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.