Scotland International Football 1984-2019

Scotland National Football Team Results from 1983 to 1999

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Scotland National Football Team results, score, fixtures, venue, and goalscorers for each international football game from 1983 to 1999.

DateVenueOpponentsScoreCompetitionScotland Goalscorers
30/03/1983Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland2–2ECQG1John Wark, Charlie Nicholas
24/05/1983Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland0–0BHC
28/05/1983Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales2–0BHCAndy Gray, Alan Brazil
01/06/1983Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England0–2BHC
12/06/1983Empire Stadium, Vancouver (A)

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Canada2–0FriendlyGordon Strachan (pen.), Mark McGhee
16/06/1983Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton (A)

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Canada3–0FriendlyCharlie Nicholas, Richard Gough, Graeme Souness
19/06/1983Varsity Stadium, Toronto (A)

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Canada2–0FriendlyAndy Gray (2)
21/09/1983Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Uruguay Football

Uruguay2–0FriendlyJohn Robertson, Davie Dodds
12/10/1983Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Belgium Football

Belgium1–1ECQG1Charlie Nicholas
16/11/1983Kurt-Wabbel Stadion, Halle (A)

East Germany Football

East Germany1–2ECQG1Eamonn Bannon
13/12/1983Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland0–2BHC
28/02/1984Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales2–1BHCDavie Cooper, Maurice Johnston
26/05/1984Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England1–1BHCMark McGhee
01/06/1984Stade Velodrome, Marseilles (A)

France Football

France0–2Friendly
12/09/1984Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia6–1FriendlyDavie Cooper, Graeme Souness, Kenny Dalglish, Paul Sturrock, Maurice Johnston, Charlie Nicholas
17/10/1984Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Iceland football

Iceland3–0WCQG7Paul McStay (2), Charlie Nicholas
14/11/1984Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Spain Football

Spain3–1WCQG7Maurice Johnston (2), Kenny Dalglish
27/02/1985Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville (A)

Spain Football

Spain0–1WCQG7
27/03/1985Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales0–1WCQG7
25/05/1985Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England1–0Rous CupRichard Gough
28/05/1985Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík (A)

Iceland football

Iceland1–0WCQG7Jim Bett
10/09/1985Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales1–1WCQG7Davie Cooper (pen.)
16/10/1985Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

East Germany Football

East Germany0–0Friendly
20/11/1985Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Australia Football

Australia2–0WCQPODavie Cooper, Frank McAvennie
04/12/1985Olympic Park, Melbourne (A)

Australia Football

Australia0–0WCQPO
28/01/1986National Stadium, Ramat Gan (A)

Israel Football

Israel1–0FriendlyPaul McStay
27/03/1986Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Romania Football

Romania3–0FriendlyGordon Strachan, Richard Gough, Roy Aitken
23/04/1986Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England1–2RCGraeme Souness
29/04/1986Philips Stadion, Eindhoven (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands0–0Friendly
04/06/1986Neza Stadium, Nezahualcoyotl (N)

Denmark Football

Denmark0–1WCGE
08/06/1986Estadio la Corregidora, Queretaro (N)

Germany Football

West Germany1–2WCGEGordon Strachan
08/06/1986Neza Stadium, Nezahualcoyotl (N)

Uruguay Football

Uruguay0–0WCGE
10/09/1986Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria0–0ECQG7
15/10/1986Lansdowne Road, Dublin (A)

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland0–0ECQG7
12/11/1986Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg3–0ECQG7Davie Cooper (2, 1 pen.), Maurice Johnston
18/02/1987Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland0–1ECQG7
01/04/1987Parc Astrid, Brussels (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium1–4ECQG7Paul McStay
23/05/1987Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England0–0RC
26/05/1987Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Brazil Football

Brazil0–2RC
09/09/1987Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Hungary Football

Hungary2–0FriendlyAlly McCoist (2)
14/10/1987Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Belgium Football

Belgium2–0ECQG7Ally McCoist, Paul McStay
11/11/1987Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A)

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria1–0ECQG7Gary Mackay
02/12/1987Stade de la Frontière, Esch-sur-Alzette (A)

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg0–0ECQG7
17/02/1988King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (A)

Saudi Arabia football

Saudi Arabia2–2FriendlyMaurice Johnston, John Collins
22/03/1988Ta'Qali Stadium, Valletta (A)

Malta Football

Malta1–1FriendlyGraeme Sharp
27/04/1988Bernabeu, Madrid (A)

Spain Football

Spain0–0Friendly
17/05/1988Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Colombia Football

Colombia0–0RC
21/05/1988Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England0–1RC
14/09/1988Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway2–1WCQG5Paul McStay, Maurice Johnston
19/10/1988Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia1–1WCQG5Maurice Johnston
22/12/1988Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia (A)

Italy Football

Italy0–2Friendly
08/02/1989Tsirion Stadium, Limassol

Cyprus Football

Cyprus3–2WCQG5Richard Gough (2), Maurice Johnston
08/03/1989Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

France Football

France2–0WCQG5Maurice Johnston (2)
26/04/1989Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Cyprus Football

Cyprus2–1WCQG5Maurice Johnston, Ally McCoist
27/05/1989Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England0–2RC
30/05/1989Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Chile Football

Chile2–0RCAlan McInally, Murdo MacLeod
06/09/1989Dinamo Stadion, Zagreb (A)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia1–3WCQG5Gordon Durie
11/10/1989Parc des Princes, Paris (A)

France Football

France0–3WCQG5
15/11/1989Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Norway Fooball

Norway1–1WCQG5Ally McCoist
28/03/1990Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Argentina Football

Argentina1–0FriendlyStewart McKimmie
25/04/1990Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

East Germany Football

East Germany0–1Friendly
16/05/1990Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Egypt Football

Egypt1–3FriendlyAlly McCoist
19/05/1990Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Poland Football

Poland1–1FriendlyMaurice Johnston
28/05/1990Ta'Qali Stadium, Valletta (A)

Malta Football

Malta2–1FriendlyAlan McInally (2)
11/06/1990Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa (N)

Costa Rica football

Costa Rica0–1WCGC
16/06/1990Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa (N)

Sweden Football

Sweden2–1WCGCStuart McCall, Maurice Johnston
20/06/1990Stadio Delle Alpi, Turin (N)

Brazil Football

Brazil0–1WCGC
12/09/1990Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Romania Football

Romania2–1ECQG2John Robertson, Ally McCoist
17/10/1990Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland2–1ECQG2John Robertson, Gary McAllister
14/11/1990Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A)

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria1–1ECQG2Ally McCoist
06/02/1991Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Soviet Union Football

USSR0–1Friendly
27/03/1991Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria1–1ECQG2John Collins
01/05/1991Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)

San Marino football

San Marino2–0ECQG2Gordon Strachan (pen.), Gordon Durie
11/09/1991Wankdorf Stadion, Berne (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland2–2ECQG2Gordon Durie, Ally McCoist
16/10/1991Steaua Stadium, Bucharest (A)

Romania Football

Romania0–1ECQG2
13/11/1991Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

San Marino football

San Marino4–0ECQG2Paul McStay, Ally McCoist, Richard Gough, Gordon Durie
19/02/1992Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland1–0FriendlyAlly McCoist
25/03/1992Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Finland Football

Finland1–1FriendlyPaul McStay
17/05/1992Mile High Stadium, Denver (A)

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United States1–0FriendlyPat Nevin
20/05/1992Varsity Stadium, Toronto (A)

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Canada3–1FriendlyGary McAllister, Ally McCoist, Maurice Malpas
03/06/1992Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway0–0Friendly
12/06/1992Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg (N)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands0–1ECGB
15/06/1992Idrottsparken, Norrköping (N)

Germany Football

Germany0–2ECGB
18/06/1992Idrottsparken, Norrköping (N)

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CIS3–0ECGBPaul McStay, Brian McClair, Gary McAllister (pen.)
09/09/1992Wankdorf Stadion, Berne (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland1–3WCQG1Ally McCoist
14/10/1992Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal0–0WCQG1
18/11/1992Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Italy Football

Italy0–0WCQG1
17/02/1993Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Malta Football

Malta3–0WCQG1Ally McCoist (2), Pat Nevin
24/03/1993Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Germany Football

Germany0–1Friendly
28/04/1993Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (A)

Portugal Football

Portugal0–5WCQG1
19/05/1993Kadriorg Staadion, Tallinn (A)

Estonia Football

Estonia3–0WCQG1Kevin Gallacher, John Collins, Scott Booth
02/06/1993Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Estonia Football

Estonia3–1WCQG1Pat Nevin (2), Brian McClair
08/09/1993Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland1–1WCQG1John Collins
13/10/1993Stadio Olimpico, Rome (A)

Italy Football

Italy1–3WCQG1Kevin Gallacher
17/11/1993Ta Quali Stadium, Valletta (A)

Malta Football

Malta2–0WCQG1Billy McKinlay, Colin Hendry
23/03/1994Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands0–1Friendly
20/04/1994Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria2–1FriendlyJohn McGinlay, Billy McKinlay
27/05/1994Galgenwaard Stadion, Utrecht (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands1–3FriendlyDuncan Shearer
07/09/1994Olympic Stadion, Helsinki (A)

Finland Football

Finland2–0ECQG8Duncan Shearer, Collins
12/10/1994Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Faroe Islands Football

Faroe Islands5–1ECQG8John Collins (2), Scott Booth, Billy McKinlay
16/11/1994Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Russia Football

Russia1–1ECQG8Scott Booth
18/12/1994Olympiako Stadio, Athens (A)

Greece Football

Greece0–1ECQG8
29/03/1995Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (A)

Russia Football

Russia0–0ECQG8
26/04/1995Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)

San Marino football

San Marino2–0ECQG8John Collins, Colin Calderwood
21/05/1995Big Arch Stadium, Hiroshima (A)

Japan Football

Japan0–0Kirin Cup
24/05/1995Toyama Park Stadium, Toyama (A)

Ecuador football

Ecuador2–1Kirin CupJohn Robertson, Stevie Crawford
07/06/1995Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)

Faroe Islands Football

Faroe Islands2–0ECQG8Billy McKinlay, John McGinlay
16/08/1995Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Greece Football

Greece1–0ECQG8Ally McCoist
06/09/1995Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Finland Football

Finland1–0ECQG8Scott Booth
11/10/1995Rasunda Stadion, Stockholm (A)

Sweden Football

Sweden0–2Friendly
15/11/1995Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

San Marino football

San Marino5–0ECQG8Eoin Jess, Scott Booth, Ally McCoist, Pat Nevin, Fabio Francini (o.g.)
27/03/1996Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Australia Football

Australia1–0FriendlyAlly McCoist
24/04/1996Parken, Copenhagen (A)

Denmark Football

Denmark0–2Friendly
26/05/1996Veteran's Stadium, New Britain CT (A)

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United States1–2FriendlyGordon Durie
29/05/1996Orange Bowl, Miami (A)

Colombia Football

Colombia0–1Friendly
10/06/1996Villa Park, Birmingham (N)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands0–0ECGA
15/06/1996Wembley Stadium, London (N)

England Football

England0–2ECGA
18/06/1996Villa Park, Birmingham (N)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland1–0ECGAAlly McCoist
31/08/1996Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria0–0WCQG4
05/10/1996Stadionas Daugava, Riga (A)

Latvia football

Latvia2–0WCQG4John Collins, Darren Jackson
10/11/1996Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Sweden Football

Sweden1–0WCQG4John McGinlay
11/02/1997Stade Louis II, Monaco (A)

Estonia Football

Estonia0–0WCQG4
29/03/1997Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (H)

Estonia Football

Estonia2–0WCQG4Tom Boyd, Janek Meet (o.g.)
02/04/1997Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria2–0WCQG4Kevin Gallacher (2)
30/04/1997Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg (A)

Sweden Football

Sweden1–2WCQG4Kevin Gallacher
27/05/1997Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (H)

Wales Football

Wales0–1Friendly
01/06/1997Ta'Qali Stadium, Valletta (A)

Malta Football

Malta3–2FriendlyDarren Jackson (2), Christian Dailly
08/06/1997Dinamo Stadion, Minsk (A)

Belarus Football

Belarus1–0WCQG4Gary McAllister (pen.)
07/09/1997Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Belarus Football

Belarus4–1WCQG4Kevin Gallacher (2), David Hopkin (2)
11/10/1997Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)

Latvia football

Latvia2–0WCQG4Kevin Gallacher, Gordon Durie
12/11/1997Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, St Etienne (A)

France Football

France1–2FriendlyGordon Durie
25/03/1998Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Denmark Football

Denmark0–1Friendly
22/04/1998Easter Road, Edinburgh (H)

Finland Football

Finland1–1FriendlyDarren Jackson
23/05/1998Giants Stadium, East Rutherford NJ (A)

Colombia Football

Colombia2–2FriendlyJohn Collins, Craig Burley
30/05/1998RFK Memorial Stadium, Washington DC (A)

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United States0–0Friendly
10/06/1998Stade de France, Saint-Denis (N)

Brazil Football

Brazil1–2WCGAJohn Collins (pen.)
16/06/1998Stade Lescure, Bordeaux (N)

Norway Fooball

Norway1–1WCGACraig Burley
23/06/1998Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, St Etienne (N)

Morocco football

Morocco0–3WCGA
05/09/1998Zalgirio Stadionas, Vilnius (A)

Lithuania football

Lithuania0–0ECQG9
10/10/1998Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh (H)

Estonia Football

Estonia3–2ECQG9Billy Dodds (2), Sergei Hohlov-Simson (o.g.)
14/10/1998Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Faroe Islands Football

Faroe Islands2–1ECQG9Billy Dodds, Craig Burley
31/03/1999Celtic Park, Glasgow (H)

Czech Football

Czech Republic1–2ECQG9Eoin Jess
28/04/1999Weserstadion, Bremen (A)

Germany Football

Germany1–0FriendlyDon Hutchison
05/06/1999Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)

Faroe Islands Football

Faroe Islands1–1ECQG9Allan Johnston
09/06/1999Sparta Stadion, Prague (A)

Czech Football

Czech Republic2–3ECQG9Paul Ritchie, Allan Johnston
04/09/1999Olimpijski Stadion, Sarajevo (A)

Bosnia Football

Bosnia & Herzegovina2–1ECQG9Don Hutchison, Billy Dodds
08/09/1999Kadriorg Staadion, Tallinn (A)

Estonia Football

Estonia0–0ECQG9
05/10/1999Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (H)

Bosnia Football

Bosnia & Herzegovina1–0ECQG9John Collins (pen.)
09/10/1999Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Lithuania football

Lithuania3–0ECQG9Don Hutchison, Gary McSwegan, Colin Cameron
13/11/1999Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England0–2ECQPO
17/11/1999Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England1–0ECQPODon Hutchison

Scotland National Football Team Managers

Scotland National Football Team Players

Scottish National Team Results and Statistics 1872 to 1899

Scottish National Team Results and Statistics 1900-1925

Scottish National Team Results and Statistics 1926-1950

Scottish National Team Results and Statistics 1951-1982

Scotland National Team Results & Statistics 1983 to 1999

Scotland National Team Results & Statistics 2000 to today

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