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On this day (27th April)

1988:
Scotland drew 0-0 with Spain in a Friendly.

1949:
Scotland defeated France 2-0 in a Friendly.

Latest News

Home Nations Fined Over Poppies (19 Dec 2016)

Each of the home nations have received a fine from FIFA with regards to the wearing or display of poppies during their World Cup Qualifiers.  England were fined £35,311, Scotland and Wales were fined £15,694, and Northern Ireland were fined £11,770.

FIFA to Take Action Over Poppy Armbands (17 Nov 2016)

FIFA has decided to take action against Scotland and England following their defiance over the wearing of poppy armbands.  It is still unknown what the punishment could be.  This could be as much as a points deduction, which would surely end their chances of qualification.

Strachan To Remain as Boss (17 Nov 2016)

Gordon Strachan has been given the backing of the SFA to stay on as manager, after the poor start to the World Cup 2018 Qualification campaign.

Scotland Suffer Unlucky Defeat At Wembley (11 Nov 2016)

Scotland were beaten 3-0 by England at Wembley, in the first competitive match against the Auld Enemy since 1999.  Goals by Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana, and Gary Cahill gave England a flattering victory as Scotland put in a good performance, but couldn't take their chances.

Hutton Retires From International Duty (6 Nov 2016)

Aston Villa full back Alan Hutton has withdrawn from international duty according to manager Gordon Strachan. His last appearance was against Czech Republic in March when he won his 50th cap.

Scotland and England To Defy FIFA (3 Nov 2016)

Both Scotland and England are set to go against FIFA's rules and wear poppy armbands on Armistice Day.  FIFA has banned them as they prohibit teams from displaying political, religious or commercial messages.  If Scotland go against FIFA, they risk punishment, which could be a points deduction from their World Cup qualification campaign.

Brown Back in Scotland Team (2 Nov 2016)

Scott Brown has performed a u-turn on his international retirement, to be named in Gordon Strachan's squad for the match at Wembley.  Brown retired in the summer but returns after just three games.

Scotland Lose In Slovakia (11 Oct 2016)

Scotland's chances of qualification for the World Cup finals look to be very unlikely after only three games, as they were hammered 3-0 away to Slovakia.  The result leaves Scotland fourth in the group with their next match against England at Wembley.

Scotland Suffering Embarassing Draw (8 Oct 2016)

Scotland needed an 89th minute equaliser from James McArthur to prevent a humiliating defeat at home to Lithuania, who are ranked 117th in the world.  Scotland were close to losing 1-0, which would have been possibly their worst result in recent years.  This puts their chances of qualifying on a knife edge, meaning they will need a victory in Slovakia.

Scotland Start Campaign With Win In Malta (4 Sep 2016)

Scotland's World Cup qualification began with a 5-1 victory in Malta. A Snodgrass hat-trick and goals from Chris Martin and Steven Fletcher got Scotland off to a flyer.

Brown retires from International Football (19 Aug 2016)

Scott Brown decided to retire from international football. The 31 year old believes that he can no longer play for both club and country.

Scots hammered by the French (4 Jun 2016)

Another poor performance against Euro favourites France, resulted in a 3-0 defeat. Three first half goals by Giroud(2) and Koscielny were enough to defeat Scotland in a poor performance.

Poor Scotland suffer defeat to Italy (1 Jun 2016)

A poor performance by Scotland ensured that the Italians won 1-0 in the end of season friendly in Malta.  A second half goal by Pelle was the only goal of the game.
Squad Details

Scotland Squad for England Game

Craig Gordon (Celtic)
Jack Hamilton (Heart of Midlothian)
David Marshall (Hull City)

Christophe Berra (Ipswich Town)
Gordon Greer (Blackburn Rovers)
Grant Hanley (Newcastle United)
Stephen Kingsley (Swansea City)
Russell Martin (Norwich City)
Callum Paterson (Heart of Midlothian)
Lee Wallace (Rangers)

Ikechi Anya (Derby County)
Barry Bannan (Sheffield Wednesday)
Scott Brown (Celtic)
Oliver Burke (RB Leipzig)
Darren Fletcher (West Bromwich Albion)
James Forrest (Celtic)
James McArthur (Crystal Palace)
John McGinn (Hibernian)
James Morrison (West Bromwich Albion)
Matt Ritchie (Newcastle United)
Robert Snodgrass (Hull City)

Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday)
Leigh Griffiths (Celtic)
Chris Martin (Fulham)
Steven Naismith (Norwich City)