Scotland’s women have been handed an exciting but tough draw for next summer’s World Cup.
Aberdeen's Rachel Corsie said Scotland women’s tight 1-0 defeat to world champions the USA was a “step forward”.
Scotland women’s boss Shelley Kerr will use tonight’s friendly with the USA to start testing her squad ahead of next year’s World Cup.
Mintlaw's Kim Little is set to miss 10 weeks after fracturing her leg playing for English Women's Super League side Arsenal.
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.