Head coach Anna Signeul is to leave the Scotland women’s setup after Euro 2017.
The Swede is set to take over the reins of the Finland national side after the tournament.
The 55-year-old led Scotland to their first-ever major tournament by qualifying for the Euros.
She leaves after 12 years in charge and has revolutionised women’s football around the country.
“I would like to say that after 12 great years in Scotland I am proud that this squad have made the journey to their first-ever European Championships,” Signeul said.
“This was a wonderful achievement and one that has been thoroughly deserved.
“These players are dedicated, professional and have overcome adversity to become the formidable players they are, individually and collectively.”
The hunt now begins to find the 55-year-old’s successor.
But the head coach has received high praise from SFA chiefs for her tenure with Scotland.
SFA chief executive Stewart Regan said: “Anna will rightly be lauded for taking the first Scotland women’s national team to a major finals and that legacy is richly deserved.
“More than that, though, she has worked tirelessly and to raise standards at all levels of the women’s game and to increase opportunities for girls and women across the country.
“She has been an inspiration and I have no doubt she will burnish that legacy during the UEFA Euro finals in Netherlands.”
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) January 17, 2017