Scotland women's national football team 1972–99 results

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This article lists the results of the Scotland women's national football team from 1972 to 1999. The list excludes unofficial matches, where the opposition did not have full international status or it was played behind closed doors.

1970s[edit]

1972[edit]

1973[edit]

23 Jun 1973 England 8 – 0 ScotlandNuneaton

1974[edit]

21 Sep 1974 Italy 4 – 3 ScotlandRavenna
24 Sep 1974 Italy 3 – 0 ScotlandMilan

1975[edit]

26 Apr 1975 Scotland 4 – 3 WalesHamilton

1976[edit]

21 May 1976 Three NationsWales 1 – 2 ScotlandSt Albans
23 May 1976 Three NationsEngland 5 – 1 ScotlandEnfield
26 Sep 1976 Wales 2 – 3 ScotlandPrestatyn

1977[edit]

1978[edit]

29 Jul 1978 Scotland 0 – 0  SwitzerlandPescara
31 Jul 1978 Scotland 3 – 2 YugoslaviaPescara
5 Aug 1978 Italy 4 – 1 ScotlandPescara

1979[edit]

22 Apr 1979 Scotland 3 – 1 WalesDundee
20 Jul 1979 Unofficial EurosFrance 0 – 0 ScotlandRimini
22 Jul 1979 Unofficial EurosDenmark 2 – 0 ScotlandRiccione

1980s[edit]

1980[edit]

27 Apr 1980 Wales 0 – 1 ScotlandCardiff

1981[edit]

26 Apr 1981 Scotland 0 – 0 WalesHamilton
25 Aug 1981 Belgium 0 – 1 ScotlandSardinia
27 Aug 1981 Italy 3 – 0 ScotlandAlghero

1982[edit]

19 Aug 1982 Italy 1 – 2 ScotlandMonfalcone
22 Aug 1982 Italy 4 – 1 ScotlandGrado
3 Oct 1982 Scotland 0 – 4 EnglandDumbarton

1983[edit]

22 May 1983 England 2 – 0 ScotlandLeeds

1984[edit]

22 Apr 1984 Wales 8 – 1 ScotlandColwyn Bay

1985[edit]

17 Mar 1985 England 4 – 0 ScotlandPreston

1986[edit]

3 May 1986 Scotland 0 – 1 DenmarkEdinburgh

1987[edit]

7 Nov 1987 Netherlands 4 – 0 ScotlandNuth

1988[edit]

1989[edit]

1990s[edit]

1990[edit]

6 May 1990 Scotland 0 – 4 EnglandLove Street, Paisley

1991[edit]

20 Apr 1991 England 5 – 0 ScotlandHigh Wycombe

1992[edit]

1993[edit]

1994[edit]

9 May 1994 Scotland 1 – 4 IcelandTinto Park, Glasgow

1995[edit]

1996[edit]

17 Nov 1996 Scotland 0 – 2 WalesSomerset Park, Ayr
10 Dec 1996 Brazil 5 – 0 ScotlandSão Paulo
12 Dec 1996 Brazil 6 – 0 ScotlandSão Paulo
14 Dec 1996 Brazil 7 – 1 ScotlandSão Paulo

1997[edit]

1998[edit]

11 Oct 1998 Spain 4 – 1 ScotlandCordoba
16 Dec 1998 Netherlands 1 – 0 ScotlandZeist

1999[edit]

15 Apr 1999 Albena Cup[2]Russia 0 – 0 ScotlandVarna
18 Apr 1999 Albena Cup[2]Russia 3 – 0 ScotlandVarna
14 Aug 1999 Finland 2 – 0 ScotlandKauniainen

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Fadeyev, Sergey; Garin, Erik; Tsirov, Iordan (31 December 2009). "Grand Hotel Varna Cup and Albena Cup (Women)". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved 25 December 2013.
  2. ^ a b c d e Garin, Erik (10 May 2003). "Albena Cup 1999 (Bulgaria)". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved 25 December 2013.

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