Scotland Score
UEFA European Championship
Scotland 1
San Marino 2
6
0
W
Russia
Scotland 1
4
0
L
Scotland 2
Belgium 1
0
4
L
Scotland 2
Russia 3
1
2
L
Belgium 1
Scotland 1
3
0
L
Scotland 1
Cyprus 2
2
1
W
San Marino 1
Scotland 1
0
2
W
Kazakhstan 2
Scotland 1
3
0
L
UEFA Nations League
Scotland 2
Israel 3
3
2
W
Albania 1 3
Scotland 4
0
4
W
Scotland Fixtures
UEFA European Championship
Cyprus
Scotland
Scotland
Kazakhstan
Scotland Player
# Name Position
7
Scott Mctominay Central Midfield
1
David Marshall Goalkeeper
21
Craig MacGillivray Goalkeeper
 
Craig Gordon Goalkeeper
 
Jamie McDonald Goalkeeper
 
Allan McGregor Goalkeeper
 
Jamie MacDonald Goalkeeper
 
Jordan Archer Goalkeeper
3
Andrew Robertson Defender
4
Charlie Mulgrew Defender
5
Michael Devlin Defender
15
Declan Gallagher Defender
 
Callum Paterson Defender
 
Graeme Shinnie Defender
 
Scott McKenna Defender
 
David Bates Defender
 
Jon Soutattar Defender
 
Scott Bain Defender
8
John McGinn Midfielder
10
Callum McGregor Midfielder
17
James Forrest Midfielder
18
Stuart Armstrong Midfielder
20
Ryan christie Midfielder
 
Ryan Jack Midfielder
 
Steven Naismith Midfielder
 
Matthew Phillips Midfielder
 
Gary Mackay-Steven Midfielder
 
Kevin McDonald Midfielder
 
Steven Fletcher Midfielder
 
Robert Snodgrass Midfielder
 
John Fleck Midfielder
 
John Souttar Midfielder
12
Jon McLaughlin Forward
16
Johnny Russell Forward
 
Leigh Griffiths Forward
11
Ryan Fraser Left Wing
19
Lewis Morgan Left Midfield
 
Oliver McBurnie Left Midfield
22
Stephen Odonnell Right Back
 
Jack Hendry Right Back
23
Greg Taylor Left Back
 
Kieran Tierney Left Back
 
Kenny Mclean Left Back
 
Liam Kelly Left Back
2
Liam Palmer Centre Back
14
Stuart Findlay Centre Back
 
Grant Hanley Centre Back
 
Marc McNulty Centre Back
 
Oliver Burke Centre Back
 
Tom Cairney Centre Back
 
Liam Cooper Centre Back
9
Lawrence Shankland Centre Forward
 
Eamonn Brophy Centre Forward
 
Alex McLeish Coach
About Scotland
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  • Name: Scotland
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  • Established Date: 1873
  • Coach: Alex McLeish
The Scotland national football team represents Scotland in international football and is controlled by the Scottish Football Association. It competes in the three major professional tournaments, the FIFA World Cup, UEFA Nations League and the UEFA European Championship. Scotland, as a country of the United Kingdom, is not a member of the International Olympic Committee and therefore the national team does not compete in the Olympic Games. The majority of Scotland's home matches are played at the national stadium, Hampden Park. Scotland have qualified for the FIFA World Cup on eight occasions and the UEFA European Championship twice, but have never progressed beyond the first group stage of a finals tournament. The last major tournament they qualified for was the 1998 World Cup. The team have achieved some noteworthy results, such as beating the 1966 FIFA World Cup winners England 3–2 at Wembley Stadium in 1967. Archie Gemmill scored what has been described as one of the greatest World Cup goals ever in a 3–2 win during the 1978 World Cup against the Netherlands, who reached the final of the tournament. In their qualifying group for UEFA Euro 2008, Scotland defeated 2006 World Cup runners-up France 1–0 in both fixtures.