Scotland Women’s National Team captain Rachel Corsie thinks fellow Aberdonian Rachael Boyle’s return to action with the Dark Blues is a “credit to her”.
Scotland's women have beaten Albania 5-0 in Euro 2021 qualifying.
Aberdeen's Rachael Boyle has received a Scotland recall for the SWNT's Euro 2021 qualifier against Albania next month.
Scotland's women must learn the lessons from their opening two World Cup games to see off Argentina on Wednesday.
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.
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.
Manchester United forward Lizzie Arnot says “amazing” Aberdeen-raised Olympic hero Dame Katherine Grainger has inspired Scotland’s women ahead of their maiden World Cup.
Excitement is building as Shelley Kerr’s Scotland team get ready for their Women’s World Cup debut next Sunday.
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.
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.
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.
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.