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Scottish National Team Results 1951-1982

Scottish intentional football results including venue, score and goalscorers.

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scotland Goalscorers
14/04/1951 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 3–2 BHC Robert Johnstone, Lawrie Reilly, Billy Liddell
12/05/1951 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Denmark Football

Denmark 3–1 Friendly Billy Steel, Lawrie Reilly, Bobby Mitchell
16/05/1951 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

France Football

France 1–0 Friendly Lawrie Reilly
20/05/1951 Stade Heysel, Brussels (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium 5–0 Friendly George Hamilton (3), Jimmy Mason, Willie Waddell
27/05/1951 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 0–4 Friendly
06/10/1951 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 3–0 BHC Tommy Orr, Robert Johnstone (2)
14/11/1951 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 0–1 BHC
05/04/1952 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–2 BHC Lawrie Reilly
30/04/1952 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

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United States 6–0 Friendly Lawrie Reilly (3), John McMillan (2), John O'Connell (o.g.)
25/05/1952 Idrætsparken, Copenhagen (A)

Denmark Football

Denmark 2–1 Friendly Willie Thornton, Lawrie Reilly
30/05/1952 Råsunda Stadion, Stockholm (A)

Sweden Football

Sweden 1–3 Friendly Billy Liddell
18/10/1952 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–1 BHC Allan Brown, Billy Liddell
03/11/1952 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–1 BHC Lawrie Reilly
18/04/1953 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 2–2 BHC Lawrie Reilly (2)
06/05/1953 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Sweden Football

Sweden 1–2 Friendly Robert Johnstone
03/10/1953 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 3–1 BHC / WCQ Charlie Fleming (2), Jackie Henderson
04/11/1953 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 3–3 BHC / WCQ Allan Brown, Robert Johnstone, Lawrie Reilly
03/04/1954 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–4 BHC / WCQ Allan Brown, Willie Ormond
05/05/1954 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Norway Fooball

Norway 1–0 Friendly George Hamilton
19/05/1954 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway 1–1 Friendly John Mackenzie
25/05/1954 Olympiastadion, Helsinki (A)

Finland Football

Finland 2–1 Friendly Willie Ormond, Robert Johnstone
16/06/1954 Hardturm Stadion, Zurich (N)

Austria Football

Austria 0–1 WCG3
19/06/1954 St. Jakob-Park, Basle (N)

Uruguay Football

Uruguay 0–7 WCG3
16/10/1954 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 1–0 BHC Paddy Buckley
03/11/1954 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 2–2 BHC Jimmy Davidson, Robert Johnstone
08/12/1954 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Hungary Football

Hungary 2–4 Friendly Tommy Ring, Robert Johnstone
02/04/1955 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 2–7 BHC Lawrie Reilly, Jimmy Davidson
04/05/1955 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal 3–0 Friendly Tommy Gemmell, Billy Liddell, Lawrie Reilly
15/05/1955 Partizan Stadium, Belgrade (A)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia 2–2 Friendly Lawrie Reilly, Gordon Smith
19/05/1955 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 4–1 Friendly Archie Robertson, Gordon Smith, Billy Liddell, Lawrie Reilly
29/05/1955 Nepstadion, Budapest (A)

Hungary Football

Hungary 1–3 Friendly Gordon Smith
08/10/1955 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–2 BHC Lawrie Reilly
09/11/1955 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 2–0 BHC Robert Johnstone (2)
14/04/1956 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–1 BHC Graham Leggat
02/05/1956 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria 1–1 Friendly Alfie Conn
20/10/1956 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–2 BHC Willie Fernie, Lawrie Reilly
07/11/1956 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–0 BHC Alex Scott
21/11/1956 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia 2–0 Friendly Jackie Mudie, Sammy Baird
06/04/1957 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–2 BHC Tommy Ring
08/05/1957 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Spain Football

Spain 4–2 WCQG9 Jackie Mudie (3), John Hewie
19/05/1957 St. Jakob-Park, Basel (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 2–1 WCQG9 Jackie Mudie, Bobby Collins
22/05/1957 Neckarstadion, Stuttgart (A)

Wales Football

West Germany 3–1 Friendly Bobby Collins (2), Jackie Mudie
26/05/1957 Bernabeu, Madrid (A)

Spain Football

Spain 1–4 WCQG9 Gordon Smith
05/10/1957 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–1 WCQG9 Graham Leggat
06/11/1957 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 3–2 WCQG9 Archie Robertson, Jackie Mudie, Alex Scott
13/11/1957 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–1 BHC Bobby Collins
19/04/1958 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–4 BHC
07/05/1958 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Hungary Football

Hungary 1–1 Friendly Jackie Mudie
01/06/1958 Dziesieciolecia Stadion, Warsaw (A)

Poland Football

Poland 2–1 Friendly Bobby Collins (2)
08/06/1958 Arosvallen, Västerås (N)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia 1–1 WCG2 Jimmy Murray
11/06/1958 Idrottsparken, Norrköping (N)

Paraguay Fooball

Paraguay 2–3 WCG2 Jackie Mudie, Bobby Collins
15/06/1958 Eyravallen, Örebro (N)

France Football

France 1–2 WCG2 Sammy Baird
18/10/1958 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 3–0 BHC Graham Leggat, Denis Law, Bobby Collins
05/11/1958 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 2–2 BHC David Herd, Bobby Collins
11/04/1959 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 0–1 BHC
06/05/1959 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

West Germany 3–2 Friendly Andy Weir, John White, Graham Leggat
27/05/1959 Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 2–1 Friendly Bobby Collins, Graham Leggat
03/06/1959 Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon (A)

Portugal Football

Portugal 0–1 Friendly
03/10/1959 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 4–0 BHC Graham Leggat, John Hewie (pen.), John White, George Mulhall
04/11/1959 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–1 BHC Graham Leggat
19/04/1960 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–1 BHC Graham Leggat
29/05/1960 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 1–4 Friendly Dave Mackay
04/06/1960 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Poland Football

Poland 2–3 Friendly Denis Law, Ian St John
05/06/1960 Nepstadion, Budapest (A)

Hungary Football

Hungary 3–3 Friendly William Hunter, George Herd, Alex Young
08/06/1960 19.Mayis Stadion, Ankara (A)

Turkey Football

Turkey 2–4 Friendly Eric Caldow, Alex Young
22/10/1960 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 0–2 BHC
09/11/1960 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 5–2 BHC Ralph Brand (2), Denis Law, Eric Caldow (pen.), Alex Young
15/04/1961 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 3–9 BHC Dave Mackay, Davie Wilson, Patrick Quinn/Davie Wilson
03/05/1961 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland 4–1 WCQG8 Ralph Brand (2), David Herd (2)
07/05/1961 Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland 3–0 WCQG8 Alex Young (2), Ralph Brand
14/05/1961 Tehelne Pole Stadion, Bratislava (A)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 0–4 WCQG8
26/09/1961 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 3–2 WCQG8 Denis Law (2), Ian St John
07/10/1961 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 6–1 BHC Alex Scott (3), Ralph Brand (2), Davie Wilson
08/11/1961 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 2–0 BHC Ian St John (2)
29/11/1961 Heysel Stadion, Brussels (N)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 2–4 aet WCQPO Ian St John (2)
14/04/1962 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–0 BHC Davie Wilson, Eric Caldow (pen.)
02/05/1962 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Uruguay Football

Uruguay 2–3 Friendly Jim Baxter, Ralph Brand
20/10/1962 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 3–2 BHC Eric Caldow (pen.), Denis Law, Willie Henderson
07/11/1962 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 5–1 BHC Denis Law (4), Willie Henderson
06/04/1963 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 2–1 BHC Jim Baxter (2)
08/05/1963 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria 4–1 Friendly Davie Wilson (2), Denis Law (2)
04/06/1963 Brann Stadion, Bergen (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway 3–4 Friendly Denis Law (3)
09/06/1963 Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland 0–1 Friendly
13/06/1963 Bernabeu, Madrid (A)

Spain Football

Spain 6–2 Friendly Denis Law, Dave Gibson, Frank McLintock, Davie Wilson, Willie Henderson, Ian St John
12/10/1963 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–2 BHC Ian St John
07/11/1963 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Norway Fooball

Norway 6–1 Friendly Denis Law (4, 1 pen.), Dave Mackay (2)
20/11/1963 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 2–1 BHC John White, Denis Law
11/04/1964 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–0 BHC Alan Gilzean
12/05/1964 Niedersachsen Stadion, Hannover (A)

Wales Football

West Germany 2–2 Friendly Alan Gilzean (2)
03/10/1964 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–3 BHC Stevie Chalmers, Dave Gibson
21/10/1964 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Finland Football

Finland 3–1 WCQG8 Denis Law, Dave Gibson, Stevie Chalmers
25/11/1964 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 3–2 BHC Davie Wilson (2), Alan Gilzean
10/04/1965 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 2–2 BHC Denis Law, Ian St John
08/05/1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Spain Football

Spain 0–0 Friendly
23/05/1965 Silesia Stadium, Katowice (A)

Poland Football

Poland 1–1 WCQG8 Denis Law
27/05/1965 Olympia Stadion, Helsinki (A)

Finland Football

Finland 2–1 WCQG8 Davie Wilson, John Greig
02/10/1965 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 2–3 BHC Alan Gilzean (2)
13/10/1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Poland Football

Poland 1–2 WCQG8 Billy McNeill
09/11/1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Italy Football

Italy 1–0 WCQG8 John Greig
24/11/1965 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 4–1 BHC Bobby Murdoch (2), Willie Henderson, John Greig
07/12/1965 Stadio San Paolo, Naples (A)

Italy Football

Italy 0–3 WCQG8
02/04/1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 3–4 BHC Willie Johnston (2), Denis Law
11/05/1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 0–3 Friendly
18/06/1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal 0–1 Friendly
25/06/1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Brazil Football

Brazil 1–1 Friendly Stevie Chalmers
22/10/1966 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 1–1 BHC / ECQG8 Denis Law
16/11/1966 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 2–1 BHC / ECQG8 Bobby Murdoch, Bobby Lennox
15/04/1967 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 3–2 BHC / ECQG8 Denis Law, Bobby Lennox, Jim McCalliog
10/05/1967 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Uruguay Football

USSR 0–2 Friendly
21/10/1967 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 0–1 BHC / ECQG8
22/11/1967 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 3–2 BHC / ECQG8 Alan Gilzean (2), Ronnie McKinnon
24/02/1968 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 1–1 BHC / ECQG8 John Hughes
30/05/1968 Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 0–0 Friendly
16/10/1968 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)

Denmark Football

Denmark 1–0 Friendly Bobby Lennox
06/11/1968 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria 2–1 WCQG7 Denis Law, Billy Bremner
17/12/1968 Lefkosia, Nicosia (A)

Cyprus Football

Cyprus 5–0 WCQG7 Colin Stein (2), Alan Gilzean (2), Bobby Murdoch
16/04/1969 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

West Germany 1–1 WCQG7 Bobby Murdoch
03/05/1969 Racecourse Ground, Wrexham (A)

Wales Football

Wales 5–3 BHC Billy McNeill, Colin Stein, Alan Gilzean, Billy Bremner
06/05/1969 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–1 BHC Colin Stein
10/05/1969 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–4 BHC Colin Stein
11/05/1969 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Cyprus Football

Cyprus 8–0 WCQG7 Colin Stein (4), Billy McNeill, Willie Henderson, Tommy Gemmell (pen.), Eddie Gray
21/09/1969 Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland 1–1 Friendly Colin Stein
22/10/1969 Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (A)

Wales Football

West Germany 2–3 WCQG7 Jimmy Johnstone, Alan Gilzean
05/11/1969 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 0–2 WCQG7
18/04/1970 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–0 BHC John O'Hare
22/04/1970 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 0–0 BHC
25/04/1970 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–0 BHC
11/11/1970 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Denmark Football

Denmark 1–0 ECQG5 John O'Hare
03/02/1971 Stade Sclessin, Liege (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium 0–3 ECQG5
21/04/1971 Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (A)

Portugal Football

Portugal 0–2 ECQG5
15/05/1971 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 0–0 BHC
18/05/1971 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 0–1 BHC
22/05/1971 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–3 BHC Hugh Curran
09/06/1971 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)

Denmark Football

Denmark 0–1 ECQG5
14/06/1971 Lenin Stadium, Moscow (A)

Uruguay Football

USSR 0–1 Friendly
13/10/1971 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal 2–1 ECQG5 John O'Hare, Archie Gemmill
10/11/1971 Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)

Belgium Football

Belgium 1–0 ECQG5 John O'Hare
01/12/1971 Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam (A)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 1–2 Friendly George Graham
26/04/1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Peru football

Peru 2–0 Friendly John O'Hare, Denis Law
20/05/1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 2–0 BHC Denis Law, Peter Lorimer
24/05/1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–0 BHC Peter Lorimer
27/05/1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–1 BHC
29/06/1972 Estadio Minearo, Belo Horizonte (N)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia 2–2 BIC Lou Macari (2)
02/07/1972 Estadio Biera Rio, Porto Alegre (N)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 0–0 BIC
05/07/1972 Estadio do Maracana, Rio De Janeiro (A)

Brazil Football

Brazil 0–1 BIC
18/10/1972 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)

Denmark Football

Denmark 4–1 WCQG8 Lou Macari, Jimmy Bone, Joe Harper, Willie Morgan
15/11/1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Denmark Football

Denmark 2–0 WCQG8 Kenny Dalglish, Peter Lorimer
14/02/1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–5 Friendly
12/05/1973 The Racecourse, Wrexham (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–0 BHC George Graham (2)
16/05/1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–2 BHC Kenny Dalglish
19/05/1973 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 0–1 BHC
22/06/1973 Wankdorf Stadion, Berne (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 0–1 Friendly
30/06/1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Brazil Football

Brazil 0–1 Friendly
26/09/1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 2–1 WCQG8 Jim Holton, Joe Jordan
17/10/1973 Tehelne Pole, Bratislava (A)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 0–1 WCQG8
14/11/1973 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

West Germany 1–1 Friendly Jim Holton
27/03/1974 Waldstadion, Frankfurt (A)

Wales Football

West Germany 1–2 Friendly Kenny Dalglish
11/05/1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 0–1 BHC
14/05/1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 2–0 BHC Kenny Dalglish, Sandy Jardine (pen.)
18/05/1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–0 BHC Joe Jordan, Colin Todd (og)
01/06/1974 Klokke Stadion, Bruges (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium 1–2 Friendly Jimmy Johnstone
06/06/1974 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway 2–1 Friendly Joe Jordan, Kenny Dalglish
14/06/1974 Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (N)

zAIRE fOOTBALL

Zaire 2–0 WCG2 Peter Lorimer, Joe Jordan
18/06/1974 Waldstadion, Frankfurt (N)

Brazil Football

Brazil 0–0 WCG2
22/06/1974 Waldstadion, Frankfurt (N)

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia 1–1 WCG2 Joe Jordan
30/10/1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

East Germany Football

East Germany 3–0 Friendly Tommy Hutchison (pen.), Kenny Burns, Kenny Dalglish
20/11/1974 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Spain Football

Spain 1–2 ECQG4 Billy Bremner
05/02/1975 Estadio Luis Casanova, Valencia (A)

Spain Football

Spain 1–1 ECQG4 Joe Jordan
16/04/1975 Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg (A)

Sweden Football

Sweden 1–1 Friendly Ted MacDougall
13/05/1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal 1–0 Friendly Artur Correia (og)
17/05/1975 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–2 BHC Colin Jackson, Bruce Rioch
20/05/1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 3–0 BHC Ted MacDougall, Kenny Dalglish, Derek Parlane
24/05/1975 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–5 BHC Bruce Rioch
01/06/1975 Bucharest(A)

Romania Football

Romania 1–1 ECQG4 Gordon McQueen
03/09/1975 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen (A)

Denmark Football

Denmark 1–0 ECQG4 Joe Harper
29/10/1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Denmark Football

Denmark 3–1 ECQG4 Kenny Dalglish, Bruce Rioch, Ted MacDougall
17/12/1975 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Romania Football

Romania 1–1 ECQG4 Bruce Rioch
07/04/1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 1–0 ECQG4 Willie Pettigrew
06/05/1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 3–1 BHC Willie Pettigrew, Bruce Rioch, Eddie Gray
08/05/1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 3–0 BHC Archie Gemmill, Kenny Dalglish, Don Masson
15/05/1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 2–1 BHC Don Masson, Kenny Dalglish
08/09/1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Finland Football

Finland 6–0 Friendly Andy Gray (2), Eddie Gray, Kenny Dalglish, Bruce Rioch, Don Masson (pen.)
13/10/1976 Sparta Stadion, Prague (A)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 0–2 WCQG7
17/11/1976 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–0 WCQG7 Ian Evans (og)
27/04/1977 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Sweden Football

Sweden 3–1 Friendly Asa Hartford, Kenny Dalglish, Joe Craig
28/05/1977 The Racecourse, Wrexham (A)

Wales Football

Wales 0–0 BHC
01/06/1977 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 3–0 BHC Kenny Dalglish (2), Gordon McQueen
04/06/1977 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 2–1 BHC Gordon McQueen, Kenny Dalglish
15/06/1977 Estadio Nacional, Santiago (A)

Chile Football

Chile 4–2 Friendly Lou Macari (2), Kenny Dalglish, Asa Hartford
18/06/1977 Boca Junior Stadium, Buenos Aires (A)

Argentina Football

Argentina 1–1 Friendly Don Masson
23/06/1977 Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro (A)

Brazil Football

Brazil 0–2 Friendly
07/09/1977 Stadion der Weltjugend, East Berlin (A)

East Germany Football

East Germany 0–1 Friendly
21/09/1977 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia 3–1 WCQG7 Joe Jordan, Asa Hartford, Kenny Dalglish
12/10/1977 Anfield Stadium, Liverpool (A)

Wales Football

Wales 2–0 WCQG7 Don Masson (pen.), Kenny Dalglish
22/02/1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria 2–1 Friendly Archie Gemmill (pen.), Ian Wallace
13/05/1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–1 BHC Derek Johnstone
17/05/1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–1 BHC Derek Johnstone
20/05/1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–1 BHC
03/06/1978 Córdoba, Argentina (N)

Peru football

Peru 1–3 WCG4 Joe Jordan
07/06/1978 Córdoba, Argentina (N)

Iran Football

Iran 1–1 WCG4 Andranik Eskandarian (og)
11/06/1978 Estadio San Martin, Mendoza (N)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 3–2 WCG4 Archie Gemmill (2, 1 pen.), Kenny Dalglish
20/09/1978 Praterstadion, Vienna (A)

Austria Football

Austria 2–3 ECQG2 Gordon McQueen, Andy Gray
25/10/1978 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Norway Fooball

Norway 3–2 ECQG2 Kenny Dalglish (2), Archie Gemmill
29/11/1978 Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (A)

Portugal Football

Portugal 0–1 ECQG2
19/05/1979 Ninian Park, Cardiff (A)

Wales Football

Wales 0–3 BHC
22/05/1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–0 BHC Arthur Graham
26/05/1979 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–3 BHC John Wark
02/06/1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Argentina Football

Argentina 1–3 Friendly Arthur Graham
07/06/1979 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)

Norway Fooball

Norway 4–0 ECQG2 Kenny Dalglish, Joe Jordan, Gordon McQueen, John Robertson
12/09/1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Peru football

Peru 1–1 Friendly Jorge Olaechea (o.g.)
17/10/1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Austria Football

Austria 1–1 ECQG2 Archie Gemmill
21/11/1979 Heysel Stadion, Brussels (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium 0–2 ECQG2
19/12/1979 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Belgium Football

Belgium 1–3 ECQG2 John Robertson
26/03/1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal 4–1 ECQG2 Kenny Dalglish, Andy Gray, Steve Archibald, Archie Gemmill
16/05/1980 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 0–1 BHC
21/05/1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–0 BHC Willie Miller
24/05/1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–2 BHC
28/05/1980 Warta Stadion, Poznań (A)

Poland Football

Poland 0–1 Friendly
31/05/1980 Nepstadion, Budapest (A)

Hungary Football

Hungary 1–3 Friendly Steve Archibald
10/09/1980 Solna Stadion, Stockholm (A)

Sweden Football

Sweden 1–0 WCQG8 Gordon Strachan
15/10/1980 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Portugal Football

Portugal 0–0 WCQG8
25/02/1981 National Stadium, Ramat Gan (A)

Israel Football

Israel 1–0 WCQG8 Kenny Dalglish
25/03/1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–1 WCQG8 John Wark
28/04/1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Israel Football

Israel 3–1 WCQG8 John Robertson (2, 1 pen.), Davie Provan
16/05/1981 Vetch Field, Swansea (A)

Wales Football

Wales 0–2 BHC
19/05/1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 2–0 BHC Ray Stewart, Steve Archibald
23/05/1981 Wembley Stadium, London (A)

England Football

England 1–0 BHC John Robertson
09/09/1981 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Sweden Football

Sweden 2–0 WCQG8 Joe Jordan, John Robertson (pen.)
14/10/1981 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 0–0 WCQG8
18/11/1981 Estádio da Luz, Lisbon (A)

Portugal Football

Portugal 1–2 WCQG8 Paul Sturrock
24/02/1982 Estadio Luis Casanova, Valencia (A)

Spain Football

Spain 0–3 Friendly
23/03/1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Netherlands Football

Netherlands 2–1 Friendly Frank Gray (pen.), Kenny Dalglish
28/04/1982 Windsor Park, Belfast (A)

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland 1–1 BHC John Wark
24/05/1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

Wales Football

Wales 1–0 BHC Asa Hartford
29/05/1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

England Football

England 0–1 BHC
15/06/1982 Estadio La Rosaleda, Málaga (N)

New Zealand Football

New Zealand 5–2 WCG6 John Wark (2), John Robertson, Kenny Dalglish, Steve Archibald
18/06/1982 Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville (N)

Brazil Football

Brazil 1–4 WCG6 David Narey
22/06/1982 Estadio La Rosaleda, Málaga (N)

Uruguay Football

USSR 2–2 WCG6 Joe Jordan, Graeme Souness
13/10/1982 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)

East Germany Football

East Germany 2–0 ECQG1 John Wark, Paul Sturrock
17/11/1982 Wankdorf Stadion, Berne (A)

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland 0–2 ECQG1
15/12/1982 Heysel Stadion, Brussels (A)

Belgium Football

Belgium 2–3 ECQ Kenny Dalglish (2)

 

Scottish National Football Team Managers

Scottish National Team Results from 1983 and Onward

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