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On this day (15th December)

1982:
Scotland lost 2-3 to Belgium in the Euro '84 Qualifiers.

1951:
Joe Jordan was born on this day in Carluke.

Latest News

Scots Thrash San Marino (13 Oct 2019)

Scotland thashed the minnows San Marino 6-0, in a rain soaked match at Hampden. John McGinn scored a first half hat-trick and Lawrence Shankland, and debutant Stuart Findlay scored their first goals for Scotland. Substitute Stuart Armstrong scored a late free kick to round off the victory.

Scotland Destroyed in Moscow (10 Oct 2019)

Scotland suffered a thrashing in Moscow, losing 4-0 to Russia to end Scotland's chances of automatic qualification for Euro 2020. Four second half goals by Dzyuba(2), Ozdoev and Golovin sealed Scotland's fate.

Scotland Humiliated by Belgium (9 Sep 2019)

Belgium gave Scotland a footballing lesson in a 4-0 victory at Hampden. Goals from Lukaku, Vermaelen and Alderweireld made it 3-0 at half time. A late goal from De Bruyne gave Scotland their biggest ever home defeat in a competitive match.

Scotland's Qualification All But Over (6 Sep 2019)

Scotland lost 2-1 at home to Russia, which all but ended Scotland's hopes of automatic qualification. Scotland took an early lead after 10 min through John McGinn.  Russia equalised just before half time, and then an own goal on the hour mark killed the match.

Scots Defeated in Brussels (11 Jun 2019)

Two goals from Romelu Lukaku and one from Kevin De Bruyne gave Belgium a 3-0 victory over Scotland in Brussels. Scotland put in a good defensive performance against the world's number one team, until injury time at half time when Belgium took the lead. Scotland showed alot of spirit in the second half but a second by Lukaku (57) and an injury time goal from De Bruyne gave the Belgians a deserved win.

Clarke Wins Despite Late Scare (8 Jun 2019)

Steve Clarke won his first game in charge of what was a must win game at home to Cyprus.  A screamer from Andy Robertson but Scotland ahead after an hour, but poor defending with only 3 minutes remaining gifted Cyprus an equaliser.  A couple of minutes later Scotland got the winner from substitute Oli Burke to give Scotland a 2-1 win.

Clarke Appointed Scotland Manager (20 May 2019)

Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke has been appointed as the new Scotland manager.  He was the popular choice after guiding Kilmarnock from the bottom of the table up to 3rd.  He has alot of experience managing in Scotland and England, with him being the assistant at Chelsea and Liverpool. His first task will be to name the squad for the Cyprus and Belgium qualifiers.

Scotland Part Company With McLeish (18 Apr 2019)

After 14 months in charge that included humiliating defeats in Kazakhstan and Israel, the SFA and Alex McLeish have agreed on a mutual parting.  Alot of people were calling for his head after the Kazakhstan game.  There have also been reports about him having ill health.  Many fans still did not forgive him for leaving in 2007, but he qualified for the Euro 2020 play-offs via the Nations League.

Unconvincing Victory In San Marino (24 Mar 2019)

Scotland got their first win of the campaign with a 2-0 victory away to minnows San Marino.  It took Scotland only 4 minutes to take the lead from a Kenny McLean header, but they then had to wait until the 73rd minute for Johnny Russell to score his first international goal and make it 2-0.

Humiliation in Kazakhstan (21 Mar 2019)

Scotland suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat away in Kazakhstan.  After numerous withdrawls, an inexperienced team went 2-0 down within 10 minutes.  Just into the second half, the Kazaks made it 3-0 and seriously dented Scotland's chances of qualification after the first match.
Squad Details

Squad for Russia and San Marino

Craig MacGillivray (Portsmouth)
David Marshall (Wigan Athletic)
Jon McLaughlin (Sunderland)

Michael Devlin (Aberdeen)
Stuart Findlay (Kilmarnock)
Grant Hanley (Norwich City)
Charlie Mulgrew (Wigan Athletic)
Stephen O'Donnell (Kilmarnock)
Liam Palmer (Sheffield Wednesday)
Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)
Greg Taylor (Celtic)

Ryan Christie (Celtic)
John Fleck (Sheffield United)
Ryan Jack (Rangers)
John McGinn (Aston Villa)
Callum McGregor (Celtic)
Kenny McLean (Norwich City)
Scott McTominay (Manchester United)
Robert Snodgrass (West Ham United)

Oliver Burke (Alaves)
James Forrest (Celtic)
Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth)
Oliver McBurnie (Sheffield United)
Johnny Russell (Sporting Kansas City)
Lawrence Shankland (Dundee United)