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Scotland National Team


Caps & Goals
19 Jan, 2019

Caps as at 05/01/2019 Total Offical Caps
1 Scott Mollison 24 9
2 Ben Tough 20 7
3 Fraser Smith 18 6
4 Ryan Robb 17 3
5 Craig McLeish 16 6
6 Dayle Robertson 15 5
7 James Yates 14 9
8 Kyle Ballingall 13 2
9 Scott Smith 12 3
10 Jack Guthrie 11 3
11 Craig Holmes 10 3
11 Neil Laurenson 10 0
12 Kevin Hagan 9 0
12 Mark Caldow 9 6
13 Gordon McGillivray 8 6
13 Andrew McCulloch 8 6
13 Brad Steedman 8 3
14 Scott Chaplin 7 3
14 Ross Chisholm 7 3
14 Martin Cassells 7 0
14 Lee Cameron 7 3
14 Conor McLaren 7 3
15 Richard Horlock 5 0
15 Sean Mushin 5 3
16 Rhys Davis 5 3
17 John McLean 4 3
17 Ahmed Aloulou 4 0
17 Paul McLaughlin 4 0
17 Daniel MacKenzie 4 3
18 Alan Cunnigham 3 0
18 Graham Muir 3 3
18 Scott Lafftery 3 3
18 Garry Hay 3 3
18 James Grady 3 3
18 Derryn Kesson 3 3
19 Adam Whitelaw 2 0
19 David Mennie 2 0
19 Jamie Forsyth 2 0
19 Connor Thomson 2 0
19 Laim Kelly 2 0
19 Joe Andrew 2 0
19 Paul Simpson 2 0
19 Youssef Aloulou 2 0
20 Darren Clarkson 1 0
20 Craig Rathney 1 0
20 Scott Ballingall 1 0
20 Kenny Hynd 1 0
20 Michael Connor 1 0

Goals as at 05/01/2019 Total Competitive
1 Scott Mollison 7 0
1 Craig McLeish 7 0
2 Scott Smith 5 2
2 Connor McLaren 5 2
3 Ahmed Aloulou 4 0
3 Sean Mushin 4 2
3 Kyle Ballingall 4 0
3 Dayle Robertson 4 0
4 Fraser Smith 3 0
4 Joe Andrew 3 0
4 Jack Guthrie 3 0
5 Kevin Hagan 2 0
5 Rhys Davis 2 1
5 Lee Cameron 2 0
5 Ryan Robb 2 0
5 James Yates 2 2
6 Mark Caldow 1 0
6 Jamie Forsyth 1 0
6 Gary Hay 1 1
6 Scott Lafferty 1 0
6 Craig Holmes 1 0
6 Neil Laurenson 1 0
6 Brad Steadman 1 1

Results
19 Jan, 2019

EURO FUTSAL 2016 PRELIM ROUND

14/01/2015 - Scotland 1-6 Israel

15/01/2015 - Scotland 0-13 Sweden

17/01/2015 - Scotland 1-6 Armenia

FRIENDLY 2016

27/04/2016 - Scotland 4-3 Gibraltar

28/04/2016 - Scotland 4-2 Gibraltar

HOME NATIONS 2016

02/12/2016 - Scotland 0-9 England

03/12/2016 - Scotland 2-5 Wales

04/12/2016 - Scotland 8-2 Northern Ireland

EURO FUTSAL 2018 PRELIM ROUND

24/01/2017 - Scotland 2-6 Switzerland

25/01/2017 - Scotland 0-11 Georgia

27/01/2017 - Scotland 2-6 Israel

HOME NATIONS 2017

01/12/2017 - Scotland 4-1 Northern Ireland

02/12/2017 - Scotland 3-3 Wales

03/12/2017 - Scotland 0-5 England

FRIENDLY 2018

22/06/2018 - Scotland 8-6 Northern Ireland

23/06/2018 - Scotland 6-6 Northern Ireland

27/10/2018 - Scotland 3-0 Gibraltar

28/10/2018 - Scotland 4-1 Gibraltar

HOME NATIONS 2018

30/11/2018 - Scotland 6-2 Northern Ireland

01/12/2018 - Scotland 1-3 England

02/12/2018 - Scotland 2-6 Wales

FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2020 PRELIM ROUND

29/01/2019 - Scotland 3-4 Turkey

30/01/2019 - Scotland 1-10 Bosnia & Herzegovina

01/02/2019 - Scotland 1-4 Switzerland
Futsal World Cup 2020
3 Jan, 2019

Scotland’s futsal team has been drawn in Group F for the Preliminary Round of FIFA Futsal World Cup qualifying, marking the first step on the road to the finals in Lithuania in 2020.

Scott Chaplain’s side will travel to Bosnia-Herzegovina at the end of January for their preliminary round fixtures, with Scotland facing Turkey and Switzerland in addition to their hosts.

Having never participated on the biggest stage in world futsal, Scotland will aim to be one of nations heading to Lithuania in September 2020 to challenge for the world title.

However, with only six berths available to European nations, the qualifying campaign promises to be a tough one for Chaplain and his men.
Should Scotland emerge from their preliminary round group, they would then travel to Croatia in October 2019 as part of Group Seven in the Main Round draw, which was also made this afternoon in Nyon.

In addition to their hosts and the runners-up from Preliminary Round Group E, Scotland would have to overcome 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup silver medallists Russia before progressing to the Elite Round – the final stage of qualifying prior to the finals tournament.

Chaplain and his side are only focusing on the first task at hand, though, one which the Scotland head coach is relishing.

“We’re really looking forward to it,” said Chaplain.

“It’s a difficult draw for us, there’s no doubt about that – Bosnia-Herzegovina, Turkey and Switzerland were all among the top three in their respective pots, and we’re still at a very early stage in our development.

“It’s a great challenge for us, though. We’ll definitely learn from playing these type of teams.

“It’s the next step on the journey for us, so it’s exciting to be involved. There are countries in the draw where futsal is a much more established part of the sporting scene, but the World Cup is a major incentive.

“It’ll be a new challenge for the majority of our players, going away and playing different countries outwith the Home Nations, but we’ve made massive progress in our league structure and coach education, for example, in recent years.

“This type of challenge can only improve us going forward.”

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