Scotland are out of the Women's World Cup in France, after drawing 3-3 with Argentina in Paris.
The Scottish Football Association has finally clinched a deal with Queen’s Park to buy Hampden.
Cove Ladies assistant says Women’s World Cup has been ‘superb’ for game with boss following Scotland in France
Cove Rangers Ladies got back to winning ways in the SWFL Division One North at the weekend, despite having a few important figures supporting Scotland in France.
Former Don Kenny McLean insists Scotland can take the game to the world’s best tonight.
Peterhead boss McInally recalls 1987 debut for Scotland against Belgium ahead of crucial Euro 2020 qualifier
Jim McInally recalls being given the runaround by Belgium on his Scotland debut.
McKenna – Boss Clarke has made Scotland hard to break down and we can get Euro 2020 qualifying result against Belgium
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is confident Scotland manager Steve Clarke’s organisation can frustrate the No 1 ranked side in the world.
Willie Miller: Euro 2020 qualifying win against Cyprus was a relief to Clarke and every Scotland supporter
It wasn't totally convincing – but Scotland got Steve Clarke’s reign as manager off to a winning start in what was a must-win game.
Former Don Ryan Fraser says he aspires to reach the same level as Belgian superstar Eden Hazard.
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.
The Scottish FA’s woman in the north-east has arrived in France to follow the national team’s World Cup debut – and she doesn’t want to come home after the group stage.
Rangers defender Jon Flanagan escaped retrospective punishment for his Old Firm clash with Scott Brown after Hampden disciplinary bosses ruled it did not meet the “brutality” test required for a sending off.
Shelley Kerr believes it would be a “watershed moment” for Scottish women’s football if her side can attract a crowd of more than 10,000 for their friendly against Jamaica at Hampden Park tonight.
Willie Miller thinks Steve Clarke’s appointment to the Scotland job will galvanise the national side’s fans.
Steve Clarke has vowed to emulate Scotland’s women and lead the national team back to the major international stage.
Boss Derek McInnes today ruled himself out of the running for the Scotland job as he is not ready to give up club management and is committed to leading Aberdeen.
Chairman Stewart Milne is confident manager Derek McInnes would reject any bid from the SFA to land him as the new Scotland manager.
Dons vice-chairman Dave Cormack believes manager Derek McInnes would be keen on the Scotland job – but now is not the right time.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today confirmed he would consider penning a new deal at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes won't be on the touchline for Saturday's league clash with Celtic - after he was handed a one-game ban by the SFA.
Former Aberdeen forward Malcolm Kpedekpo has been appointed to the board of the Scottish FA as an independent non-executive director.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists he is relishing the opportunity to put forward his point at an SFA hearing at Hampden next month.
Scotland legend Willie Miller thinks a shake-up of the “archaic” SFA is needed in the wake of Alex McLeish leaving the manager’s job.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was today served with a Notice of Complaint by the SFA for his sending off after reacting to sectarian abuse in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Alex McLeish will leave the Scotland manager's role with immediate effect, the Scottish FA has announced.
Aberdeen and Hearts have been charged by the SFA after a confrontation during Saturday's match at Tynecastle.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish has reportedly held talks with the SFA about his future.
The SFA and confusion go hand in hand, with this week’s speculation over the future of national team boss Alex McLeish another case in point.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish could be relieved of his duties in the next 24 hours.
SFA president Alan McRae believes tomorrow’s International Football Association Board (IFAB) AGM, which will be held in Aberdeen for the first time, is hugely important for Scottish football.