Scotland national football team 1960–79 results

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This article lists the results for the Scotland national football team between 1960 and 1979.

Key[edit]

Results[edit]

Scotland's score is shown first in each case.

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scotland scorers Att. Ref.
9 April 1960 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 1–1 British Home Championship Graham Leggat 129,193 [1]
4 May 1960 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Poland 2–3 Friendly Denis Law, Ian St. John 26,643 [1]
29 May 1960 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)  Austria 1–4 Friendly Dave Mackay 60,000 [1]
5 June 1960 Nepstadion, Budapest (A)  Hungary 3–3 Friendly William Hunter, George Herd, Alex Young 90,000 [1]
8 June 1960 19.Mayis Stadion, Ankara (A)  Turkey 2–4 Friendly Eric Caldow, Alex Young 22,507 [1]
22 October 1960 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 0–2 British Home Championship 55,000 [1]
9 November 1960 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 5–2 British Home Championship Denis Law, Eric Caldow, Alex Young, Ralph Brand (2) 34,564 [1]
15 April 1961 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 3–9 British Home Championship Dave Mackay, Davie Wilson (2)[note 1] 97,350 [2]
3 May 1961 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Republic of Ireland 4–1 World Cup qualification Ralph Brand (2), David Herd (2) 46,696 [2]
7 May 1961 Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)  Republic of Ireland 3–0 World Cup qualification Alex Young (2), Ralph Brand 45,000 [2]
14 May 1961 Tehelne Pole Stadion, Bratislava (A)  Czechoslovakia 0–4 World Cup qualification 50,000 [2]
26 September 1961 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Czechoslovakia 3–2 World Cup qualification Ian St. John, Denis Law (2) 51,590 [2]
7 October 1961 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)  Northern Ireland 6–1 British Home Championship Davie Wilson, Alex Scott (3), Ralph Brand (2) 41,000 [2]
8 November 1961 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 2–0 British Home Championship Ian St. John (2) 74,329 [2]
29 November 1961 Stade Heysel, Brussels (N)  Czechoslovakia 2–4 World Cup qualification[note 2] Ian St. John (2) 7,000 [2]
14 April 1962 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 2–0 British Home Championship Davie Wilson, Eric Caldow 132,441 [2]
2 May 1962 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Uruguay 2–3 Friendly Jim Baxter, Ralph Brand 67,181 [2]
20 October 1962 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 3–2 British Home Championship Eric Caldow, Denis Law, Willie Henderson 50,000 [2]
7 November 1962 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 5–1 British Home Championship Denis Law (4), Willie Henderson 58,734 [2]
6 April 1963 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 2–1 British Home Championship Jim Baxter (2) 98,606 [2]
8 May 1963 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Austria 4–1 Friendly[note 3] Davie Wilson (2), Denis Law (2) 94,596 [2]
4 June 1963 Brann Stadion, Bergen (A)  Norway 3–4 Friendly Denis Law (3) 23,000 [2]
9 June 1963 Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)  Republic of Ireland 0–1 Friendly 30,000 [2]
13 June 1963 Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid (A)  Spain 6–2 Friendly Denis Law, Dave Gibson, Frank McLintock, Davie Wilson, Willie Henderson, Ian St. John 40,000 [2]
12 October 1963 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)  Northern Ireland 1–2 British Home Championship Ian St. John 39,000 [2]
7 November 1963 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Norway 6–1 Friendly Denis Law (4), Dave Mackay (2) 35,416 [2]
20 November 1963 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 2–1 British Home Championship John White, Denis Law 56,067 [2]
11 April 1964 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 1–0 British Home Championship Alan Gilzean 133,245 [2]
12 May 1964 Niedersachsen Stadion, Hannover (A)  West Germany 2–2 Friendly Alan Gilzean (2) 75,000 [2]
3 October 1964 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 2–3 British Home Championship Stevie Chalmers, Dave Gibson 37,093 [2]
21 October 1964 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Finland 3–1 World Cup qualification Denis Law, Stevie Chalmers, Dave Gibson 54,442 [2]
25 November 1964 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 3–2 British Home Championship Davie Wilson (2), Alan Gilzean 48,752 [2]
10 April 1965 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 2–2 British Home Championship Denis Law, Ian St. John 98,199 [2]
8 May 1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Spain 0–0 Friendly 60,146 [2]
23 May 1965 Stadion Slaski, Chorzów (A)  Poland 1–1 World Cup qualification Denis Law 67,462 [2]
27 May 1965 Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A)  Finland 2–1 World Cup qualification Davie Wilson, John Greig 20,162 [2]
2 October 1965 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)  Northern Ireland 2–3 British Home Championship Alan Gilzean (2) 50,000 [2]
13 October 1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Poland 1–2 World Cup qualification Billy McNeill 107,580 [2]
9 November 1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Italy 1–0 World Cup qualification John Greig 100,393 [2]
24 November 1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 4–1 British Home Championship Bobby Murdoch (2), Willie Henderson, John Greig 49,888 [2]
7 December 1965 Stadio San Paolo, Naples (A)  Italy 0–3 World Cup qualification 68,873 [2]
2 April 1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 3–4 British Home Championship Denis Law, Jimmy Johnstone (2) 123,052 [3]
11 May 1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Netherlands 0–3 Friendly 16,513 [3]
18 June 1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Portugal 0–1 Friendly 23,332 [3]
25 June 1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Brazil 1–1 Friendly Stevie Chalmers 74,933 [3]
22 October 1966 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 1–1 British Home Championship[note 4] Denis Law 33,269 [3]
16 November 1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 2–1 British Home Championship[note 4] Bobby Murdoch, Bobby Lennox 45,281 [3]
15 April 1967 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 3–2 British Home Championship[note 4] Denis Law, Bobby Lennox, Jim McCalliog 99,063 [3]
10 May 1967 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Soviet Union 0–2 Friendly 53,497 [3]
21 October 1967 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)  Northern Ireland 0–1 British Home Championship[note 4] 55,000 [3]
22 November 1967 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 3–2 British Home Championship[note 4] Alan Gilzean (2), Ronnie McKinnon 57,472 [3]
24 February 1968 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 1–1 British Home Championship[note 4] John Hughes 134,000 [3]
30 May 1968 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A)  Netherlands 0–0 Friendly 19,000 [3]
16 October 1968 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)  Denmark 1–0 Friendly Bobby Lennox 11,900 [3]
6 November 1968 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Austria 2–1 World Cup qualification Denis Law, Billy Bremner 80,856 [3]
11 December 1968 GSP Stadium, Nicosia (A)  Cyprus 5–0 World Cup qualification Alan Gilzean (2), Bobby Murdoch, Colin Stein (2) 5,895 [3]
16 April 1969 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  West Germany 1–1 World Cup qualification Bobby Murdoch 96,292 [3]
3 May 1969 Racecourse Ground, Wrexham (A)  Wales 5–3 British Home Championship Billy McNeill, Colin Stein, Alan Gilzean, Billy Bremner, Tommy McLean 18,765 [3]
6 May 1969 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 1–1 British Home Championship Colin Stein 7,483 [3]
10 May 1969 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 1–4 British Home Championship Colin Stein 89,902 [3]
17 May 1969 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Cyprus 8–0 World Cup qualification Eddie Gray, Billy McNeill, Colin Stein (4), Willie Henderson, Tommy Gemmell 39,095 [3]
21 September 1969 Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)  Republic of Ireland 1–1 Friendly Colin Stein 30,000 [3]
22 October 1969 Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (A)  West Germany 2–3 World Cup qualification Jimmy Johnstone, Alan Gilzean 70,448 [3]
5 November 1969 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)  Austria 0–2 World Cup qualification 10,091 [3]
18 April 1970 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)  Northern Ireland 1–0 British Home Championship John O'Hare 31,000 [3]
22 April 1970 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 0–0 British Home Championship 30,434 [3]
25 April 1970 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 0–0 British Home Championship 137,438 [3]
11 November 1970 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Denmark 1–0 Euro 1972 qualifying John O'Hare 24,618 [3]
3 February 1971 Stade Sclessin, Liège (A)  Belgium 0–3 Euro 1972 qualifying 13,931 [4]
21 April 1971 Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (A)  Portugal 0–2 Euro 1972 qualifying 35,463 [4]
15 May 1971 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 0–0 British Home Championship 19,068 [4]
18 May 1971 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 0–1 British Home Championship 31,643 [4]
22 May 1971 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 1–3 British Home Championship Hugh Curran 91,469 [4]
9 June 1971 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)  Denmark 0–1 Euro 1972 qualifying 37,682 [4]
14 June 1971 Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow (A)  Soviet Union 0–1 Friendly 20,000 [4]
13 October 1971 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Portugal 2–1 Euro 1972 qualifying John O'Hare, Archie Gemmill 58,612 [4]
10 November 1971 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (H)  Belgium 1–0 Euro 1972 qualifying John O'Hare 36,500 [4]
1 December 1971 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A)  Netherlands 1–2 Friendly George Graham 20,000 [4]
26 April 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Peru 2–0 Friendly John O'Hare, Denis Law 21,001 [4]
20 May 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 2–0 British Home Championship Denis Law, Peter Lorimer 39,710 [4]
24 May 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 1–0 British Home Championship Peter Lorimer 21,332 [4]
27 May 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 0–1 British Home Championship 119,325 [4]
29 June 1972 Mineirão, Belo Horizonte (N)  Yugoslavia 2–2 Brazil Independence Cup Lou Macari (2) 4,000 [4]
2 July 1972 Estadio Biera Rio, Porto Alegre (N)  Czechoslovakia 0–0 Brazil Independence Cup 5,000 [4]
5 July 1972 Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–1 Brazil Independence Cup 130,000 [4]
18 October 1972 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)  Denmark 4–1 World Cup qualification Lou Macari, Jimmy Bone, Joe Harper, Willie Morgan 31,200 [4]
15 November 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Denmark 2–0 World Cup qualification Kenny Dalglish, Peter Lorimer 47,109 [4]
14 February 1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 0–5 Friendly[note 5] 48,470 [4]
12 May 1973 Racecourse Ground, Wrexham (A)  Wales 2–0 British Home Championship George Graham (2) 18,682 [4]
16 May 1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 1–2 British Home Championship Kenny Dalglish 39,018 [4]
19 May 1973 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 0–1 British Home Championship 95,950 [4]
22 June 1973 Wankdorf Stadion, Bern (A)   Switzerland 0–1 Friendly 10,000 [4]
30 June 1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Brazil 0–1 Friendly[note 5] 78,181 [4]
26 September 1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Czechoslovakia 2–1 World Cup qualification Jim Holton, Joe Jordan 95,786 [4]
17 October 1973 Tehelne Pole Stadion, Bratislava (A)  Czechoslovakia 0–1 World Cup qualification 13,668 [4]
14 November 1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  West Germany 1–1 Friendly[note 5] Jim Holton 58,235 [4]
27 March 1974 Waldstadion, Frankfurt (A)  West Germany 1–2 Friendly Kenny Dalglish 62,000 [4]
11 May 1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 0–1 British Home Championship 53,775 [4]
14 May 1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 2–0 British Home Championship Kenny Dalglish, Sandy Jardine 41,969 [4]
18 May 1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 2–0 British Home Championship Joe Jordan, Own goal 94,487 [4]
1 June 1974 Stade Klokke, Bruges (A)  Belgium 1–2 Friendly Jimmy Johnstone 7,769 [4]
6 June 1974 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)  Norway 2–1 Friendly Joe Jordan, Kenny Dalglish 18,432 [4]
14 June 1974 Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (N)  Zaire 2–0 World Cup Peter Lorimer, Joe Jordan 25,800 [4]
18 June 1974 Waldstadion, Frankfurt (N)  Brazil 0–0 World Cup 62,000 [4]
22 June 1974 Waldstadion, Frankfurt (N)  Yugoslavia 1–1 World Cup Joe Jordan 56,000 [4]
30 October 1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  East Germany 3–0 Friendly Tommy Hutchison, Kenny Burns, Kenny Dalglish 39,445 [4]
20 November 1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Spain 1–2 Euro 1976 qualifying Billy Bremner 94,331 [4]
5 February 1975 Estadio Luis Casanova, Valencia (A)  Spain 1–1 Euro 1976 qualifying Joe Jordan 40,952 [4]
16 April 1975 Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg (A)  Sweden 1–1 Friendly Ted MacDougall 15,574 [4]
13 May 1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Portugal 1–0 Friendly Own goal 34,307 [4]
17 May 1975 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 2–2 British Home Championship Colin Jackson, Bruce Rioch 23,509 [4]
20 May 1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 3–0 British Home Championship Ted MacDougall, Kenny Dalglish, Derek Parlane 64,696 [4]
24 May 1975 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 1–5 British Home Championship Bruce Rioch 98,241 [4]
1 June 1975 Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest (A)  Romania 1–1 Euro 1976 qualifying Gordon McQueen 52,203 [4]
3 September 1975 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)  Denmark 1–0 Euro 1976 qualifying Joe Harper 40,300 [4]
29 October 1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Denmark 3–1 Euro 1976 qualifying Kenny Dalglish, Bruce Rioch, Ted MacDougall 48,021 [4]
17 December 1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Romania 1–1 Euro 1976 qualifying Bruce Rioch 11,375 [4]
7 April 1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)   Switzerland 1–0 Friendly Willie Pettigrew 15,531 [5]
6 May 1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 3–1 British Home Championship Willie Pettigrew, Bruce Rioch, Eddie Gray 25,466 [5]
8 May 1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 3–0 British Home Championship Archie Gemmill, Don Masson, Kenny Dalglish 49,897 [5]
15 May 1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 2–1 British Home Championship Don Masson, Kenny Dalglish 85,167 [5]
8 September 1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Finland 6–0 Friendly Bruce Rioch, Don Masson, Kenny Dalglish, Andy Gray (2), Eddie Gray 16,338 [5]
13 October 1976 Sparta Stadion, Prague (A)  Czechoslovakia 0–2 World Cup qualification 38,000 [5]
17 November 1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 1–0 World Cup qualification Own goal 63,233 [5]
27 April 1977 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Sweden 3–1 Friendly Asa Hartford, Kenny Dalglish, Joe Craig 22,659 [5]
28 May 1977 Racecourse Ground, Wrexham (A)  Wales 0–0 British Home Championship 14,469 [5]
1 June 1977 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 3–0 British Home Championship Kenny Dalglish (2), Gordon McQueen 44,699 [5]
4 June 1977 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 2–1 British Home Championship Gordon McQueen, Kenny Dalglish 98,103 [5]
15 June 1977 Estadio Nacional de Chile, Santiago (A)  Chile 4–2 Friendly Kenny Dalglish, Lou Macari (2), Asa Hartford 17,000 [5]
18 June 1977 Estadio Boca Juniors, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 1–1 Friendly Don Masson 57,000 [5]
23 June 1977 Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–2 Friendly 60,763 [5]
7 September 1977 Stadion der Weltjugend, East Berlin (A)  East Germany 0–1 Friendly 50,000 [5]
21 September 1977 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Czechoslovakia 3–1 World Cup qualification Joe Jordan, Asa Hartford, Kenny Dalglish 85,000 [5]
12 October 1977 Anfield, Liverpool (N)[note 6]  Wales 2–0 World Cup qualification Don Masson, Kenny Dalglish 50,850 [5]
22 February 1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Bulgaria 2–1 Friendly Archie Gemmill, Ian Wallace 57,344 [5]
13 May 1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 1–1 British Home Championship Derek Johnstone 64,433 [5]
17 May 1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 1–1 British Home Championship Derek Johnstone 70,241 [5]
20 May 1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 0–1 British Home Championship 88,319 [5]
3 June 1978 Estadio Chateau Carreras, Córdoba (N)  Peru 1–3 World Cup Joe Jordan 37,927 [5]
7 June 1978 Estadio Chateau Carreras, Córdoba (N)  Iran 1–1 World Cup Own goal 7,938 [5]
11 June 1978 Estadio San Martin, Mendoza (N)  Netherlands 3–2 World Cup Kenny Dalglish, Archie Gemmill (2) 35,130 [5]
20 September 1978 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)  Austria 2–3 Euro 1980 qualifying Gordon McQueen, Andy Gray 62,281 [5]
25 October 1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Norway 3–2 Euro 1980 qualifying Kenny Dalglish (2), Archie Gemmill 65,372 [5]
29 November 1978 Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (A)  Portugal 0–1 Euro 1980 qualifying 70,000 [5]
19 May 1979 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)  Wales 0–3 British Home Championship 20,371 [5]
22 May 1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 1–0 British Home Championship Arthur Graham 28,524 [5]
26 May 1979 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 1–3 British Home Championship John Wark 100,000 [5]
2 June 1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Argentina 1–3 Friendly Arthur Graham 61,918 [5]
7 June 1979 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)  Norway 4–0 Euro 1980 qualifying Joe Jordan, Kenny Dalglish, John Robertson, Gordon McQueen 17,269 [5]
12 September 1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Peru 1–1 Friendly Own goal 41,035 [5]
17 October 1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Austria 1–1 Euro 1980 qualifying Archie Gemmill 67,895 [5]
21 November 1979 Stade Heysel, Brussels (A)  Belgium 0–2 Euro 1980 qualifying 14,289 [5]
19 December 1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Belgium 1–3 Euro 1980 qualifying John Robertson 25,389 [5]

Record by opponent[edit]

Opponent Pld W D L GF GA
 Argentina 2 0 1 1 2 4
 Austria 6 2 1 3 10 12
 Belgium 5 1 0 4 3 10
 Brazil 5 0 2 3 1 5
 Bulgaria 1 1 0 0 2 1
 Chile 1 1 0 0 4 2
 Cyprus 2 2 0 0 13 0
 Czechoslovakia 8 3 1 4 10 15
 Denmark 7 6 0 1 12 3
 East Germany 2 1 0 1 3 1
 England 21 7 4 10 28 45
 Finland 3 3 0 0 11 2
 Hungary 1 0 1 0 3 3
 Iran 1 0 1 0 1 1
 Italy 2 1 0 1 1 3
 Netherlands 4 1 1 2 4 7
 Northern Ireland 19 11 2 6 40 19
 Norway 5 4 0 1 18 8
 Peru 3 1 1 1 4 4
 Poland 3 0 1 2 4 6
 Portugal 5 2 0 3 3 5
 Republic of Ireland 4 2 1 1 8 3
 Romania 2 0 2 0 2 2
 Soviet Union 2 0 0 2 0 3
 Spain 4 1 2 1 8 5
  Switzerland 2 1 0 1 1 1
 Sweden 2 1 1 0 4 2
 Turkey 1 0 0 1 2 4
 Uruguay 1 0 0 1 2 3
 Wales 21 12 6 3 36 22
 West Germany 5 0 3 2 7 9
 Yugoslavia 2 0 2 0 3 3
 Zaire 1 1 0 0 2 0

British Home Championship record by season[edit]

Year Placing
1959–60 1st (joint)
1960–61 3rd
1961–62 1st
1962–63 1st
1963–64 1st (joint)
1964–65 3rd
1965–66 3rd
1966–67 1st
1967–68 2nd
1968–69 2nd
1969–70 1st (joint)
1970–71 4th
1971–72 1st (joint)
1972–73 3rd
1973–74 1st (joint)
1974–75 2nd (joint)
1975–76 1st
1976–77 1st
1977–78 3rd
1978–79 3rd

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The SFA credit the third Scotland goal to Davie Wilson [1], but RSSSF credit the goal to Pat Quinn [2].
  2. ^ The match was played as a tie-breaking play-off because Scotland and Czechoslovakia were level on 6 points. It finished 2–2 after 90 minutes and was decided by a period of extra time.
  3. ^ The match was abandoned after 79 minutes by English referee Jim Finney after two Austrian players were sent off. Finney said afterwards: "I felt that I had to abandon the match or somebody would have been seriously hurt."[3] The match was recognised by FIFA as an official international and caps were awarded by the SFA.
  4. ^ a b c d e f The 1967 and 1968 British Home Championships were also used as a UEFA Euro 1968 qualifying group. Scotland finished in second place in group 8 and did not progress further in the competition.
  5. ^ a b c Three friendly matches were organised in 1973 to celebrate the centenary of the Scottish Football Association. These were against traditional rivals England, 1970 FIFA World Cup winners Brazil and UEFA Euro 1972 winners West Germany.
  6. ^ Ninian Park, the normal home ground for Wales at the time, was not used because there had been disorder at a Wales match there in 1976. The Football Association of Wales decided to play the match at Anfield, rather than an alternative Welsh ground such as the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham, because it had a much greater capacity. [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Brown, Alan; Tossani, Gabriele (23 January 2014). "Scotland - International Matches 1956-1960". www.rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah Brown, Alan; Tossani, Gabriele (23 January 2014). "Scotland - International Matches 1961-1965". www.rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 2 February 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Brown, Alan; Tossani, Gabriele (23 January 2014). "Scotland - International Matches 1966-1970". www.rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 2 February 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw Brown, Alan; Tossani, Gabriele (19 December 2013). "Scotland - International Matches 1971-1975". www.rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj Brown, Alan; Tossani, Gabriele (23 January 2014). "Scotland - International Matches 1976-1980". www.rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 8 February 2014. 

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