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Rangers could play into Celtic's hands at Ibrox - Brendan Rodgers #SCO #WeAreScotland #ENGSCO #FNH https://t.co/2CgzVGRK7j
U19s | Scotland Under-19 striker Oli Shaw leading the way 👏�https://t.co/5nwzkap4iSiS
125 crews representing 8 Scottish universities will compete in Europe's largest student regatta this weekend… https://t.co/syfkwn7e2K
Here's Eric of the #BayCityRollers #BCRs on the cover of FAN 33. Yours for 15p. Land ahoy! #tartanarmy pic.twitter.com/pg5YGgf8dH
Chancers, Dancers and Romancers https://t.co/A9zZesLeHR #scotland #tartanarmy #football
Thanks to everyone who attended the fan zone before the Slovenia match on Sunday. We hope you enjoyed it! pic.twitter.com/lBQ5nx9qvL
Skipper McCrorie satisfied as Under-19s progress: Scotland Under-19s have qualified for the UEFA Under-19 Cha... https://t.co/az5kOAavfz
ON THIS DAY | In 1999, Don Hutchison scored as Scotland beat Germany 1-0 at the Weserstadion Bremen. A nice start to the long weekend!

Football Country Background and History

National Football Team and Management: Scotland

Contact Details:
Scottish Football Association
6th Floor
Hampden Park
Glasgow
G42 9BA
Telephone: 0141 616 6000

Team Nicknames: The Scotland National Football Team's nickname is 'The Tartan Terriers' but Scotland supporters are more widely known as 'The Tartan Army.'

 

Honours

Honours Scotland: National Team

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Ground
Hampden Park
Capacity
52,063
Chairman
Campbell Ogilvie
Manager
Gordon Strachan
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"Sometimes to go forward you've got to go to the depths of your own personal despair and claw yourself back. From that point, no matter what happens, you know you can do it." Gordon Strahan

History of Football: Scotland - National Team

Origins: The Scotland National football team is governed by The Scottish Football Association (SFA) which was formed in 1873 and is the world's second oldest football association, behind the FA.

The Scotland team was formed at the same time as the England National team when the (English) Football Association (FA) organised a representative match between Scotland and England on 5th March, 1870. Scottish football team representatives organised a return fixture on 30th November, 1872 at Hamilton Crescent in Scotland. This fixture is considered to be the first official international football match in history.

The SFA is a member of both UEFA and FIFA. It also sits on the Board of the International Football Association Board (IFAB) which is the body responsible for the laws of football.

 

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First Football Histories Scotland: National Team

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