The Scotland squad have been welcomed home in Edinburgh following their exit from the Women’s World Cup in France.
Rachel Corsie frustrated by ‘ridiculous’ refereeing decisions as Scotland exit World Cup after late drama
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie criticised North Korean referee Hyang-Ok Ri after her side’s heartbreaking World Cup exit last night.
Shelley Kerr insists Scotland are aiming to beat Japan on Friday in order to keep alive their hopes of making the Women’s World Cup knockout stages.
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.
It is the oldest festival in Aberdeen and has previously featured such world-renowned stars as Annie Lennox and Dame Evelyn Glennie.
Rachel Corsie hopes Scotland’s women have earned a loyal backing after their Hampden Park send-off.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie took a “huge gamble” that was alien to her nature when giving up her accountancy job to embark on life in full-time professional football in 2014.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie keen on savouring the moment of leading out her country at its first World Cup
Savouring the experience has become Rachel Corsie’s newest mantra.
More than 1,500 youngsters were cheered on by world-class sports stars at a special event in the north-east yesterday.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie says Tuesday’s friendly against Jamaica at Hampden Park will provide the national team with the perfect send off for next month’s World Cup in France.
Women’s football in Scotland is enjoying a surge of success, and national team captain and frequent flier Rachel Corsie is at the heart of it
Rachel Corsie has learned that you can’t achieve your potential in women’s football without racking up the frequent flier miles.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie reckons the release of new kits for the women's side adds to the excitement of their first World Cup.
Scotland women’s national team is enjoying an unprecedented period of success and public profile but captain Rachel Corsie knows maintaining the feelgood factor is key to growing the game in this country.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie hopes altitude training in Utah can help her scale the heights of leading her country out in the finals of the World Cup next summer.
Scotland recorded the victory they wanted but not by the two-goal margin they craved after beating Switzerland 2-1 in their women’s World Cup qualifier in Paisley.