This article lists the results for the Scotland national football team from 2000 to the present day.
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.
For earlier results, see the following articles:
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.
Scotland's score is shown first in each case.
|29 March 2000||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–2||Friendly||48,157|
|26 April 2000||Gelredome, Arnhem (A)||0–0||Friendly||25,000|
|30 May 2000||Lansdowne Road, Dublin (A)||2–1||Friendly||Don Hutchison, Barry Ferguson||30,213|
|2 September 2000||Stadionas Skonto, Riga (A)||1–0||World Cup qualification||Neil McCann||9,200|
|7 October 2000||Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)||2–0||World Cup qualification||Matt Elliott, Don Hutchison||4,377|
|11 October 2000||Maksimir Stadion, Zagreb (A)||1–1||World Cup qualification||Kevin Gallacher||17,995|
|15 November 2000||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–2||Friendly||30,985|
|24 March 2001||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–2||World Cup qualification||Billy Dodds (2)||37,480|
|28 March 2001||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||4–0||World Cup qualification||Colin Hendry (2), Billy Dodds, Colin Cameron||27,313|
|25 April 2001||Stadion WKS Zawisza, Bydgoszcz (A)||1–1||Friendly||Scott Booth||18,000|
|1 September 2001||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–0||World Cup qualification||47,384|
|5 September 2001||Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels (A)||0–2||World Cup qualification||48,500|
|6 October 2001||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–1||World Cup qualification||Dougie Freedman, David Weir||23,228|
|27 March 2002||Stade de France, Saint-Denis (A)||0–5||Friendly||76,961|
|17 April 2002||Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)||1–2||Friendly||Christian Dailly||20,465|
|16 May 2002||Asiad Main Stadium, Busan (A)||1–4||Friendly||Scott Dobie||52,384|
|20 May 2002||Mong Kok Stadium, Hong Kong (N)||0–2||HKSAR Reunification Cup||3,007|
|23 May 2002||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (A)||Hong Kong League XI||4–0||HKSAR Reunification Cup||Kevin Kyle, Steven Thompson, Christian Dailly, Scot Gemmill||8,000|
|21 August 2002||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–1||Friendly||28,766|
|7 September 2002||Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)||2–2||Euro 2004 qualifying||Paul Lambert, Barry Ferguson||4,200|
|12 October 2002||Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík (A)||2–0||Euro 2004 qualifying||Christian Dailly, Gary Naysmith||7,056|
|15 October 2002||Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)||3–1||Friendly||Stevie Crawford (2), Steven Thompson||16,207|
|20 November 2002||Estadio Primeiro de Maio, Braga (A)||0–2||Friendly||8,000|
|12 February 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–2||Friendly||33,337|
|29 March 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–1||Euro 2004 qualifying||Kenny Miller, Lee Wilkie||37,938|
|2 April 2003||Darius and Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas (A)||0–1||Euro 2004 qualifying||6,400|
|30 April 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–2||Friendly||12,189|
|27 May 2003||Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)||1–1||Friendly||Stevie Crawford||10,016|
|7 June 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–1||Euro 2004 qualifying||Kenny Miller||48,047|
|20 August 2003||Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)||0–0||Friendly||12,858|
|6 September 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||3–1||Euro 2004 qualifying||Neil McCann, Paul Dickov, James McFadden||40,901|
|10 September 2003||Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (A)||1–2||Euro 2004 qualifying||Neil McCann||67,000|
|11 October 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Euro 2004 qualifying||Darren Fletcher||50,343|
|15 November 2003||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Euro 2004 qualifying||James McFadden||50,670|
|19 November 2003||Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam (A)||0–6||Euro 2004 qualifying||51,000|
|18 February 2004||Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (A)||0–4||Friendly||47,124|
|31 March 2004||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–2||Friendly||James McFadden||20,433|
|28 April 2004||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (A)||0–1||Friendly||22,885|
|27 May 2004||A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn (A)||1–0||Friendly||James McFadden||4,000|
|30 May 2004||Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)||4–1||Friendly||Darren Fletcher, Gary Holt, Gary Caldwell, Nigel Quashie||16,187|
|18 August 2004||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–3||Friendly||15,933|
|3 September 2004||Estadio Ciutat de Valencia, Valencia (A)||1–1||Friendly||James McFadden||15,000|
|8 September 2004||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–0||World Cup qualification||38,279|
|9 October 2004||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–1||World Cup qualification||48,882|
|13 October 2004||Stadionul Republican, Chişinău (A)||1–1||World Cup qualification||Steven Thompson||7,000|
|17 November 2004||Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)||1–4||Friendly||James McFadden||15,071|
|26 March 2005||San Siro, Milan (A)||0–2||World Cup qualification||40,745|
|4 June 2005||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–0||World Cup qualification||Christian Dailly, James McFadden||45,317|
|8 June 2005||Dynama Stadium, Minsk (A)||0–0||World Cup qualification||28,287|
|17 August 2005||Arnold Schwarzenegger Stadion, Graz (A)||2–2||Friendly||Kenny Miller, Garry O’Connor||13,800|
|3 September 2005||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–1||World Cup qualification||Kenny Miller||50,185|
|7 September 2005||Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)||2–1||World Cup qualification||Kenny Miller (2)||24,904|
|8 October 2005||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–1||World Cup qualification||51,105|
|12 October 2005||Arena Petrol, Celje (A)||3–0||World Cup qualification||Darren Fletcher, James McFadden, Paul Hartley||9,100|
|12 November 2005||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–1||Friendly||Andy Webster||26,708|
|1 March 2006||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–3||Friendly||Kenny Miller||20,952|
|11 May 2006||Kobe Wing Stadium, Kobe (N)||5–1||Kirin Cup||Kris Boyd (2), James McFadden, Chris Burke (2)||5,780|
|13 May 2006||Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama (A)||0–0||Kirin Cup||58,648|
|2 September 2006||Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)||6–0||Euro 2008 qualifying||Darren Fletcher, James McFadden, Kris Boyd (2), Kenny Miller, Garry O'Connor||50,059|
|6 September 2006||Darius and Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas (A)||2–1||Euro 2008 qualifying||Christian Dailly, Kenny Miller||7,500|
|7 October 2006||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Euro 2008 qualifying||Gary Caldwell||50,456|
|11 October 2006||Olympic Stadium, Kyiv (A)||0–2||Euro 2008 qualifying||55,000|
|24 March 2007||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–1||Euro 2008 qualifying||Kris Boyd, Craig Beattie||50,850|
|28 March 2007||Stadio San Nicola, Bari (A)||0–2||Euro 2008 qualifying||37,500|
|30 May 2007||Gerhard Hanappi Stadium, Vienna (A)||1–0||Friendly||Garry O'Connor||13,200|
|6 June 2007||Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)||2–0||Euro 2008 qualifying||Shaun Maloney, Garry O'Connor||4,600|
|22 August 2007||Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)||1–0||Friendly||Kris Boyd||13,723|
|8 September 2007||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||3–1||Euro 2008 qualifying||Kris Boyd, Stephen McManus, James McFadden||51,349|
|12 September 2007||Parc des Princes, Paris (A)||1–0||Euro 2008 qualifying||James McFadden||43,342|
|13 October 2007||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||3–1||Euro 2008 qualifying||Kenny Miller, Lee McCulloch, James McFadden||51,366|
|17 October 2007||Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi (A)||0–2||Euro 2008 qualifying||29,377|
|17 November 2007||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–2||Euro 2008 qualifying||Barry Ferguson||51,301|
|26 March 2008||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–1||Friendly||Kenny Miller||28,821|
|30 May 2008||AXA Arena, Prague (A)||1–3||Friendly||David Clarkson||11,314|
|20 August 2008||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–0||Friendly||28,072|
|6 September 2008||Skopje City Stadium, Skopje (A)||0–1||World Cup qualification||9,000|
|10 September 2008||Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík (A)||2–1||World Cup qualification||Kirk Broadfoot, James McFadden||9,767|
|11 October 2008||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–0||World Cup qualification||50,205|
|19 November 2008||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–1||Friendly||32,492|
|28 March 2009||Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam (A)||0–3||World Cup qualification||49,552|
|1 April 2009||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–1||World Cup qualification||Ross McCormack, Steven Fletcher||42,259|
|12 August 2009||Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)||0–4||World Cup qualification||24,493|
|5 September 2009||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–0||World Cup qualification||Scott Brown, James McFadden||50,214|
|9 September 2009||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–1||World Cup qualification||51,230|
|10 October 2009||Nissan Stadium, Yokohama (A)||0–2||Friendly||61,285|
|14 November 2009||Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (A)||0–3||Friendly||13,844|
|3 March 2010||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Friendly||Scott Brown||26,530|
|11 August 2010||Rasunda Stadion, Solna (A)||0–3||Friendly||25,249|
|3 September 2010||Darius and Girėnas Stadium, Kaunas (A)||0–0||Euro 2012 qualifying||6,539|
|7 September 2010||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–1||Euro 2012 qualifying||Kenny Miller, Stephen McManus||37,050|
|8 October 2010||Synot Tip Arena, Prague (A)||0–1||Euro 2012 qualifying||16,800|
|12 October 2010||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–3||Euro 2012 qualifying||Steven Naismith, Own goal||51,322|
|16 November 2010||Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)||3–0||Friendly||Danny Wilson, Kris Commons, Jamie Mackie||10,873|
|9 February 2011||Aviva Stadium, Dublin (N)||3–0||Nations Cup||Kenny Miller, James McArthur, Kris Commons||18,742|
|27 March 2011||Emirates Stadium, London (N)||0–2||Friendly||53,087|
|25 May 2011||Aviva Stadium, Dublin (N)||3–1||Nations Cup||James Morrison, Kenny Miller, Christophe Berra||3,951|
|29 May 2011||Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A)||0–1||Nations Cup||17,694|
|10 August 2011||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–1||Friendly||Own goal, Robert Snodgrass||17,582|
|3 September 2011||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–2||Euro 2012 qualifying||Kenny Miller, Darren Fletcher||51,457|
|6 September 2011||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Euro 2012 qualifying||Steven Naismith||34,071|
|8 October 2011||Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz (A)||1–0||Euro 2012 qualifying||Craig Mackail-Smith||5,636|
|11 October 2011||Estadio José Rico Pérez, Alicante (A)||1–3||Euro 2012 qualifying||David Goodwillie||24,896|
|11 November 2011||Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, Larnaca (A)||2–1||Friendly||Kenny Miller, Jamie Mackie||1,360|
|29 February 2012||Bonifika Stadium, Koper (A)||1–1||Friendly||Christophe Berra||3,983|
|26 May 2012||EverBank Field, Jacksonville (A)||1–5||Friendly||Own goal||44,438|
|15 August 2012||Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)||3–1||Friendly||Jordan Rhodes, Own goal, Ross McCormack||11,110|
|8 September 2012||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–0||World Cup qualification||47,369|
|11 September 2012||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–1||World Cup qualification||Kenny Miller||32,430|
|12 October 2012||Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (A)||1–2||World Cup qualification||James Morrison||23,249|
|16 October 2012||Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels (A)||0–2||World Cup qualification||44,132|
|14 November 2012||Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg (A)||2–1||Friendly||Jordan Rhodes (2)||2,521|
|6 February 2013||Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)||1–0||Friendly||Charlie Mulgrew||16,202|
|22 March 2013||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–2||World Cup qualification||Grant Hanley||39,365|
|26 March 2013||Karadorde Stadium, Novi Sad (A)||0–2||World Cup qualification||6,500|
|7 June 2013||Maksimir Stadion, Zagreb (A)||1–0||World Cup qualification||Robert Snodgrass||25,016|
|13 August 2013||Wembley Stadium, London (A)||2–3||Friendly||James Morrison, Kenny Miller||80,485|
|6 September 2013||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–2||World Cup qualification||40,284|
|10 September 2013||Philip II Arena, Skopje (A)||2–1||World Cup qualification||Ikechi Anya, Shaun Maloney||14,093|
|15 October 2013||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–0||World Cup qualification||Robert Snodgrass, Steven Naismith||30,172|
|15 November 2013||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–0||Friendly||21,079|
|19 November 2013||Aker Stadion, Molde (A)||1–0||Friendly||Scott Brown||9,751|
|5 March 2014||National Stadium, Warsaw (A)||1–0||Friendly||Scott Brown||41,652|
|28 May 2014||Craven Cottage, London (N)||2–2||Friendly||Charlie Mulgrew, Own goal||20,156|
|7 September 2014||Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (A)||1–2||Euro 2016 qualifying||Ikechi Anya||60,209|
|11 October 2014||Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Euro 2016 qualifying||Own goal||34,719|
|14 October 2014||National Stadium, Warsaw (A)||2–2||Euro 2016 qualifying||Shaun Maloney, Steven Naismith||55,197|
|14 November 2014||Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Euro 2016 qualifying||Shaun Maloney||59,239|
|18 November 2014||Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)||1–3||Friendly||Andrew Robertson||49,526|
|25 March 2015||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Friendly||Christophe Berra||20,117|
|29 March 2015||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||6–1||Euro 2016 qualifying||Steven Fletcher (3), Shaun Maloney (2), Steven Naismith||34,255|
|5 June 2015||Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)||1–0||Friendly||Matt Ritchie||14,270|
|13 June 2015||Aviva Stadium, Dublin (A)||1–1||Euro 2016 qualifying||Own goal||49,063|
|4 September 2015||Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi (A)||0–1||Euro 2016 qualifying||22,886|
|7 September 2015||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–3||Euro 2016 qualifying||Own goal, James McArthur||50,753|
|8 October 2015||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–2||Euro 2016 qualifying||Matt Ritchie, Steven Fletcher||49,359|
|11 October 2015||Estádio Algarve, Faro (A)||6–0||Euro 2016 qualifying||Steven Fletcher (3), Shaun Maloney, Steven Naismith, Chris Martin||12,401|
|24 March 2016||AXA Arena, Prague (A)||1–0||Friendly||Ikechi Anya||14,580|
|29 March 2016||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||Friendly||Matt Ritchie||18,385|
|29 May 2016||Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali (N)||0–1||Friendly||8,000|
|4 June 2016||Stade Saint-Symphorien, Metz (A)||0–3||Friendly||25,057|
|4 September 2016||Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali (A)||5–1||World Cup qualification||Robert Snodgrass (3), Chris Martin, Steven Fletcher||15,069|
|8 October 2016||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–1||World Cup qualification||James McArthur||35,966|
|11 October 2016||Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava (A)||0–3||World Cup qualification||11,098|
|11 November 2016||Wembley Stadium, London (A)||0–3||World Cup qualification||87,258|
|22 March 2017||Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)||1–1||Friendly||Steven Naismith||9,158|
|26 March 2017||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||World Cup qualification||Chris Martin||20,435|
|10 June 2017||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–2||World Cup qualification||Leigh Griffiths (2)||48,520|
|1 September 2017||LFF Stadium, Vilnius (A)||3–0||World Cup qualification||Stuart Armstrong, Andrew Robertson, James McArthur||5,067|
|4 September 2017||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–0||World Cup qualification||Christophe Berra, Leigh Griffiths||26,371|
|5 October 2017||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–0||World Cup qualification||Own goal||46,733|
|8 October 2017||Stožice Stadium, Ljubljana (A)||2–2||World Cup qualification||Leigh Griffiths, Robert Snodgrass||11,123|
|9 November 2017||Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)||0–1||Friendly||17,883|
|23 March 2018||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–1||Friendly||20,488|
|27 March 2018||Groupama Arena, Budapest (A)||1–0||Friendly||Matt Phillips||8,942|
|29 May 2018||Estadio Nacional, Lima (A)||0–2||Friendly||40,000|
|2 June 2018||Estadio Azteca, Mexico City (A)||0–1||Friendly||70,993|
|7 September 2018||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||0–4||Friendly||20,196|
|10 September 2018||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||2–0||UEFA Nations League C||Own goal, Steven Naismith||17,455|
|11 October 2018||Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa (A)||1–2||UEFA Nations League C||Charlie Mulgrew||10,234|
|14 October 2018||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||1–3||Friendly||Steven Naismith||19,684|
|17 November 2018||Loro Boriçi Stadium, Shkodër (A)||4–0||UEFA Nations League C||Ryan Fraser, Steven Fletcher, James Forrest (2)||8,632|
|20 November 2018||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||3–2||UEFA Nations League C||James Forrest (3)||21,281|
|21 March 2019||Astana Arena, Astana (A)||0–3||Euro 2020 qualifying|
|24 March 2019||Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)||2–0||Euro 2020 qualifying||Kenny McLean, Johnny Russell|
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