Two halves have left Scotland fighting for their World Cup dream.
Scotland's World Cup hopes hang by a thread after a 2-1 defeat to Japan.
Former Aberdeen winger Ryan Fraser calls on Tartan Army backing for Scotland’s crucial Hampden tie with Russia
Ryan Fraser admits it is imperative Scotland take points off Russia at Hampden to keep their Euro 2020 automatic qualification hopes alive.
A dominant Belgium saw off Scotland 3-0 in Brussels with Romelu Lukaku on the scoresheet twice.
Jamie Durent’s Scotland blog: Tartan Army touch down in Brussels, a city clinging to past and present
Peering our heads out of a below-ground restaurant on Monday night, you could already hear the echoes of beery voices in the distance. The unmistakable call of the football fan on tour.
Steve Clarke’s new rule about Scotland players eating together has given Ryan Fraser food for thought.
Kenny McLean reckons Scotland have the quality to hurt Belgium.
Charlie Mulgrew insists he will always make himself available for Scotland.
Scotland captain Andy Robertson reckons his side must be prepared to suffer if they are to take anything from tonight’s European Championship qualifier against Belgium.
After Steve Clarke spoke with such conviction about the positivity surrounding the Scotland camp, that optimism came perilously close to being destroyed.
Magnificently Beat England would have had a nice ring to it. But there wasn’t to be a second MBE in one weekend for Shelley Kerr.
Analysis: Shelley Kerr’s Scotland can take positives from spirited second half display in World Cup opener
An opening tie against one of the tournament favourites was always going to be a tall order for Shelley Kerr’s side.
Oli Burke's late goal got Steve Clarke's Scotland tenure off to a winning start with a dramatic 2-1 European Championship qualifying victory over Cyprus.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke has made it his target to fill the empty seats at Hampden Park for September’s European qualifying double header against Russia and Belgium.
Steve Clarke and Shelley Kerr are hopeful of fulfilling the Tartan Army’s hopes of a memorable weekend for Scotland’s national football teams.
Andy Robertson is the first to acknowledge Scottish winners of the Champions League do not come around often.
Aberdeen co-manager Emma Hunter hopes the increased profile of the Scottish women’s team can inspire more young girls to play football.
As back-stories go, Sophie Howard has plenty to draw from.
Scott McKenna feels Scotland need to follow their female counterparts’ lead and attract the crowds back to Hampden.
Scotland goalkeeper Lee Alexander insists the team has not been scarred by its most recent encounter with England – a 6-0 thrashing in Euro 2017.
Lewis Morgan feels he is ready to force himself into Neil Lennon’s plans at Celtic.
Amid Norwich City’s title celebrations there was one very happy Scotsman “elected” to public office.
Qualifying for a major tournament with Scotland would be the pinnacle of new coach Steven Reid’s career.
Steven Reid has his old friend and mentor Steve Clarke to thank for helping him to go out on a high.
Mikey Devlin hopes his run of bad luck is over after earning a recall to the Scotland squad.
Rachel Corsie reflects on her Aberdeen upbringing as she prepares to lead Scotland into first ever World Cup appearance
Last week’s whistle-stop tour of Aberdeen barely gave Rachel Corsie chance to draw breath.
John Souttar takes joy in former Dundee United team-mate Andy Robertson’s rise to Champions League winner
They were kids who grew up together at Dundee United and continue to rub shoulders on Scotland duty.
Qualifying for Euro 2020 with Scotland would top Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay’s list of achievements
Scott McTominay insists qualifying for a major tournament with Scotland would top the list of his accomplishments from his fledlging Manchester United career.
Scotland striker Lana Clelland insists they cannot focus solely on England as they aim to get out of their World Cup group.
Gothenburg Great Bryan Gunn backs Aston Villa’s promotion hero Jed Steer to have Scotland role in the future
Former international goalkeeper Bryan Gunn reckons Jed Steer has the quality to be Scotland’s number one.
Hampden Park goal hero Caroline Weir believes Scotland can achieve something special at this summer’s World Cup.
Rachel Corsie hopes Scotland’s women have earned a loyal backing after their Hampden Park send-off.