|Association||Scottish Football Association|
|Head coach||Scott Chaplain|
|Most caps||24 Scott Mollison|
|Top scorer||7 Scott Mollison, Craig Mcleish|
|Home stadium||NPC Edinburgh|
|FIFA ranking||91 (1 February 2019)|
(Rome, Italy; 16 July 1983)
(Cardiff Wales; 4 December 2016)
(Skövde, Sweden; 15 January 2015)
The Scotland national futsal team represents Scotland in international futsal competitions such as the FIFA Futsal World Cup and the European Championships and is controlled by the Scottish Football Association.
Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Sharing a border with England to the southeast, Scotland is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, by the North Sea to the northeast and by the Irish Sea to the south. In addition to the mainland, situated on the northern third of the island of Great Britain, Scotland has over 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.
Futsal is a variant of association football played on a hard court, smaller than a football pitch, and mainly indoors. It can be considered a version of five-a-side football.
The FIFA Futsal World Cup is the international championship for futsal, the indoor version of association football organized by FIFA.
The team played its first home match in April 2016, against Gibraltar.
The Gibraltar national futsal team represents Gibraltar in international futsal competitions such as the FIFA Futsal World Cup and the European Championships and is controlled by the Gibraltar Football Association.
|FIFA Futsal World Cup record||Qualification record|
|Did not enter||Did not enter|
|To be determined||To be determined|
|UEFA European Futsal Championship record||Qualification record|
|Did not enter||Did not enter|
|Did not qualify||3||0||0||3||2||25|
|Did not qualify||3||0||0||3||4||23|
|Home Nations Futsal Championship Record|
|Opponent||H / A||Date||Competition||Score||Scorers||Venue|
|Away||14-01-2015||Euro 2016 Prelim Rd||1–6||Scott Lafferty||Skvode, Sweden|
|Away||15-01-2015||Euro 2016 Prelim Rd||0–13||----||Skvode, Sweden|
|Away||17-01-2015||Euro 2016 Prelim Rd||1–6||Garry Hay||Skvode, Sweden|
|Home||27-04-2016||Friendly||4–3||Sean Mushin ×2, Craig McLeish, Scott Mollison||Bells Sports Centre, Perth, Scotland|
|Home||28-04-2016||Friendly||4–2||Jack Guthrie ×2, Rhys Davis,Mark Caldow||Bells Sports Centre, Perth, Scotland|
|Away||2-12-2016||Home Nations||0–9||----||House of Sport, Cardiff, Wales|
|Away||3-12-2016||Home Nations||2–5||Craig McLeish, Dayle Robertson||House of Sport, Cardiff, Wales|
|Away||4-12-2016||Home Nations||8–2||Craig McLeish ×3, Fraser Smith ×2, Jack Guthrie, Dayle Robertson, Jamie Forsyth||House of Sport, Cardiff, Wales|
|Away||24-01-2017||Euro Futsal 2018 Prem Rd||2–6||Sean Muhsin, Rhys Davis||Tbilisi, Georgia|
|Away||25-01-2017||Euro Futsal 2018 Prem Rd||0–11||----||Tbilisi, Georgia|
|Away||27-01-2017||Euro Futsal 2018 Prem Rd||2–6||Sean Muhsin, James Yates||Tbilisi, Georgia|
|Home||1-12-2017||Home Nations||4–1||Ahmed Aloulou, Lee Cameron, Scott Smith, Kevin Hagan||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Home||2-12-2017||Home Nations||3–3||Scott Mollison ×2, Kevin Hagan||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Home||3-12-2017||Home Nations||0–5||----||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Away||22-06-2018||Friendly||6–8||Scott Mollison ×3, Ahmed Aloulou, Kyle Ballingall ×2, Joe Andrew, Neil Laurenson||Newry L.C, Northern Ireland|
|Away||23-06-2018||Friendly||6–6||Joe Andrew ×2, Ahmed Aloulou ×2, Connor McLaren, Scott Mollison||Newry L.C, Northern Ireland|
|Away||27-10-2018||Friendly||3–0||Scott Smith, Kyle Ballingall, Connor Mclaren||Gibraltar|
|Away||28-10-2018||Friendly||4–1||Ryan Robb ×2, Connor Mclaren, Lee Cameron||Gibraltar|
|Away||30-11-2018||Home Nations||2–6||Dayle Robertson ×2, Scott Smith ×2, Fraser Smith, Craig McLeish||Nerwy, Northern Ireland|
|Away||01-12-2018||Home Nations||3–1||Craig McLeish||Nerwy, Northern Ireland|
|Away||02-12-2018||Home Nations||6–2||Craig Holmes, Kyle Ballingall||Nerwy, Northern Ireland|
|Away||29-01-2019||FIFA 2020 World Cup Prem Rd||4–3||Connor McLaren ×2, James Yates||Zenica City, Bosnia & Herzegovina|
|Away||30-01-2019||FIFA 2020 World Cup Prem Rd||10–1||Brad Steedman||Zenica City, Bosnia & Herzegovina|
|Away||01-02-2019||FIFA 2020 World Cup Prem Rd||4–1||Scott Smith||Zenica City, Bosnia & Herzegovina|
These players have all represented the Scotland national futsal team. (as of 1 February 2019)
|No||Name||Caps||Official Caps (Euro's / FIFA)|
These players have all scored for Scotland national futsal team. (as of 01-02-2019)
|Name||All Goals||Euro Goals||FIFA Goals|
|2018 - Present||Scott Chaplain||Ross Chisholm (Assist) Gordon McGillivray (GK) / Gavin Beth (c) / Steve McLean (c)||10||4||1||5|
|2017 (Interim)||Gerry McMonagle||Ross Chisholm (Assist) / Gordon (GK) McGillivray / Steve McLean (C)||3||1||1||1|
|2014 - 2017||Mark Potter||Gerry McMonagle (Assist) / Chris Smith (Assist) / Gordon McGillivray (GK) / Steve McLean (C)||11||3||0||8|
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