The Scotland squad have been welcomed home in Edinburgh following their exit from the Women’s World Cup in France.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie says they will bounce back from their gut-wrenching World Cup exit at the Parc des Princes in Paris.
Scotland are out of the Women's World Cup in France, after drawing 3-3 with Argentina in Paris.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie says she “can’t imagine a bigger game” than Wednesday’s clash with Argentina as their hopes of World Cup progression teeter on the brink.
Shelley Kerr insists Scotland are aiming to beat Japan on Friday in order to keep alive their hopes of making the Women’s World Cup knockout stages.
Captain Corsie: Second half of England defeat shows Scotland can compete with big teams at World Cup
Captain Rachel Corsie thinks the second half of Scotland’s 2-1 loss to England has reinforced their belief they can compete at the World Cup.
An early VAR-awarded penalty put Scotland on course for an opening 2-1 defeat against England at the World Cup in France.
Scotland skipper Rachel Corsie is today revealed as our new Evening Express columnist.
A mural has been spray-painted on an Aberdeen building to celebrate women in sport.
A mural of Scotland captain Rachel Corsie is taking shape on the side of an Aberdeen building.
Excitement is building as Shelley Kerr’s Scotland team get ready for their Women’s World Cup debut next Sunday.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie said it was “really special” to attend a celebratory football festival in her honour.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie took a “huge gamble” that was alien to her nature when giving up her accountancy job to embark on life in full-time professional football in 2014.
Aberdeen’s Rachel Corsie described Scotland’s Hampden experience as “incredible” after they beat Jamaica 3-2 in their final match before next month’s World Cup in France.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie says Tuesday’s friendly against Jamaica at Hampden Park will provide the national team with the perfect send-off for next month’s World Cup in France.
The Scotland squad for this summer's Women's World Cup in France has been announced.
Scotland women’s captain Rachel Corsie is thrilled with their World Cup draw and believes they can reach the knockout stages.
A youth football team ended the season on a high after taking home their first Scottish Cup for the club in 12 years.
Aberdeen's Rachel Corsie said Scotland women’s tight 1-0 defeat to world champions the USA was a “step forward”.
Women’s football in the north-east: Scotland heroes Corsie and Little revisit their beginnings in the game
Scotland's women – with two north-east players at the heart of Shelley Kerr’s side – qualified for the World Cup in France next year.
Aberdeen's Rachel Corsie didn’t know “what to do” as Scotland’s women’s place at the “pinnacle of football” – the World Cup – was confirmed.
Aberdeen's Rachel Corsie has been announced as the new captain of the Scotland Women’s National Team with Mintlaw’s Kim Little taking up the position of vice-captain.
Aberdeen’s Rachel Corsie has been named in the Scotland Women’s squad for this summer’s European Championships.