Scotland national futsal team

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Scotland
Association Scottish Football Association
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Scott Chaplain [1]
CaptainScott Mollison
Most caps 24 Scott Mollison
Top scorer7 Scott Mollison, Craig Mcleish
Home stadiumNPC Edinburgh
FIFA code SCO
FIFA ranking 91 (1 February 2019) [2]
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Home colours
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Away colours
First international
Flag of England.svg England 5–1 Scotland Flag of Scotland.svg
(Rome, Italy; 16 July 1983)
Biggest win
Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland 2-8 Scotland Flag of Scotland.svg
(Cardiff Wales; 4 December 2016)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 13–0 Scotland Flag of Scotland.svg
(Skövde, Sweden; 15 January 2015)
World Cup
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European Championship
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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 country in Northwest Europe, part of the United Kingdom

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 Ballgame-team sport, variant of association football

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.

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The team played its first home match in April 2016, against Gibraltar. [3]

Gibraltar national futsal team

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.

Tournament records

FIFA Futsal World Cup

FIFA Futsal World Cup record Qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of the Netherlands.svg 1989 Did not enterDid not enter
Flag of Hong Kong 1959.svg 1992
Flag of Spain.svg 1996
Flag of Guatemala.svg 2000
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg 2004
Flag of Brazil.svg 2008
Flag of Thailand.svg 2012
Flag of Colombia.svg 2016
Flag of Lithuania.svg 2020 To be determinedTo be determined
Total0/9

UEFA European Futsal Championship

UEFA European Futsal Championship record Qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of Spain.svg 1996 Did not enterDid not enter
Flag of Spain.svg 1999
Flag of Russia.svg 2001
Flag of Italy.svg 2003
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 2005
Flag of Portugal.svg 2007
Flag of Hungary.svg 2010
Flag of Croatia.svg 2012
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg 2014
Flag of Serbia.svg 2016 Did not qualify3003225
Flag of Slovenia.svg 2018 Did not qualify3003423
Total0/126003648

Home Nations Futsal Championship

Home Nations Futsal Championship Record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGSGA
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg 2016 Group Stage3rd31021016
Flag of Scotland.svg 2017 Group Stage3rd311179
Ulster Banner.svg 2018 Group Stage3rd3102911
Total93152636

Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Matches

OpponentH / ADateCompetitionScoreScorersVenue

Flag of Israel.svg  Israel

Away14-01-2015Euro 2016 Prelim Rd1–6Scott LaffertySkvode, Sweden

Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden

Away15-01-2015Euro 2016 Prelim Rd0–13----Skvode, Sweden

Flag of Armenia.svg  Armenia

Away17-01-2015Euro 2016 Prelim Rd1–6 Garry Hay Skvode, Sweden
Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar Home27-04-2016Friendly4–3Sean Mushin ×2, Craig McLeish, Scott MollisonBells Sports Centre, Perth, Scotland
Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar Home28-04-2016Friendly4–2Jack Guthrie ×2, Rhys Davis,Mark CaldowBells Sports Centre, Perth, Scotland
Flag of England.svg  England Away2-12-2016Home Nations0–9----House of Sport, Cardiff, Wales
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Away3-12-2016Home Nations2–5Craig McLeish, Dayle RobertsonHouse of Sport, Cardiff, Wales
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Away4-12-2016Home Nations8–2Craig McLeish ×3, Fraser Smith ×2, Jack Guthrie, Dayle Robertson, Jamie ForsythHouse of Sport, Cardiff, Wales
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Away24-01-2017Euro Futsal 2018 Prem Rd2–6Sean Muhsin, Rhys DavisTbilisi, Georgia
Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia Away25-01-2017Euro Futsal 2018 Prem Rd0–11----Tbilisi, Georgia
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel Away27-01-2017Euro Futsal 2018 Prem Rd2–6Sean Muhsin, James YatesTbilisi, Georgia
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Home1-12-2017Home Nations4–1Ahmed Aloulou, Lee Cameron, Scott Smith, Kevin HaganEdinburgh, Scotland
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Home2-12-2017Home Nations3–3Scott Mollison ×2, Kevin HaganEdinburgh, Scotland
Flag of England.svg  England Home3-12-2017Home Nations0–5----Edinburgh, Scotland
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Away22-06-2018Friendly6–8Scott Mollison ×3, Ahmed Aloulou, Kyle Ballingall ×2, Joe Andrew, Neil LaurensonNewry L.C, Northern Ireland
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Away23-06-2018Friendly6–6Joe Andrew ×2, Ahmed Aloulou ×2, Connor McLaren, Scott MollisonNewry L.C, Northern Ireland
Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar Away27-10-2018Friendly3–0Scott Smith, Kyle Ballingall, Connor MclarenGibraltar
Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar Away28-10-2018Friendly4–1Ryan Robb ×2, Connor Mclaren, Lee CameronGibraltar
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Away30-11-2018Home Nations2–6Dayle Robertson ×2, Scott Smith ×2, Fraser Smith, Craig McLeishNerwy, Northern Ireland
Flag of England.svg  England Away01-12-2018Home Nations3–1Craig McLeishNerwy, Northern Ireland
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Away02-12-2018Home Nations6–2Craig Holmes, Kyle BallingallNerwy, Northern Ireland
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey Away29-01-2019FIFA 2020 World Cup Prem Rd4–3Connor McLaren ×2, James YatesZenica City, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina Away30-01-2019FIFA 2020 World Cup Prem Rd10–1Brad SteedmanZenica City, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Away01-02-2019FIFA 2020 World Cup Prem Rd4–1Scott SmithZenica City, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland vs opponent

OpponentWinsDrawsLossesGoals
Flag of Armenia.svg  Armenia 0011–6
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0011–10
Flag of England.svg  England 0031–17
Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Gibraltar 40015–6
Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia 0010–11
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel 0023–12
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 41032–17
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 0010–13
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 0023–10
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey 0013–4
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 0127–14
11 Countries821466–121

Scotland Player Caps

These players have all represented the Scotland national futsal team. (as of 1 February 2019)

NoNameCapsOfficial Caps (Euro's / FIFA)
1Scott Mollison249
2Ben Tough219
3Fraser Smith186
4Ryan Robb163
5Craig McLeish156
6Dayle Robertson145
7James Yates139
8Jack Guthrie113
9Kyle Ballingall122
10Craig Holmes103
11Neil Laurenson100
12Kevin Hagan90
13Mark Caldow96
14Scott Smith113
15Gordon McGillivray86
16Andrew McCulloch86
17 Scott Chaplain 83
18 Ross Chisholm 73
19Martin Cassells103
20Richard Horlock53
21 Sean Mushin 53
22Rhys Davis53
23Brad Steedman83
24John McLean43
25Ahmed Aloulou40
26Lee Cameron53
27Conor McLaren73
28Paul McLaughlin40
29Alan Cunnigham30
30 Graham Muir 33
31Scott Lafftery33
32 Garry Hay 33
33 James Grady 33
34Adam Whitelaw20
35David Mennie53
36Jamie Forsyth20
37Connor Thomson20
38Laim Kelly20
39Joe Andrew20
40Paul Simpson20
41Youssef Aloulou20
41Daniel Mackenzie43
41Derryn Kesson33
42Darren Clarkson10
43Craig Rathney10
44Scott Ballingall10
45Kenny Hynd10
46Michael Connor10

Scotland Player Goals

These players have all scored for Scotland national futsal team. (as of 01-02-2019)

NameAll GoalsEuro GoalsFIFA Goals
Scott Mollison700
Craig McLeish700
Ahmed Aloulou400
Sean Mushin420
Kyle Ballingall400
Dayle Robertson400
Scott Smith501
Fraser Smith300
Connor McLaren502
Joe Andrew300
Jack Guthrie300
Kevin Hagan200
Rhys Davis210
Mark Caldow100
James Yates211
Jamie Forsyth100
Gary Hay110
Scott Lafferty100
Lee Cameron200
Ryan Robb200
Craig Holmes100
Neil Laurenson100

Coaching Staff

YearHead CoachCoachesPlayedWinDrawnLost
2018 - Present Scott Chaplain Ross Chisholm (Assist) Gordon McGillivray (GK) / Gavin Beth (c) / Steve McLean (c)10415
2017 (Interim)Gerry McMonagle Ross Chisholm (Assist) / Gordon (GK) McGillivray / Steve McLean (C)3111
2014 - 2017Mark PotterGerry McMonagle (Assist) / Chris Smith (Assist) / Gordon McGillivray (GK) / Steve McLean (C)11308

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References

  1. "Experienced midfielder to lead Futsal squad". Scottish Football Association. 20 February 2018. Retrieved 20 February 2018.
  2. Futsal World Ranking
  3. Lamont, Alasdair (26 April 2016). "Can futsal help Scottish football flourish?". BBC Sport. BBC. Retrieved 26 April 2016.