The years following the Second World War which included the withdrawl from the 1950 World Cup Finals, Scotland playing in their first World Cup Finals, and The Munich Air Disaster that included the then Scotland Manager Matt Busby.
The decade during which Scotland failed to quallfy for any World Cup Finals. They were successful against England though as they defeated the Auld Enemy four times, including 1967 when they were World Champions.
The decade during which Scotland gained many fans after the 1974 World Cup Finals, and suffered heartbreak in Argentina '78. There were also some famous victories over England.
A period during which Scotland qualified for the 1982 and 1986 World Cup Finals. Tragedy also occured, with he death of Jock Stein.
An era during which Scotland qualified for the 1990 World Cup Finals, and also qualified for the European Championship finals for the first time in 1992.
The era of arguably the greatest ever Scotland manager, who took Scotland to the Euro '96 Finals, followed by France '98. He was not as successful in the following two tournaments, but he did defeat England at Wembley in a Euro 2000 Play-Off.
A dark time for Scotland when they dropped to 86 in the World Rankings under a foreign manager. The only high point in this era was a 1-0 victory over Holland in the Play-Offs.
A renaissance period which saw Scotland recover from the brink of death to rise as high as 13th in the world. This included the Euro 2008 campaign in which Scotland defeated France home and away, and came so close to qualification.
A period full of controversy, from managerial appointments to players quitting, to players receiving lifetime bans. To make things worse, the results were poor on the pitch as Scotland failed to qualify for the World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012 Finals.
A period where Scotland showed great promise for the future as they rose from 78th in the world to as high as 22nd in April 2014. This included the Euro 2016 qualification campaign that was filled with heartache, as Scotland came close to qualification in the "Group of Death".