Scotland national football team 1980–99 results

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This article lists the results for the Scotland national football team between 1980 and 1999.

Scotland national football team mens association football team representing Scotland

The Scotland national football team represents Scotland in international football and is controlled by the Scottish Football Association. It competes in the three major professional tournaments, the FIFA World Cup, UEFA Nations League and the UEFA European Championship. Scotland, as a constituent country of the United Kingdom, is not a member of the International Olympic Committee and therefore the national team does not compete in the Olympic Games. The majority of Scotland's home matches are played at the national stadium, Hampden Park.

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Results

Scotland's score is shown first in each case.

DateVenueOpponentsScoreCompetitionScotland scorersAtt.Ref.
26 March 1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Euro 1980 qualifying Kenny Dalglish, Andy Gray, Steve Archibald, Archie Gemmill 35,000 [1]
16 May 1980 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland British Home Championship 18,000 [1]
21 May 1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales British Home Championship Willie Miller 31,359 [1]
24 May 1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England British Home Championship 85,500 [1]
28 May 1980 Warta Stadion, Poznań (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Friendly 25,000 [1]
31 May 1980 Nepstadion, Budapest (A)Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Friendly Steve Archibald 6,600 [1]
10 September 1980 Rasunda Stadion, Solna (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden World Cup qualification Gordon Strachan 39,831 [1]
15 October 1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal World Cup qualification 60,765 [1]
25 February 1981 National Stadium, Ramat Gan (A)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel World Cup qualification Kenny Dalglish 35,000 [2]
25 March 1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland World Cup qualification John Wark 78,444 [2]
28 April 1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel World Cup qualification John Robertson (2), David Provan 61,489 [2]
16 May 1981 Vetch Field, Swansea (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales British Home Championship 18,935 [2]
19 May 1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland British Home Championship Ray Stewart, Steve Archibald 25,448 [2]
23 May 1981 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England British Home Championship John Robertson 90,000 [2]
9 September 1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden World Cup qualification Joe Jordan, John Robertson 81,511 [2]
14 October 1981 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland World Cup qualification 35,000 [2]
18 November 1981 Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (A)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal World Cup qualification Paul Sturrock 25,000 [2]
24 February 1982 Estadio Luis Casanova, Valencia (A)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Friendly 30,000 [2]
23 March 1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly Frank Gray, Kenny Dalglish 71,848 [2]
28 April 1982 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland British Home Championship John Wark 20,000 [2]
24 May 1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales British Home Championship Asa Hartford 25,284 [2]
29 May 1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England British Home Championship 80,529 [2]
15 June 1982 Estadio La Rosaleda, Málaga (N)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand World Cup Kenny Dalglish, John Wark (2), John Robertson, Steve Archibald 36,000 [2]
18 June 1982 Estadio Benito Villamarin, Seville (N)Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Brazil World Cup David Narey 47,379 [2]
22 June 1982 Estadio La Rosaleda, Málaga (N)Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union World Cup Joe Jordan, Graeme Souness 45,000 [2]
13 October 1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Euro 1984 qualifying John Wark, Paul Sturrock 40,355 [2]
17 November 1982 Wankdorf Stadion, Bern (A)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Euro 1984 qualifying 26,000 [2]
15 December 1982 Stade Heysel, Brussels (A)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Euro 1984 qualifying Kenny Dalglish (2)48,877 [2]
30 March 1983 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Euro 1984 qualifying John Wark, Charlie Nicholas 36,923 [2]
24 May 1983 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland British Home Championship 16,238 [2]
28 May 1983 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales British Home Championship Andy Gray, Alan Brazil 14,100 [2]
1 June 1983 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England British Home Championship 84,000 [2]
12 June 1983 Empire Stadium, Vancouver (A)Flag of Canada.svg  Canada Friendly Gordon Strachan, Mark McGhee 14,942 [2]
16 June 1983 Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton (A)Flag of Canada.svg  Canada Friendly Charlie Nicholas, Richard Gough, Graeme Souness 12,258 [2]
19 June 1983 Varsity Stadium, Toronto (A)Flag of Canada.svg  Canada Friendly Andy Gray (2)15,500 [2]
21 September 1983 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Friendly John Robertson, Davie Dodds 20,545 [2]
12 October 1983 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Euro 1984 qualifying Charlie Nicholas 23,475 [2]
16 November 1983 Kurt-Wabbel Stadion, Halle (A)Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Euro 1984 qualifying Eamonn Bannon 18,000 [2]
13 December 1983 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland British Home Championship 10,000 [2]
28 February 1984 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales British Home Championship Davie Cooper, Mo Johnston 21,542 [2]
26 May 1984 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England British Home Championship Mark McGhee 73,064 [2]
1 June 1984 Stade Vélodrome, Marseille (A)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly 24,641 [2]
12 September 1984 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia Friendly Davie Cooper, Graeme Souness, Kenny Dalglish, Paul Sturrock, Mo Johnston, Charlie Nicholas 18,512 [2]
17 October 1984 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland World Cup qualification Paul McStay (2), Charlie Nicholas 52,829 [2]
14 November 1984 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain World Cup qualification Mo Johnston (2), Kenny Dalglish 74,299 [2]
27 February 1985 Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville (A)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain World Cup qualification 70,410 [2]
27 March 1985 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales World Cup qualification 62,444 [2]
25 May 1985 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England Rous Cup Richard Gough 66,489 [2]
28 May 1985 Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík (A)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland World Cup qualification Jim Bett 15,000 [2]
10 September 1985 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales World Cup qualification Davie Cooper 39,500 [2]
16 October 1985 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Friendly 41,114 [2]
20 November 1985 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Australia.svg  Australia World Cup qualification Davie Cooper, Frank McAvennie 63,500 [2]
4 December 1985 Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne (A)Flag of Australia.svg  Australia World Cup qualification 32,000 [2]
28 January 1986 National Stadium, Ramat Gan (A)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel Friendly Paul McStay 7,000 [3]
26 March 1986 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania Friendly Gordon Strachan, Richard Gough, Roy Aitken 53,589 [3]
23 April 1986 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England Rous Cup Graeme Souness 68,357 [3]
29 April 1986 Philips Stadion, Eindhoven (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly 14,500 [3]
4 June 1986 Neza Stadium, Nezahualcoyotl (N)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark World Cup 18,000 [3]
8 June 1986 Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro (N)Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany World Cup Gordon Strachan 30,000 [3]
13 June 1986 Neza Stadium, Nezahualcoyotl (N)Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay World Cup 15,000 [3]
10 September 1986 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Bulgaria Euro 1988 qualifying 35,076 [3]
15 October 1986 Lansdowne Road, Dublin (A)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Euro 1988 qualifying 48,000 [3]
12 November 1986 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Euro 1988 qualifying Davie Cooper (2), Mo Johnston 35,078 [3]
18 February 1987 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Euro 1988 qualifying 45,081 [3]
1 April 1987 Stade Constant Vanden Stock, Brussels (A)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Euro 1988 qualifying Paul McStay 26,650 [3]
23 May 1987 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England Rous Cup 64,713 [3]
26 May 1987 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Brazil Rous Cup 41,384 [3]
9 September 1987 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Friendly Ally McCoist (2)21,128 [3]
14 October 1987 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Euro 1988 qualifying Ally McCoist, Paul McStay 20,052 [3]
11 November 1987 Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A)Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Bulgaria Euro 1988 qualifying Gary Mackay 49,976 [3]
2 December 1987 Stade de la Frontière, Esch-sur-Alzette (A)Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Euro 1988 qualifying 1,999 [3]
17 February 1988 King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (A)Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia Friendly Mo Johnston, John Collins 20,000 [3]
22 March 1988 National Stadium, Ta'Qali (A)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta Friendly Graeme Sharp 8,000 [3]
27 April 1988 Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid (A)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Friendly 15,000 [3]
17 May 1988 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Rous Cup 20,489 [3]
21 May 1988 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England Rous Cup 70,480 [3]
14 September 1988 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup qualification Paul McStay, Mo Johnston 22,769 [3]
19 October 1988 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia World Cup qualification Mo Johnston 42,771 [3]
22 December 1988 Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia (A)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Friendly 25,600 [3]
8 February 1989 Tsirion Stadium, Limassol (A)Flag of Cyprus (1960-2006).svg  Cyprus World Cup qualification Mo Johnston, Richard Gough (2)25,000 [3]
8 March 1989 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of France.svg  France World Cup qualification Mo Johnston (2)65,204 [3]
26 April 1989 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Cyprus (1960-2006).svg  Cyprus World Cup qualification Mo Johnston, Ally McCoist 50,081 [3]
27 May 1989 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England Rous Cup 63,282 [3]
30 May 1989 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Chile.svg  Chile Rous Cup Alan McInally, Murdo MacLeod 9,006 [3]
6 September 1989 Maksimir Stadion, Zagreb (A)Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia World Cup qualification Gordon Durie 42,500 [3]
11 October 1989 Parc des Princes, Paris (A)Flag of France.svg  France World Cup qualification 25,000 [3]
15 November 1989 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup qualification Ally McCoist 61,753 [3]
28 March 1990 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Friendly Stewart McKimmie 46,535 [3]
25 April 1990 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Friendly 21,868 [3]
16 May 1990 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt Friendly Ally McCoist 23,000 [3]
19 May 1990 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Friendly Mo Johnston 25,142 [3]
28 May 1990 National Stadium, Ta'Qali (A)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta Friendly Alan McInally (2)3,000 [3]
11 June 1990 Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa (N)Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica World Cup 30,867 [3]
16 June 1990 Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa (N)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden World Cup Stuart McCall, Mo Johnston 31,823 [3]
20 June 1990 Stadio Delle Alpi, Turin (N)Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Brazil World Cup 62,502 [3]
12 September 1990 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Euro 1992 qualifying John Robertson, Ally McCoist 12,800 [3]
17 October 1990 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Euro 1992 qualifying John Robertson, Gary McAllister 27,740 [3]
14 November 1990 Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A)Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg  Bulgaria Euro 1992 qualifying Ally McCoist 42,000 [3]
6 February 1991 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Friendly 20,763 [4]
27 March 1991 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria Euro 1992 qualifying John Collins 33,119 [4]
1 May 1991 Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino Euro 1992 qualifying Gordon Strachan, Gordon Durie 3,512 [4]
11 September 1991 Wankdorf Stadion, Bern (A)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Euro 1992 qualifying Gordon Durie, Ally McCoist 48,000 [4]
16 October 1991 Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest (A)Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Euro 1992 qualifying 30,000 [4]
13 November 1991 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino Euro 1992 qualifying Paul McStay, Richard Gough, Gordon Durie, Ally McCoist 35,170 [4]
18 February 1992 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Friendly Ally McCoist 13,650 [4]
25 March 1992 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Friendly Paul McStay 9,275 [4]
17 May 1992 Mile High Stadium, Denver (A)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly Pat Nevin 24,157 [4]
20 May 1992 Varsity Stadium, Toronto (A)Flag of Canada.svg  Canada Friendly Gary McAllister (2), Ally McCoist 10,872 [4]
3 June 1992 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly 8,776 [4]
12 June 1992 Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Euro 1992 35,720 [4]
15 June 1992 Idrottsparken, Norrköping (N)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Euro 1992 17,638 [4]
18 June 1992 Idrottsparken, Norrköping (N)Flag of the CIS.svg  CIS Euro 1992 Paul McStay, Brian McClair, Gary McAllister 14,660 [4]
9 September 1992 Wankdorf Stadion, Bern (A)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland World Cup qualification Ally McCoist 12,000 [4]
14 October 1992 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal World Cup qualification 22,583 [4]
18 November 1992 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy World Cup qualification 33,029 [4]
17 February 1993 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta World Cup qualification Ally McCoist (2), Pat Nevin 35,490 [4]
24 March 1993 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Friendly 36,400 [4]
28 April 1993 Estádio da Luz, Lisbon (A)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal World Cup qualification 28,000 [4]
19 May 1993 Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn (A)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher, John Collins, Scott Booth 5,100 [4]
2 June 1993 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia World Cup qualification Brian McClair, Pat Nevin (2)14,309 [4]
8 September 1993 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland World Cup qualification John Collins 24,000 [4]
13 October 1993 Stadio Olimpico, Rome (A)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher 61,178 [4]
17 November 1993 National Stadium, Ta'Qali (A)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta World Cup qualification Billy McKinlay, Colin Hendry 8,000 [4]
23 March 1994 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly 36,809 [4]
20 April 1994 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna (A)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Friendly John McGinlay, Billy McKinlay 35,000 [4]
27 May 1994 Galgenwaard Stadion, Utrecht (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly Duncan Shearer 17,500 [4]
7 September 1994 Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Euro 1996 qualifying Duncan Shearer, John Collins 12,845 [4]
12 October 1994 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 1996 qualifying John McGinlay, Scott Booth, John Collins (2), Billy McKinlay 20,885 [4]
16 November 1994 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Euro 1996 qualifying Scott Booth 31,254 [4]
18 December 1994 Olympiako Stadio, Athens (A)Flag of Greece.svg  Greece Euro 1996 qualifying 7,976 [4]
29 March 1995 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (A)Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Euro 1996 qualifying 13,939 [4]
26 April 1995 Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino Euro 1996 qualifying John Collins, Colin Calderwood 2,738 [4]
21 May 1995 Big Arch Stadium, Hiroshima (A)Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg  Japan Kirin Cup 24,566 [4]
24 May 1995 Toyama Park Stadium, Toyama (N)Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador Kirin Cup John Robertson, Stevie Crawford 5,669 [4]
7 June 1995 Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 1996 qualifying Billy McKinlay, John McGinlay 3,881 [4]
16 August 1995 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Greece.svg  Greece Euro 1996 qualifying Ally McCoist 34,910 [4]
6 September 1995 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Euro 1996 qualifying Scott Booth 35,018 [4]
11 October 1995 Rasunda Stadion, Solna (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Friendly 19,121 [4]
15 November 1995 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino Euro 1996 qualifying Eoin Jess, Scott Booth, Ally McCoist, Pat Nevin, Own goal 30,306 [4]
27 March 1996 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Australia.svg  Australia Friendly Ally McCoist 20,608 [5]
24 April 1996 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (A)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly 23,031 [5]
26 May 1996 Veterans Stadium, New Britain (A)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly Gordon Durie 8,526 [5]
29 May 1996 Orange Bowl, Miami (N)Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Friendly 5,000 [5]
10 June 1996 Villa Park, Birmingham (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Euro 1996 34,363 [5]
15 June 1996 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England Euro 1996 76,864 [5]
18 June 1996 Villa Park, Birmingham (N)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Euro 1996 Ally McCoist 34,926 [5]
31 August 1996 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna (A)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria World Cup qualification 29,500 [5]
5 October 1996 Stadionas Daugava, Riga (A)Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia World Cup qualification John Collins, Darren Jackson 9,500 [5]
10 November 1996 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden World Cup qualification John McGinlay 46,738 [5]
11 February 1997 Stade Louis II, Monaco (N) [note 1] Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia World Cup qualification 3,766 [5]
29 March 1997 Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (H)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia World Cup qualification Tom Boyd, Own goal 17,996 [5]
2 April 1997 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher (2)43,295 [5]
30 April 1997 Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher 40,302 [5]
27 May 1997 Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Friendly 9,013 [5]
1 June 1997 National Stadium, Ta'Qali (A)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta Friendly Christian Dailly, Darren Jackson (2)3,500 [5]
8 June 1997 Dinamo Stadium, Minsk (A)Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus World Cup qualification Gary McAllister 12,000 [5]
7 September 1997 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher (2), David Hopkin (2)20,160 [5]
11 October 1997 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher, Gordon Durie 47,613 [5]
12 November 1997 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne (A)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly Gordon Durie 19,514 [5]
25 March 1998 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly 26,468 [5]
22 April 1998 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Friendly Darren Jackson 14,315 [5]
23 May 1998 Giants Stadium, East Rutherford (N)Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Friendly John Collins, Craig Burley 56,404 [5]
30 May 1998 RFK Memorial Stadium, Washington D.C. (A)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly 46,037 [5]
10 June 1998 Stade de France, Saint-Denis (N)Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil World Cup John Collins 80,000 [5]
16 June 1998 Stade Lescure, Bordeaux (N)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup Craig Burley 30,236 [5]
23 June 1998 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne (N)Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco World Cup 33,266 [5]
5 September 1998 Žalgiris Stadium, Vilnius (A)Flag of Lithuania (1988-2004).svg  Lithuania Euro 2000 qualifying 4,500 [5]
10 October 1998 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Euro 2000 qualifying Billy Dodds (2), Own goal 16,930 [5]
14 October 1998 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 2000 qualifying Craig Burley, Billy Dodds 18,517 [5]
31 March 1999 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Euro 2000 qualifying Eoin Jess 44,513 [5]
28 April 1999 Weserstadion, Bremen (A)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Friendly Don Hutchison 27,000 [5]
5 June 1999 Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 2000 qualifying Allan Johnston 4,100 [5]
9 June 1999 Sparta Stadion, Prague (A)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Euro 2000 qualifying Paul Ritchie, Allan Johnston 21,000 [5]
4 September 1999 Olimpijski Stadion, Sarajevo (A)Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina Euro 2000 qualifying Don Hutchison, Billy Dodds 26,000 [5]
8 September 1999 Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn (A)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Euro 2000 qualifying 4,500 [5]
5 October 1999 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina Euro 2000 qualifying John Collins 30,574 [5]
9 October 1999 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Lithuania (1988-2004).svg  Lithuania Euro 2000 qualifying Don Hutchison, Gary McSwegan, Colin Cameron 22,059 [5]
13 November 1999 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England Euro 2000 qualifying 50,132 [5]
17 November 1999 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England Euro 2000 qualifying Don Hutchison 75,848 [5]

Record by opponent

OpponentPldWDLGFGAGD%W
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 110010+1100.00
Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 321030+3066.67
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 321041+3066.67
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 220051+4100.00
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 411268−2025.00
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 220031+2100.00
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 400429−7000.00
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 413032+1025.00
Flag of Canada.svg  Canada 4400101+9100.00
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 110020+2100.00
Flag of the CIS.svg  CIS 110030+3100.00
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 302123−1000.00
Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica 100101−1000.00
Flag of Cyprus (1960-2006).svg  Cyprus 220053+2100.00
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 200235−2000.00
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 300304−4000.00
Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 411233+0025.00
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador 110021+1100.00
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt 100113−2000.00
Flag of England.svg  England 13328515−10023.08
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia 6420113+8066.67
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands 4310103+7075.00
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 422052+3050.00
Flag of France.svg  France 410337−4025.00
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 310213−2033.33
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 210111+0050.00
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 210133+0050.00
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 220040+4100.00
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel 330051+4100.00
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 301215−4000.00
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 101000+0000.00
Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia 220040+4100.00
Flag of Lithuania (1988-2004).svg  Lithuania 211030+3050.00
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg 211030+3050.00
Flag of Malta.svg  Malta 5410114+7080.00
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 100103−3000.00
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 612336−3016.67
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 110052+3100.00
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 824255+0025.00
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 413043+1025.00
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 201112−1000.00
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 512258−3020.00
Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland 201101−1000.00
Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 320152+3066.67
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 202011+0000.00
Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino 4400130+13100.00
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg  Saudi Arabia 101022+0000.00
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union 201123−1000.00
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 411235−2025.00
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 640275+2066.67
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 7232911−2028.57
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 311122+0033.33
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 211020+2050.00
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 841376+1050.00
Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 100112−1000.00
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 311185+3033.33
Totals179764657213167+46042.46

British Home Championship record by season

The British Home Championship was discontinued after the 1983–84 season.

The British Home Championship was an annual football competition contested between the United Kingdom's four national teams: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Starting during the 1883–84 season, it is the oldest international football tournament and it was contested until the 1983–84 season, when it was abolished after 100 years.

YearPlacing
1979–80 4th
1980–81 Incomplete [note 2]
1981–82 2nd
1982–83 2nd
1983–84 4th

Notes

  1. The match was scheduled for 9 October 1996 in Tallinn, Estonia. Scotland trained at the Kadrioru Staadion the night before the game, but were dissatisfied by the floodlighting at the venue. After a meeting of the FIFA executive committee the following morning, the 18:45 EET kick-off time was moved to 15:00 EET. Estonia were unhappy with the logistical consequences of the switch and refused to turn up. Scotland turned up at the appointed time and kicked off without opposition, prompting the visiting Tartan Army to chant that there was only One team in Tallinn . The referee then blew his whistle to stop the game. It appeared from the rules that Scotland should have been awarded a 3-0 victory, but FIFA decided to replay the match in Monaco on 11 February 1997.
  2. The 1981 British Home Championship was not completed. Two matches that were scheduled to be played in Belfast were cancelled due to civil unrest in Northern Ireland.

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