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 Cupand a United States under-18 team in the 2000 Albena Cup.
The Scotland women's national football team represents Scotland in international women's football competitions. Since 1998, the team has been governed by the Scottish Football Association (SFA). Scotland qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup for the first time in 2019, and qualified for their first UEFA Women's Euro in 2017. As of July 2019, the team was 22nd in the FIFA Women's World Rankings.
The United States U-20 women's national soccer team is a youth soccer team operated under the auspices of U.S. Soccer. Its primary role is the development of players in preparation for the senior women's national team. The team most recently appeared in the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in France, where they failed to progress from the group stage for the first time in the competition's history. The team competes in a variety of competitions, including the biennial FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, which is the top competition for this age group. The head coach since April 2017 is Jitka Klimková.
The Albena Cup was an invitational competition for women's football (soccer) teams held in Albena, Bulgaria. Contested by both clubs and national teams, it was originally named Grand Hotel Varna Tournament and the first two editions were held indoor.
|18 Sep 2000Veenendaal|| Netherlands ||3–1||Sportpark Panhuis, Veenendaal|
| Fleeting ||Referee: H. van Beek |
|19 Sep 2000Veenendaal|| Scotland ||2–2||Sportpark Panhuis, Veenendaal|
| Fleeting ||Ryzhevitch |
|Referee: Regina Belksma-Konink |
|29 Sep 2001 World Cup qualifier|| Austria ||1–2||Leopoldsdorf|
| Stallinger || James |
|28 Oct 2001 World Cup qualifier|| Scotland ||5–1||Almondvale Stadium, Livingston|
| Fleeting |
| Ludlow |
|7 Mar 2002 2002 Algarve Cup|| England ||4–1||Quarteira|
| Cook |
|21 Apr 2002 World Cup qualifier|| Scotland ||4–0||Almondvale Stadium, Livingston|
| McWhinnie |
|5 May 2002 World Cup qualifier|| Scotland ||5–0||Almondvale Stadium, Livingston|
| Fleeting |
|8 Sep 2002Friendly|| United States ||8–2||Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus|
| Parlow |
|Report|| Fleeting |
|18 May 2003 Euro 2005 qualifier|| Scotland ||5–1||City Stadium, Livingston|
| Ralph |
| Khodyreva |
|7 Jun 2003 Euro 2005 qualifier|| Portugal ||1–8||Nelas|
| I. Silva || Brown |
|2 May 2004 Euro 2005 qualifier|| Scotland ||1–3||Almondvale Stadium, Livingston|
| Fleeting || Garefrekes |
|23 May 2004 Euro 2005 qualifier|| Scotland ||2–1||Almondvale Stadium, Livingston|
| Grant |
| S. Silva |
|28 Aug 2005 World Cup qualifier|| Russia ||6–0||Moskvich Stadium, Moscow|
| Morozova |
|Report||Referee: Marianne Svendsen |
|25 Sep 2005 World Cup qualifier|| Scotland ||0–0||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
|Report||Referee: Silvia Tea Spinelli |
|8 Mar 2006Torneo Molise|| Italy ||4–0||Stadio Le Piane, Isernia|
|10 Mar 2006Torneo Molise|| Japan ||4–0||Stadio Civitelle, Agnone|
|26 Apr 2006 World Cup qualifier|| Scotland ||1–0||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
| Grant ||Report||Referee: Paula Thörn |
|6 May 2006 World Cup qualifier|| Republic of Ireland ||0–2||Richmond Park, Dublin|
|Report|| Love |
|Referee: Rachel Cohen |
|24 May 2006 World Cup qualifier|| Scotland ||0–4||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
| Morozova |
|26 Aug 2006 World Cup qualifier|| Switzerland ||1–1||Schlossfeld Stadium, Willisau|
| Gailard || Fleeting ||Referee: Elia Maria Martinez |
|6 May 2007 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Scotland ||0–0||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
|Report||Referee: Nadezhda Ulyanovskaya |
|30 May 2007 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Ukraine ||2–1||Illichivetz Stadium, Mariupol|
| Zinchenko |
| Fleeting ||Referee: Snjezana Focic |
|26 Aug 2007Friendly|| Scotland ||3–2||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
| Fleeting ||Report||Verelst |
|27 Oct 2007 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Slovakia ||0–3||NTC Senec, Senec|
| Kerr |
|Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus |
|5 Mar 2008 2008 Cyprus Cup|| Scotland ||1–2||Paralimni Stadium, Paralimni|
| Grant ||Scottish FA|
|10 Mar 2008 2008 Cyprus Cup|| Canada ||0–2||Alpha Sports Centre, Larnaca|
|Scottish FA|| Love |
|12 Mar 2008 2008 Cyprus Cup|| Scotland ||2–3||GSP Stadium, Nicosia|
| Little |
|27 Apr 2008 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Denmark ||2–1||Viborg Stadion, Viborg|
| Andersen |
|Scottish FA|| Sneddon ||Referee: Silvia Tea Spinelli |
|3 May 2008 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Portugal ||1–4||Municipal Stadium, Póvoa de Varzim|
| Fernandes ||Scottish FA|| Beattie |
|Referee: Sabine Bonnin |
|28 May 2008 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Scotland ||0–1||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
|Scottish FA|| Apanaschenko ||Referee: Tanja Schett |
|17 Sep 2008Friendly|| Scotland ||4–0||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
| Fleeting |
|28 Sep 2008 Euro 2009 qualifier|| Scotland ||6–0||McDiarmid Park, Perth|
| Beattie |
|Scottish FA||Referee: Cristina Dorcioman |
|26 Oct 2008Euro 2009 play-off|| Scotland ||2–3||Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh|
| Hamill ||Scottish FA|| Kurochkina |
|Referee: Floarea Cristina Ionescu |
|5 Mar 2009 Cyprus Cup Group A|| France ||2–0||Ammochostos Stadium, Larnaca|
|14:45|| Delphine Blanc |
Eugénie Le Sommer
|7 Mar 2009 Cyprus Cup Group A|| South Africa ||2–0||GSP Stadium, Nicosia|
|14:45|| Noko Matlou |
|10 Mar 2009 Cyprus Cup Group A|| Scotland ||0–3||GSZ Stadium, Larnaca|
|12 Mar 2009 7th/8th place play-off|| Scotland ||2–1||GSP Stadium, Nicosia|
|12:00|| Suzanne Grant |
|8 Apr 2009 Challenge match|| Scotland ||1–4||Rugby Park, Kilmarnock|
|19:30|| Pauline Hamill ||Scottish FA||Attendance: 1,811|
|12 May 2009 Challenge match|| Scotland ||3–1||Forthbank Stadium, Stirling|
|18:15|| Pauline Hamill |
|Scottish FA||Attendance: 817|
|12 Aug 2009 Challenge match|| France ||4–0||Stade des Grands Pres, Chartres|
| Élise Bussaglia |
|Scottish FA||Attendance: 1,138|
|14 Aug 2009 Challenge match|| Denmark ||5–2||Gladsaxe Stadium, Søborg|
| Maiken Pape |
Cathrine Paaske Sørensen
|15 Oct 2009 Challenge match|| Northern Ireland ||0–3||The Oval, Belfast|
|24 Oct 2009 WCQ Group 3|| Greece ||0–1||Yiannis Pathiakakis Stadium, Ano Liossia|
|16:00 UTC+3||Scottish FA||Referee: Tanja Schett (Austria)|
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