England, Scotland plus the other home nations have discovered their opposition for next season’s UEFA Nations League.
Following a successful visit to Cyprus on Saturday, Scotland finish their Euro Qualifying at home to Kazakhstan at Hampden Park.
Scotland continue preparations for their Euro 2020 Qualifying Play-offs as they take on Cyprus at the GSP Stadium, Nicosia in a dead rubber Group I tie.
After suffering a crushing defeat in Russia to destroy their faint qualification hopes, Scotland meet bottom-placed San Marino in Group I at Hampden Park.
With hopes of automatic Euro 2020 qualification all but virtually gone, Scotland visit second-placed Russia at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, as the Tartan Army look to build some form heading into next March’s play-offs.
With their automatic qualification dreams now all but in tatters after Friday’s defeat to Russia, Scotland take on Belgium at Hampden Park in their second Euro 2020 qualifier of this fortnight.
Scotland come into this international break still fighting for automatic qualification into next summer’s UEFA Euro 2020 tournament, as they host second-placed Russia at Hamden Park.
After taking a huge win over Cyprus in Steve Clarke’s first game as manager on Saturday, Scotland now face a tough away test to Belgium at the King Baudouin Stadium in their latest Euro 2020 qualifier.
Barely less than three weeks after being hired as Scotland’s new manager, Steve Clarke’s Tartan Army welcome Cyprus to Hampden Park for a critical UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier.
After a diabolical performance in Kazakhstan on Thursday, Scotland will be hoping for redemption against San Marino at the San Marino Stadium.
Scotland kick off their Euro 2020 qualifying bid with a trip to Kazakhstan as they look to reach their first major finals since the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
This month’s international action concludes at Hampden Park as Scotland meet Israel in a winners-take-all promotion showdown in Group C1.
Scotland visit Albania for a crucial UEFA Nations League Group C1 showdown where victory will put them in pole position to qualify, whilst defeat here then victory over Israel creates a mathematical conundrum.
After a shock defeat in Israel on Thursday, Scotland are back in action on home turf as they meet Portugal at Hampden Park for a friendly.
The second International round of this season gets underway in Tel Aviv as Israel host Scotland in their Group C1.