With this month’s international window of Women’s Football now over, we take a look at who should be named in Great Britain’s 2021 Olympic Women Football squad.
A packed opening three rounds of FIFA World Cup Qualifying amongst UEFA nations across eight days came to a close, as we round up the action from the third round of action.
Scotland welcome Faroe Islands to Hampden Park in a Group F clash in qualifying for 2022 FIFA World Cup.
England and Scotland remain on course for a strong World Cup qualifying campaign, whereas Republic of Ireland suffered an embarrassing defeat in the latest round of UEFA qualifying for 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Israel welcome Scotland to Bloomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv, in a mouth-watering 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier.
Scotland welcome Austria to Hampden Park as both teams kick off their bids to qualify for 2022 FIFA World Cup in UEFA Qualifying Group F.
Steve Clarke has rung the changes in his latest Scotland squad as Che Adams and Kevin Nisbet earn their maiden international call-ups, whilst five players are dropped.
Hege Riise has been appointed as manager of Women’s Football Team for Team Great Britain at the delayed 2020 Olympics taking place in Tokyo this summer.
England, Scotland, Wales, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have all discovered their qualifying groups for 2023 UEFA U21 Euros.
With 2020 having drawn to its conclusion, we turn our attention to 2021 and look at five burning football questions that are set to be answered within the next 12 months.
Shelley Kerr has resigned as manager of Scotland’s National Women Team after failing to qualify for Women’s Euro 2021.
Israel welcome Scotland to Netanya Stadium, Netanya, in a huge match at opposite ends of League B2 in 2020-21 UEFA Nations League.
Just days after defeating Serbia on penalties to qualify for Euro 2020, Scotland are back in UEFA Nations League action as they take on Slovakia in Trnava in UEFA Nations League B2.
Scotland have ended a 23 year wait to qualify for a major tournament as the finalised groups for UEFA Euro 2020 next summer was confirmed.
Serbia welcome Scotland to the Red Star Stadium in Belgrade in their Qualifying Play-Off Final for a spot at next summer’s Euro Finals.