Scotland women's national football team 2010–19 results

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This article lists the results and fixtures for the Scotland women's national football team from 2010 to 2019.

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.

Contents

Key

Key to matches

Results

Scotland's score is shown first in each case.

DateVenueOpponentsScoreCompetitionScotland scorersAtt.Ref.
24 February 2010 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2010 Cyprus Cup Suzanne Grant [1]
26 February 2010 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2010 Cyprus Cup [2] [3]
1 March 2010 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 2010 Cyprus Cup [4]
3 March 2010 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 2010 Cyprus Cup Hayley Lauder, Kim Little [5]
27 March 2010 Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi (A)Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia 2011 World Cup qualifying Jennifer Beattie, Rachel Corsie, Leanne Ross [6]
1 April 2010 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 2011 World Cup qualifying Kim Little (2), Pauline Hamill, Julie Fleeting (4), Suzanne Grant [7]
23 May 2010 Dumbarton Football Stadium, Dumbarton (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Friendly match Emma Fernon, Kim Little [8]
5 June 2010 Stadion Niedermatten, Wohlen (A)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Friendly match Kim Little (2), Pauline Hamill 300 [9]
8 June 2010 Herti Allmend Stadion, Zug (A)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Friendly match Julie Fleeting 350 [10]
19 June 2010 Georgi Asparuhov Stadium, Sofia (A)Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 2011 World Cup qualifying Jennifer Beattie, Julie Fleeting, Kim Little, Rachel Corsie, Pauline Hamill 100 [11]
24 June 2010 Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (H)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 2011 World Cup qualifying [12]
23 July 2010Stadion Miejski, Proszowice (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Friendly match Kim Little (2)900 [13]
21 August 2010 Dumbarton Football Stadium, Dumbarton (H)Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 2011 World Cup qualifying Jennifer Beattie, Julie Fleeting, Rachel Corsie, Suzanne Grant [14]
25 August 2010 Vejle Stadion, Vejle (A)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 2011 World Cup qualifying [15]
13 February 2011 Bridge Meadow Stadium, Haverfordwest (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Friendly match Jane Ross, Hayley Lauder (2), Joanne Love [16]
2 March 2011 Ammochostos Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2011 Cyprus Cup [17]
4 March 2011 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of England.svg  England 2011 Cyprus Cup Kim Little, Jennifer Beattie [18]
7 March 2011 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2011 Cyprus Cup [2] [19]
9 March 2011 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of France.svg  France 2011 Cyprus Cup [20]
3 April 2011 Kras Stadion, Volendam (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly match Suzanne Lappin, Leanne Ross [21]
18 May 2011 Stade Francis-Le Blé, Brest (A)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly match Jane Ross [22]
21 August 2011 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Friendly match Jane Ross (2), Julie Fleeting, Kim Little, Jennifer Beattie 531 [23]
23 August 2011 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Friendly match Julie Fleeting [24]
18 September 2011 Sonera Stadium, Helsinki (A)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Friendly match [25]
21 September 2011 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Friendly match Hayley Lauder, Jennifer Beattie (2), Jane Ross (2), Rachel Corsie, Own goal [26]
12 October 2011 Ness Ziona Stadium, Ness Ziona (A)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel Euro 2013 qualifying Jane Ross, Jennifer Beattie, Kim Little (2), Hayley Lauder, Own goal 130 [27]
27 October 2011 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Euro 2013 qualifying Jane Ross, Jennifer Beattie 1,061 [28]
5 February 2012 Solitude, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Friendly match Jennifer Beattie (4), Lisa Evans [29]
28 February 2012 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2012 Cyprus Cup Jane Ross [30]
1 March 2012 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2012 Cyprus Cup Own goal, Hayley Lauder [31]
4 March 2012 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2012 Cyprus Cup Leanne Ross [2] [32]
6 March 2012 Paralimni Stadium, Paralimni (N)Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 2012 Cyprus Cup Kim Little (2) [33]
31 March 2011 Stade Jules Deschaseaux, Le Havre (A)Flag of France.svg  France Euro 2013 qualifying 9,028 [34]
5 April 2012 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Euro 2013 qualifying Rhonda Jones, Christie Murray 1,703 [35]
9 May 2012Stadion Kazimierza Deyny, Starogard Gdański (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Friendly match Lisa Evans, Jane Ross, Own goal [36]
26 May 2012 Stark's Park, Kirkcaldy (H)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Friendly match Kim Little 1,184 [37]
16 June 2012 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of Israel.svg  Israel Euro 2013 qualifying Hayley Lauder, Kim Little (3), Megan Sneddon, Joanne Love, Jane Ross, Rachel Corsie 817 [38]
21 June 2012 Turners Cross, Cork (A)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Euro 2013 qualifying Rachel Corsie 827 [39]
15 July 2012Chris Anderson Stadium, Aberdeen (H)Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon Friendly match Own goal, Joanne Love [40]
4 August 2012 Cappielow Park, Greenock (H)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Friendly match Emma Mitchell 412 [41]
30 August 2012 East End Park, Dunfermline (H)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly match Emma Mitchell, Sarah Crilly [42]
15 September 2012 Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli (A)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Euro 2013 qualifying Joanne Love, Kim Little [43]
19 September 2012 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of France.svg  France Euro 2013 qualifying 731 [44]
20 October 2012 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Euro 2013 qualifying Kim Little 4,058 [45]
24 October 2012 La Ciudad del Fútbol, Las Rozas (A)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Euro 2013 qualifying Emma Mitchell, Kim Little [46]
9 February 2013 EverBank Field, Jacksonville (A)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly match Kim Little 18,565 [47]
14 February 2013 LP Field, Nashville (A)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly match Suzanne Grant 14,224 [48]
6 March 2013 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 2013 Cyprus Cup [49]
8 March 2013 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of England.svg  England 2013 Cyprus Cup Lisa Evans, Jane Ross, Kim Little, Emma Mitchell [50]
11 March 2013 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2013 Cyprus Cup Jane Ross, Rhonda Jones [2] [51]
13 March 2013 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2013 Cyprus Cup Kim Little [52]
7 April 2013 East End Park, Dunfermline (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Friendly match Jane Ross, Emma Mitchell 596 [53]
1 June 2013 Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík (A)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Friendly match Leanne Crichton, Emily Thomson, Leanne Ross [54]
15 June 2013 Stadion Essen, Essen (A)Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Friendly match 9,237 [55]
21 August 2013FA of Serbia Sports Centre, Stara Pazova (A)Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Friendly match Lana Clelland 200 [56]
22 September 2013 Tórsvøllur, Tórshavn (A)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands 2015 World Cup qualifying Rachel Corsie, Lisa Evans, Leanne Ross (2), Jane Ross, Suzanne Lappin, Suzanne Mulvey [57]
26 September 2013 Fir Park, Motherwell (H)Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015 World Cup qualifying Lisa Evans, Leanne Ross, Kim Little, Rachel Corsie, Jane Ross, Jennifer Beattie, Suzanne Lappin 1,061 [58]
26 October 2013 Fir Park, Motherwell (H)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 2015 World Cup qualifying Jane Ross, Jennifer Beattie 1,582 [59]
31 October 2013 Dyskobolia Stadium, Grodzisk Wielkopolski (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2015 World Cup qualifying Jane Ross (3), Joanne Love [60]
12 December 2013 Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília (N)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2013 Brazil Women's International Tournament [61]
15 December 2013 Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília (A)Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 2013 Brazil Women's International Tournament Hayley Lauder [62]
18 December 2013 Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília (N)Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 2013 Brazil Women's International Tournament Jane Ross, Christie Murray, Sarah Crilly [63]
22 December 2013 Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília (N)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2013 Brazil Women's International Tournament [64]
13 February 2014Eerikkilän Urheiluopisto (A)Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Friendly match Kim Little [65]
5 March 2014 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of France.svg  France 2014 Cyprus Cup Leanne Ross [66]
7 March 2014 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2014 Cyprus Cup Lisa Evans (3), Jennifer Beattie [67]
10 March 2014 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 2014 Cyprus Cup Lisa Evans, Jane Ross (3) [68]
12 March 2014 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 2014 Cyprus Cup Kim Little [69]
5 April 2014 Fir Park, Motherwell (H)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2015 World Cup qualifying Lisa Evans, Leanne Crichton 1,551 [70]
10 April 2014 Bilino Polje, Zenica (A)Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015 World Cup qualifying Jane Ross (3) [71]
14 June 2014 Fir Park, Motherwell (H)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 2015 World Cup qualifying Kim Little [72]
19 June 2014 Solitude, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 2015 World Cup qualifying Kim Little, Jane Ross [73]
3 August 2014 Palmerston Park, Dumfries (H)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Friendly match Rachel Corsie [74]
20 August 2014 Estádio Dr. José de Matos, Viana do Castelo (A)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Friendly match Rachel Corsie [75]
13 September 2014 Fir Park, Motherwell (H)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands 2015 World Cup qualifying Kim Little, Caroline Weir, Jane Ross (3), Rachel Corsie (2), Leanne Crichton, Jennifer Beattie [76]
17 September 2014 Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 2015 World Cup qualifying [77]
25 October 2014 Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2015 World Cup qualifying Kim Little [78]
30 October 2014 Sparta Stadion, Rotterdam (A)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2015 World Cup qualifying [79]
8 February 2015 Solitude, Belfast (A)Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Friendly match Jane Ross (2), Caroline Weir (2)
4 March 2015 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2015 Cyprus Cup
6 March 2015 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2015 Cyprus Cup Emma Mitchell, Kim Little [2]
9 March 2015 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 2015 Cyprus Cup Kim Little, Christie Murray
11 March 2015 Ammochostos Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 2015 Cyprus Cup Kim Little (3)
9 April 2015 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Friendly match Jane Ross
28 May 2015 Stade Marcel Picot, Nancy (A)Flag of France.svg  France Friendly match [80]
17 September 2015 Firhill Stadium, Glasgow (H)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly match [81]
22 September 2015 Ajdovščina Stadium, Ajdovščina (A)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Euro 2017 qualifying Kim Little (3)794 [82]
23 October 2015 Fir Park, Motherwell (H)Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Euro 2017 qualifying Jane Ross (2), Caroline Weir, Rachel Corsie, Lisa Evans, Joanne Love (2)1,367 [83]
27 October 2015FFM Training Centre, Skopje (A)Flag of North Macedonia.svg  North Macedonia Euro 2017 qualifying Kim Little, Rachel Corsie (2), Caroline Weir [84]
29 November 2015 St Mirren Park, Paisley (H)Flag of North Macedonia.svg  North Macedonia Euro 2017 qualifying Jane Ross (4), Joanne Love (3), Jennifer Beattie, Hayley Lauder, Lisa Evans [85]
26 January 2016 Prioritet Serneke Arena, Gothenburg (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Friendly match [86]
8 March 2016 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Friendly match Emma Mitchell [87]
8 April 2016 St Mirren Park, Paisley (H)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Euro 2017 qualifying Jane Ross (2), Kim Little [88]
3 June 2016 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Euro 2017 qualifying 2,690 [89]
7 June 2016 FC Minsk Stadium, Minsk (A)Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Euro 2017 qualifying Joanne Love [90]
20 September 2016 Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavik (A)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Euro 2017 qualifying Jane Ross (2)6,468 [91]
20 October 2016 Almondvale Stadium, Livingston (H)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Friendly match 1,326 [92]
20 January 2017 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca, Cyprus (N)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly match Jane Ross, Erin Cuthbert [93]
23 January 2017 Paralimni Stadium, Paralimni, Cyprus (N)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Friendly match Kim Little [94]
1 March 2017 Ammochostos Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 2017 Cyprus Cup Jane Ross, Erin Cuthbert, Kim Little [95]
3 March 2017 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (N)Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 2017 Cyprus Cup [96]
6 March 2017 GSZ Stadium, Larnaca (N)Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 2017 Cyprus Cup Jane Ross, Leanne Ross, Lisa Evans [97]
8 March 2017 Paralimni Stadium, Paralimni (N)Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 2017 Cyprus Cup [98]
11 April 2017 Den Dreef, Leuven (A)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Friendly match [99]
9 June 2017 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Friendly match Lisa Evans, Jane Ross [100]
13 June 2017 Myresjöhus Arena, Växjö (A)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Friendly match [101]
7 July 2017 Stark's Park, Kirkcaldy (H)Flag of Ireland.svg  Republic of Ireland Friendly match Christie Murray [102]
19 July 2017 Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht (N)Flag of England.svg  England Euro 2017 Group D 5,578 [103]
23 July 2017 Het Kasteel, Rotterdam (N)Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Euro 2017 Group D Erin Cuthbert 3,123 [104]
27 July 2017 De Adelaarshorst, Deventer (N)Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Euro 2017 Group D Caroline Weir 4,840 [105]
14 September 2017Telki Training Centre, Telki (A)Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Friendly match Lana Clelland, Claire Emslie, Jane Ross [106]
19 October 2017 FC Minsk Stadium, Minsk (A)Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 2019 World Cup qualifying Jane Ross, Own goal [107]
24 October 2017 St Mirren Park, Paisley (H)Flag of Albania.svg  Albania 2019 World Cup qualifying Own goal, Fiona Brown, Jane Ross, Claire Emslie, Lisa Evans [108]
19 January 2018 La Manga Stadium, La Manga (N)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly match [109]
22 January 2018Pinatar Football Arena, Murcia (N)Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Friendly match [110]
3 March 2018 La Manga Stadium, La Manga (N)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Friendly match Jane Ross, Lisa Evans [111]
6 March 2018 La Manga Stadium, La Manga (N)Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Friendly match Jane Ross, Fiona Brown [112]
5 April 2018 LIPO Park, Schaffhausen (A)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 2019 World Cup qualifying [113]
10 April 2018 St Mirren Park, Paisley (H)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2019 World Cup qualifying Zoe Ness, Claire Emslie, Erin Cuthbert 2,121 [114]
7 June 2018 Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk (H)Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 2019 World Cup qualifying Erin Cuthbert (2)2,007 [115]
12 June 2018 Kielce City Stadium, Kielce (A)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2019 World Cup qualifying Kim Little, Jane Ross, Lisa Evans 4,410 [116]
30 August 2018 St Mirren Park, Paisley (H)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 2019 World Cup qualifying Erin Cuthbert, Kim Little 4,098 [117]
4 September 2018 Loro Boriçi Stadium, Shkodër (A)Flag of Albania.svg  Albania 2019 World Cup qualifying Kim Little, Jane Ross [118]
13 November 2018 St Mirren Park, Paisley (H)Flag of the United States.svg  United States Friendly match 3,790 [119]
17 January 2019 La Manga Stadium, La Manga (N)Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Friendly match Caroline Weir [120]
21 January 2019 La Manga Stadium, La Manga (N)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland Friendly match Lana Clelland [121]
1 March 2019Estadio Municipal de Lagos, Lagos (N)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2019 Algarve Cup [122]
4 March 2019Estadio Municipal da Bela Vista, Parchal (N)Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 2019 Algarve Cup Lizzie Arnot (2), Erin Cuthbert, Kim Little [123]
6 March 2019 Estádio Algarve, São João da Venda (N)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 2019 Algarve Cup Jane Ross [124]
5 April 2019Pinatar Arena Football Centre, San Pedro del Pinatar (N)Flag of Chile.svg  Chile Friendly match Erin Cuthbert [125]
8 April 2019Pinatar Arena Football Centre, San Pedro del Pinatar (N)Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Friendly match Kim Little [126]
28 May 2019 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Friendly match Erin Cuthbert, Caroline Weir, Sophie Howard 18,555 [127]
9 June 2019 Stade de Nice, Nice (N)Flag of England.svg  England 2019 World Cup group Claire Emslie 13,188 [128]
14 June 2019 Roazhon Park, Rennes (N)Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 2019 World Cup group Lana Clelland 13,201 [129]
19 June 2019 Parc des Princes, Paris (N)Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 2019 World Cup group Kim Little, Jenny Beattie, Erin Cuthbert 28,205 [130]

Upcoming fixtures

8 November 2019 Euro 2021 qualifying Albania  Flag of Albania.svgFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
9 April 2020 Euro 2021 qualifying Cyprus  Flag of Cyprus.svgFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
14 April 2020 Euro 2021 qualifying Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svgFlag of Portugal.svg  Portugal
5 June 2020 Euro 2021 qualifying Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svgFlag of Albania.svg  Albania
9 June 2020 Euro 2021 qualifying Finland  Flag of Finland.svgFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
18 September 2020 Euro 2021 qualifying Portugal  Flag of Portugal.svgFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
22 September 2020 Euro 2021 qualifying Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svgFlag of Finland.svg  Finland

See also

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