [16] [27] FW55220012008
Linda Brown [16] FW48201983
Joelle Murray * [28] MF48120072019 2019 2017
Debbie McWhinnie [16] FW45102002
Emma Fernon [29] DF42120092014
Fiona Brown * [30] FW39220152019 2019 2017
Mhairi Gilmour [16] MF3921996
Kirsty Smith * [31] DF39020142019 2019 2017
Julie Ferguson [32] DF35020032009
Donna James [16] FW3552000
Erin Cuthbert * [33] MF331120162019 2019 2017
Suzanne Mulvey [16] [34] FW32420032014
Rachael Small [35] DF31020102018
Shannon Lynn * [36] GK30020102019 2019 2017
Amy McDonald [37] DF30020042009
Lizzie Arnot * [38] FW29220152019 2019
Lana Clelland * [39] FW26420122019 2019 2017
Sheila Begbie [40] DF2501972
Claire Emslie * [41] FW25520132019 2019
Claire Johnstone [16] [42] GK22019992007
Lee Alexander * [43] GK21020172019 2019 2017
Nicola Docherty * [44] DF21020112019 2019
Chloe Arthur * [45] MF20020152019 2019 2017
Eilish McSorley [46] DF20020122015
Sophie Howard * [47] DF16120172019 2019 2017
Julia Ralph Scott [16] MF1432000
Hollie Thomson [16] [48] MF12120062009
Diana Barry [49] DF11020092011
Suzanne Lappin [50] MF11320072014
Suzanne Robertson [16] DF1102001
Natalie Ross [51] DF11020082009
Zoe Ness * [52] FW9120182019
Jayne Sommerville [16] [53] DF9020052007
Alana Bruce [16] FW822000
Denise Brolly [16] [54] MF7020062007
Rachel McLauchlan * [55] DF7020162018 2017
Vaila Barsley [56] DF602017 2017
Pamela Liddell [16] [57] FW502005
Emily Thomson [58] FW5120122013
Sarah Crilly [59] MF4220122013
Jenna Fife * [60] GK4020182019 2019
Alana Marshall [61] MF402011
Jane McFarlane [16] FW402013
Heather Richards [62] DF4020142015
Hayley Cunningham [63] FW302008
Rebecca Dempster [64] FW3020112012
Lucy Graham * [65] DF3020172019
Abbi Grant * [66] FW3020182019
Abi Harrison * [67] FW3020182019
Joanna Hutcheson [68] GK3020082009
Marlene Pearson [16] FW302003
Megan Cunningham [69] GK202015
Siobhan Hunter [70] DF202013
Edna Neillis FW19721975
Karen Penglase DF1999
Rose Reilly FW1972Also played for Italy. [71]

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