Scotland women's national football team 2000–09 results

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This article lists the results of the Scotland women's national football team from 2000 to 2009. The list excludes unofficial matches, where the opposition did not have full international status or it was played behind closed doors. For example, Scotland played the Isle of Man in the Celt Cup [1] and a United States under-18 team in the 2000 Albena Cup. [2]

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2000

26 Feb 2000 France  Flag of France.svg1–2Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Auch
2 Apr 2000 Albena Cup [2] Moldova  Flag of Moldova.svg0–5Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Varna
3 Apr 2000 Albena Cup [2] Ukraine  Flag of Ukraine.svg3–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Varna
7 Apr 2000 Albena Cup [2] Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg2–0Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Varna
29 Apr 2000 Euro 2001 qualifier Republic of Ireland  Flag of Ireland.svg0–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Dublin
14 May 2000 Euro 2001 qualifier Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg4–1Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Forthbank Stadium, Stirling
11 Aug 2000 Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg3–2Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Hilversum
13 Aug 2000 Belgium  Flag of Belgium (civil).svg4–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Etten Leur
26 Aug 2000 Euro 2001 qualifier Czech Republic  Flag of the Czech Republic.svg5–1Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Chmel Blšany, Blšany

2001

17 Mar 2001 France  Flag of France.svg5–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Quimper
10 May 2001 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Almondvale Stadium, Livingston
27 May 2001 England  Flag of England.svg1–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Reebok Stadium, Bolton

2002

15 Dec 2002Friendly Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg0–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Albufeira
18 Dec 2002Friendly Portugal  Flag of Portugal.svg0–2Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Lagoa

2003

22 Jan 2003 [6] Italy  Flag of Italy.svg4–1Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Rome
10 Mar 2003Friendly Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–1Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China PR City Stadium, Livingston
1 May 2003 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–0Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium City Stadium, Livingston
12 Aug 2003 Greece  Flag of Greece.svg0–2Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Patras
6 Sep 2003Friendly Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–1Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia City Stadium, Livingston
9 Sep 2003Friendly [6] Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–4Flag of Italy.svg  Italy City Stadium, Livingston
1 Oct 2003Friendly Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands City Stadium, Livingston
13 Nov 2003 England  Flag of England.svg5–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Deepdale, Preston

2004

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15 Jan 2004 Greece  Flag of Greece.svg1–1Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Athens
17 Jan 2004 Greece  Flag of Greece.svg0–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Athens
18 Feb 2004 France  Flag of France.svg1–1Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Sete
21 Feb 2004 France  Flag of France.svg6–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Montpellier
10 Mar 2004 Iceland  Flag of Iceland.svg5–1Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Reykjavík
19 Aug 2004 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg6–0Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Victoria Park, Dingwall

2005

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21 Apr 2005 England  Flag of England.svg2–1Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Prenton Park, Birkenhead
20 May 2005 Finland  Flag of Finland.svg2–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Turku
25 May 2005 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–2Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland McDiarmid Park, Perth
31 Jul 2005 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg2–1Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland McDiarmid Park, Perth

2006

3 Aug 2006Friendly Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–0Flag of Finland.svg  Finland McDiarmid Park, Perth

2007

26 Sep 2007Friendly Finland  Flag of Finland.svg1–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Veritas Stadion, Turku

2008

2009

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