Scotland national football team 2000–19 results

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This article lists the results for the Scotland national football team from 2000 to the present day.

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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For earlier results, see the following articles:

Scotland national football team 1872–1914 results

The Scotland national football team represents Scotland in international association football and is controlled by the Scottish Football Association. It is the joint-oldest national football team in the world, alongside England, Scotland's opponents in what is now recognised as the world's first international football match, which took place at Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow in November 1872. Prior to this, a series of matches had been played between teams representing the two countries, but the Scottish team was drawn almost entirely from players based in and around London and these games are now not regarded as full international matches. The lack of involvement by players from Scottish clubs in these matches led to some controversy, which was resolved when The Football Association arranged to send a team to play in Glasgow, where the English players took on a Scotland team composed entirely of players from the Queen's Park club.

Key

Results

Scotland's score is shown first in each case.

DateVenueOpponentsScoreCompetitionScotland scorersAtt.Ref.
29 March 2000 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly 48,157 [1]
26 April 2000 Gelredome, Arnhem (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly 25,000 [1]
30 May 2000 Lansdowne Road, Dublin (A)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Friendly Don Hutchison, Barry Ferguson 30,213 [1]
2 September 2000 Stadionas Skonto, Riga (A)Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia World Cup qualification Neil McCann 9,200 [1]
7 October 2000 Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino World Cup qualification Matt Elliott, Don Hutchison 4,377 [1]
11 October 2000 Maksimir Stadion, Zagreb (A)Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia World Cup qualification Kevin Gallacher 17,995 [1]
15 November 2000 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Friendly 30,985 [1]
24 March 2001 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium World Cup qualification Billy Dodds (2)37,480 [1]
28 March 2001 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino World Cup qualification Colin Hendry (2), Billy Dodds, Colin Cameron 27,313 [1]
25 April 2001 Stadion WKS Zawisza, Bydgoszcz (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Friendly Scott Booth 18,000 [1]
1 September 2001 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia World Cup qualification 47,384 [1]
5 September 2001 Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels (A)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium World Cup qualification 48,500 [1]
6 October 2001 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia World Cup qualification Dougie Freedman, David Weir 23,228 [1]
27 March 2002 Stade de France, Saint-Denis (A)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly 76,961 [2]
17 April 2002 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Friendly Christian Dailly 20,465 [2]
16 May 2002 Asiad Main Stadium, Busan (A)Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea Friendly Scott Dobie 52,384 [2]
20 May 2002 Mong Kok Stadium, Hong Kong (N)Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa HKSAR Reunification Cup 3,007 [2]
23 May 2002 Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (A) Hong Kong League XI HKSAR Reunification Cup [note 1] Kevin Kyle, Steven Thompson, Christian Dailly, Scot Gemmill 8,000 [2]
21 August 2002 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly 28,766 [2]
7 September 2002 Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 2004 qualifying Paul Lambert, Barry Ferguson 4,200 [2]
12 October 2002 Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík (A)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Euro 2004 qualifying Christian Dailly, Gary Naysmith 7,056 [2]
15 October 2002 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Friendly Stevie Crawford (2), Steven Thompson 16,207 [2]
20 November 2002 Estadio Primeiro de Maio, Braga (A)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Friendly 8,000 [2]
12 February 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Friendly 33,337 [2]
29 March 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Euro 2004 qualifying Kenny Miller, Lee Wilkie 37,938 [2]
2 April 2003 Darius and Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas (A)Flag of Lithuania (1988-2004).svg  Lithuania Euro 2004 qualifying 6,400 [2]
30 April 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Friendly 12,189 [2]
27 May 2003 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Friendly Stevie Crawford 10,016 [2]
7 June 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Euro 2004 qualifying Kenny Miller 48,047 [2]
20 August 2003 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly 12,858 [2]
6 September 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 2004 qualifying Neil McCann, Paul Dickov, James McFadden 40,901 [2]
10 September 2003 Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (A)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Euro 2004 qualifying Neil McCann 67,000 [2]
11 October 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Lithuania (1988-2004).svg  Lithuania Euro 2004 qualifying Darren Fletcher 50,343 [2]
15 November 2003 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Euro 2004 qualifying James McFadden 50,670 [2]
19 November 2003 Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Euro 2004 qualifying 51,000 [2]
18 February 2004 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Friendly 47,124 [2]
31 March 2004 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Friendly James McFadden 20,433 [2]
28 April 2004 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (A)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly 22,885 [2]
27 May 2004 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn (A)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Friendly James McFadden 4,000 [2]
30 May 2004 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago Friendly Darren Fletcher, Gary Holt, Gary Caldwell, Nigel Quashie 16,187 [2]
18 August 2004 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Friendly 15,933 [2]
3 September 2004 Estadio Ciutat de Valencia, Valencia (A)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Friendly [note 2] James McFadden [note 3] 15,000 [2]
8 September 2004 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia World Cup qualification 38,279 [2]
9 October 2004 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup qualification 48,882 [2]
13 October 2004 Stadionul Republican, Chişinău (A)Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova World Cup qualification Steven Thompson 7,000 [2]
17 November 2004 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Friendly James McFadden 15,071 [2]
26 March 2005 San Siro, Milan (A)Flag of Italy (2003-2006).svg  Italy World Cup qualification 40,745 [2]
4 June 2005 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova World Cup qualification Christian Dailly, James McFadden 45,317 [2]
8 June 2005 Dynama Stadium, Minsk (A)Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus World Cup qualification 28,287 [2]
17 August 2005 Arnold Schwarzenegger Stadion, Graz (A)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Friendly Kenny Miller, Garry O’Connor 13,800 [2]
3 September 2005 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Italy (2003-2006).svg  Italy World Cup qualification Kenny Miller 50,185 [2]
7 September 2005 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup qualification Kenny Miller (2)24,904 [2]
8 October 2005 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg  Belarus World Cup qualification 51,105 [2]
12 October 2005 Arena Petrol, Celje (A)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia World Cup qualification Darren Fletcher, James McFadden, Paul Hartley 9,100 [2]
12 November 2005 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly Andy Webster 26,708 [2]
1 March 2006 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Friendly Kenny Miller 20,952 [3]
11 May 2006 Kobe Wing Stadium, Kobe (N)Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria Kirin Cup Kris Boyd (2), James McFadden, Chris Burke (2)5,780 [3]
13 May 2006 Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama (A)Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Kirin Cup 58,648 [3]
2 September 2006 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 2008 qualifying Darren Fletcher, James McFadden, Kris Boyd (2), Kenny Miller, Garry O'Connor 50,059 [3]
6 September 2006 Darius and Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas (A)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Euro 2008 qualifying Christian Dailly, Kenny Miller 7,500 [3]
7 October 2006 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of France.svg  France Euro 2008 qualifying Gary Caldwell 50,456 [3]
11 October 2006 Olympic Stadium, Kyiv (A)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Euro 2008 qualifying 55,000 [3]
24 March 2007 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia Euro 2008 qualifying Kris Boyd, Craig Beattie 50,850 [3]
28 March 2007 Stadio San Nicola, Bari (A)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Euro 2008 qualifying 37,500 [3]
30 May 2007 Gerhard Hanappi Stadium, Vienna (A)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Friendly Garry O'Connor 13,200 [3]
6 June 2007 Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Euro 2008 qualifying Shaun Maloney, Garry O'Connor 4,600 [3]
22 August 2007 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Friendly Kris Boyd 13,723 [3]
8 September 2007 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Euro 2008 qualifying Kris Boyd, Stephen McManus, James McFadden 51,349 [3]
12 September 2007 Parc des Princes, Paris (A)Flag of France.svg  France Euro 2008 qualifying James McFadden 43,342 [3]
13 October 2007 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Euro 2008 qualifying Kenny Miller, Lee McCulloch, James McFadden 51,366 [3]
17 October 2007 Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi (A)Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia Euro 2008 qualifying 29,377 [3]
17 November 2007 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Euro 2008 qualifying Barry Ferguson 51,301 [3]
26 March 2008 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Friendly Kenny Miller 28,821 [3]
30 May 2008 AXA Arena, Prague (A)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Friendly David Clarkson 11,314 [3]
20 August 2008 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Friendly 28,072 [3]
6 September 2008 Skopje City Stadium, Skopje (A)Flag of North Macedonia.svg  Macedonia World Cup qualification 9,000 [3]
10 September 2008 Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík (A)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland World Cup qualification Kirk Broadfoot, James McFadden 9,767 [3]
11 October 2008 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup qualification 50,205 [3]
19 November 2008 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Friendly 32,492 [3]
28 March 2009 Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands World Cup qualification 49,552 [3]
1 April 2009 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland World Cup qualification Ross McCormack, Steven Fletcher 42,259 [3]
12 August 2009 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway World Cup qualification 24,493 [3]
5 September 2009 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of North Macedonia.svg  Macedonia World Cup qualification Scott Brown, James McFadden 50,214 [3]
9 September 2009 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands World Cup qualification 51,230 [3]
10 October 2009 Nissan Stadium, Yokohama (A)Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Friendly 61,285 [3]
14 November 2009 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Friendly 13,844 [3]
3 March 2010 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Friendly Scott Brown 26,530 [3]
11 August 2010 Rasunda Stadion, Solna (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Friendly 25,249 [3]
3 September 2010 Darius and Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas (A)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Euro 2012 qualifying 6,539 [3]
7 September 2010 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein Euro 2012 qualifying Kenny Miller, Stephen McManus 37,050 [3]
8 October 2010 Synot Tip Arena, Prague (A)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Euro 2012 qualifying 16,800 [3]
12 October 2010 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Euro 2012 qualifying Steven Naismith, Own goal 51,322 [3]
16 November 2010 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands Friendly Danny Wilson, Kris Commons, Jamie Mackie 10,873 [3]
9 February 2011 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (N)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Nations Cup Kenny Miller, James McArthur, Kris Commons 18,742 [4]
27 March 2011 Emirates Stadium, London (N)Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Friendly 53,087 [4]
25 May 2011 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (N)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Nations Cup James Morrison, Kenny Miller, Christophe Berra 3,951 [4]
29 May 2011 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Nations Cup 17,694 [4]
10 August 2011 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly Own goal, Robert Snodgrass 17,582 [4]
3 September 2011 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Euro 2012 qualifying Kenny Miller, Darren Fletcher 51,457 [4]
6 September 2011 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Euro 2012 qualifying Steven Naismith 34,071 [4]
8 October 2011 Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz (A)Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein Euro 2012 qualifying Craig Mackail-Smith 5,636 [4]
11 October 2011 Estadio José Rico Pérez, Alicante (A)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Euro 2012 qualifying David Goodwillie 24,896 [4]
11 November 2011 Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, Larnaca (A)Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus Friendly Kenny Miller, Jamie Mackie 1,360 [4]
29 February 2012 Bonifika Stadium, Koper (A)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Friendly Christophe Berra 3,983 [5]
26 May 2012 EverBank Field, Jacksonville (A)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly Own goal 44,438 [5]
15 August 2012 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Friendly Jordan Rhodes, Own goal, Ross McCormack 11,110 [5]
8 September 2012 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia World Cup qualification 47,369 [5]
11 September 2012 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of North Macedonia.svg  Macedonia World Cup qualification Kenny Miller 32,430 [5]
12 October 2012 Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales World Cup qualification James Morrison 23,249 [5]
16 October 2012 Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels (A)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium World Cup qualification 44,132 [5]
14 November 2012 Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg (A)Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Friendly Jordan Rhodes (2)2,521 [5]
6 February 2013 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Friendly Charlie Mulgrew 16,202 [6]
22 March 2013 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales World Cup qualification Grant Hanley 39,365 [6]
26 March 2013 Karadorde Stadium, Novi Sad (A)Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia World Cup qualification 6,500 [6]
7 June 2013 Maksimir Stadion, Zagreb (A)Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia World Cup qualification Robert Snodgrass 25,016 [6]
13 August 2013 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England Friendly James Morrison, Kenny Miller 80,485 [6]
6 September 2013 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium World Cup qualification 40,284 [6]
10 September 2013 Philip II Arena, Skopje (A)Flag of North Macedonia.svg  Macedonia World Cup qualification Ikechi Anya, Shaun Maloney 14,093 [6]
15 October 2013 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia World Cup qualification Robert Snodgrass, Steven Naismith 30,172 [6]
15 November 2013 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly 21,079 [6]
19 November 2013 Aker Stadion, Molde (A)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly Scott Brown 9,751 [6]
5 March 2014 National Stadium, Warsaw (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Friendly Scott Brown 41,652 [7]
28 May 2014 Craven Cottage, London (N)Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Friendly Charlie Mulgrew, Own goal 20,156 [7]
7 September 2014 Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (A)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Euro 2016 qualifying Ikechi Anya 60,209 [7]
11 October 2014 Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia Euro 2016 qualifying Own goal 34,719 [7]
14 October 2014 National Stadium, Warsaw (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Euro 2016 qualifying Shaun Maloney, Steven Naismith 55,197 [7]
14 November 2014 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Euro 2016 qualifying Shaun Maloney 59,239 [7]
18 November 2014 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England Friendly Andrew Robertson 49,526 [7]
25 March 2015 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Friendly Christophe Berra 20,117 [8]
29 March 2015 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar Euro 2016 qualifying Steven Fletcher (3), Shaun Maloney (2), Steven Naismith 34,255 [8]
5 June 2015 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar Friendly Matt Ritchie 14,270 [8]
13 June 2015 Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Euro 2016 qualifying Own goal 49,063 [8]
4 September 2015 Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi (A)Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia Euro 2016 qualifying 22,886 [8]
7 September 2015 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Euro 2016 qualifying Own goal, James McArthur 50,753 [8]
8 October 2015 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Euro 2016 qualifying Matt Ritchie, Steven Fletcher 49,359 [8]
11 October 2015 Estádio Algarve, Faro (A)Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar Euro 2016 qualifying Steven Fletcher (3), Shaun Maloney, Steven Naismith, Chris Martin 12,401 [8]
24 March 2016 AXA Arena, Prague (A)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Friendly Ikechi Anya 14,580 [9]
29 March 2016 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly Matt Ritchie 18,385 [9]
29 May 2016 Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali (N)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Friendly 8,000 [9]
4 June 2016 Stade Saint-Symphorien, Metz (A)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly 25,057 [9]
4 September 2016 Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali (A)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta World Cup qualification Robert Snodgrass (3), Chris Martin, Steven Fletcher 15,069 [9]
8 October 2016 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania World Cup qualification James McArthur 35,966 [9]
11 October 2016 Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava (A)Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia World Cup qualification 11,098 [9]
11 November 2016 Wembley Stadium, London (A)Flag of England.svg  England World Cup qualification 87,258 [9]
22 March 2017 Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Friendly Steven Naismith 9,158 [10]
26 March 2017 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia World Cup qualification Chris Martin 20,435 [10]
10 June 2017 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of England.svg  England World Cup qualification Leigh Griffiths (2)48,520 [10]
1 September 2017 LFF Stadium, Vilnius (A)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania World Cup qualification Stuart Armstrong, Andrew Robertson, James McArthur 5,067 [10]
4 September 2017 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Malta.svg  Malta World Cup qualification Christophe Berra, Leigh Griffiths 26,371 [10]
5 October 2017 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia World Cup qualification Own goal 46,733 [10]
8 October 2017 Stožice Stadium, Ljubljana (A)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia World Cup qualification Leigh Griffiths, Robert Snodgrass 11,123 [10]
9 November 2017 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly 17,883 [10]
23 March 2018 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica Friendly 20,488 [11]
27 March 2018 Groupama Arena, Budapest (A)Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Friendly Matt Phillips 8,942 [11]
29 May 2018 Estadio Nacional, Lima (A)Flag of Peru (state).svg  Peru Friendly 40,000 [11]
2 June 2018 Estadio Azteca, Mexico City (A)Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico Friendly 70,993 [11]
7 September 2018 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Friendly 20,196 [11]
10 September 2018 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Albania.svg  Albania UEFA Nations League C Own goal, Steven Naismith 17,455 [11]
11 October 2018 Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa (A)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel UEFA Nations League C Charlie Mulgrew 10,234 [11]
14 October 2018 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Friendly Steven Naismith 19,684 [11]
17 November 2018 Loro Boriçi Stadium, Shkodër (A)Flag of Albania.svg  Albania UEFA Nations League C Ryan Fraser, Steven Fletcher, James Forrest (2)8,632 [11]
20 November 2018 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel UEFA Nations League C James Forrest (3)21,281 [11]
21 March 2019 Astana Arena, Astana (A)Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Euro 2020 qualifying
24 March 2019 Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)Flag of San Marino (before 2011).svg  San Marino Euro 2020 qualifying Kenny McLean, Johnny Russell

Record by opponent

OpponentPldWDLGFGAGD%W
Flag of Albania.svg  Albania 220060+6100.00
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 100101−1000.00
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 210133+0050.00
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 311134−1033.33
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 201101−1000.00
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 5014212−10000.00
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 100102−2000.00
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 110051+4100.00
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 211042+2050.00
Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica 100101−1000.00
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 523052+3040.00
Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus 110021+1100.00
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 521256−1040.00
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 420233+0050.00
Flag of England.svg  England 4013511−6000.00
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia 220020+2100.00
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands 5410163+13080.00
Flag of France.svg  France 5203210−8040.00
Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia 420234−1050.00
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 401358−3000.00
Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar 2200121+11100.00
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 210113−2050.00
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 440083+5100.00
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel 210144+0050.00
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 501428−6000.00
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 201102−2000.00
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan 100103−3000.00
Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia 220031+2100.00
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein 220031+2100.00
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania 8521114+7062.50
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg 110021+1100.00
Flag of North Macedonia.svg  Macedonia 421153+2050.00
Flag of Malta.svg  Malta 220071+6100.00
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 100101−1000.00
Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova 211031+2050.00
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 6114111−10016.67
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 101011+0000.00
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria 201134−1000.00
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 321040+4066.67
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 622236−3033.33
Flag of Peru (state).svg  Peru 100102−2000.00
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 413065+1025.00
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 200215−4000.00
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar 110010+1100.00
Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland 521245−1040.00
Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 100112−1000.00
Flag of San Marino.svg  San Marino 330080+8100.00
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 201102−2000.00
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia 210113−2050.00
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 523073+4040.00
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 210112−1050.00
Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 100114−3000.00
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 301247−3000.00
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 200217−6000.00
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 100113−2000.00
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago 110041+3100.00
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 210133+0050.00
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 302126−4000.00
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 5104512−7020.00
Totals163653464195206−11039.88

Statistics include official FIFA recognised matches only. The Scottish Football Association includes a match against a Hong Kong League XI played on 23 May 2002 in its statistical totals. [12] [13]

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.

Hong Kong League XI

The Hong Kong League XI, also known as the Hong Kong XI or Hong Kong League Selection, is a football team which represents the Hong Kong First Division League in exhibition matches, mainly the Lunar New Year Cup.

Upcoming fixtures

10 October 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Russia  Flag of Russia.svgvFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
16 November 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Cyprus  Flag of Cyprus.svgvFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland

Notes

  1. Caps were awarded by the Scottish Football Association , but the match was not recognised by FIFA as an official international.
  2. The match was abandoned after 59 minutes due to floodlight failure and torrential rain, but it was recognised by FIFA as an official international and caps were awarded by the Scottish Football Association.
  3. The Scottish Football Association credited the Scotland goal to James McFadden, but other sources reported that the goal was an own goal. (BBC Sport)

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Frederikus Johannes (Eric) Braamhaar is a Dutch football referee. Braamhaar is known to have served as a FIFA referee during the period from 2003 to 2011. He officiated at the 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship and 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship, as well as qualifying matches for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.

Dawson Walker was manager of the Scotland national football team in 1958. Walker was left in charge of the players due to the Munich air disaster, in which official manager Matt Busby was seriously injured.

This page details Scotland national football team records and statistics; the most capped players, the players with the most goals, and Scotland's match record by opponent and decade.

This article lists the results for the Scotland national football team between 1940 and 1959. Scotland did not play any official matches between 1940 and 1945 because competitive football was suspended for the duration of the Second World War. Several unofficial internationals, some known as Victory Internationals, were played during this time.

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

Lars "Laban" Arnesson was the coach of the Sweden national football team from 1980 to 1986.

This article lists the results for the Scotland national football team between 1960 and 1979.

Scotland national football team 1920–39 results

The Scotland national football team represents Scotland in international association football and is controlled by the Scottish Football Association. It is the joint-oldest national football team in the world, alongside England, Scotland's opponents in what is now recognised as the world's first international football match, which took place at Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow in November 1872.

Jørgen Wagner Hansen was a Danish footballer who competed in the 1952 Summer Olympics.

Darko Čeferin is a retired Slovenian international football referee, who was active internationally starting in 2000. As of 2013, however, he is no longer included on the FIFA list for Slovenia.

This is a progressive list of association footballers who have held or co-held the record for international caps for the Scotland national football team. The record is held by Kenny Dalglish with 102 caps. Dalglish is the only player to have appeared 100 or more times for Scotland, meaning that he is the only Scottish member of the FIFA Century Club.

George Gillespie was a Scottish footballer, who played for Rangers, Queen's Park and Scotland in the late 19th Century.

The Scotland women's under-23 national football team, controlled by the Scottish Football Association, is Scotland women's national under 23 football team and is considered to be a feeder team for the Scotland women's national football team. As there is no competition organized by FIFA or UEFA for women at under-23 level, the team represents the country usually either in friendlies or invitational tournaments. Scotland does not regularly field a team at Under-23 level; the last squad that was selected was for the 2008 Nordic Cup.

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