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150 years of
Scotland Away kits



Ukraine 0-0 Scotland

A heroic performance from a squad ravaged by injuries saw Steve Clarke’s side secure the point required to win promotion to Nations League A. Ryan Porteous made his debut in impressive fashion.


Moldova 0-2 Scotland

Scotland secured a World Cup play-off spot with a game to spare, as Scotland notched up a fifth win in a row. Nathan Patterson was the star, scoring his first Scotland goal before setting up Ché Adams to double the lead.



Hungary 0-1 Scotland

Matt Phillips scored his first international goal to secure the first win of Alex McLeish’s second spell in charge. Jack Hendry made his Scotland debut in Budapest, with Ryan Fraser starting for the first time.


Scotland 1-0 Slovakia

A late Martin Skrtel own goal from an Ikechi Anya cross kept Scotland’s World Cup qualifying campaign alive. Gordon Strachan’s side impressed throughout but struggled to make a breakthrough until the dying moments sent the Tartan Army wild.


Gibraltar 0-6 Scotland

Scotland wore this modern interpretation on the Earl of Rosebery’s colours to round off EURO 2016 qualifying with a dominant win over Gibraltar in Faro. Steven Fletcher netted his second hat-trick of the campaign. Shaun Maloney added his fifth goal of a productive campaign. 


Macedonia 1-2 Scotland

Ikechi Anya became the darling of the Tartan Army in his first Scotland start, finishing impressively after being sent through by Barry Bannan. A late Shaun Maloney free kick would seal the win.


Liechtenstein 0-1 Scotland

Craig Mackail-Smith scored his first goal for Scotland in the Alpine outpost. The striker’s looping header opened the scoring for Craig Levein’s side, keeping their playoff hopes alive. 



Norway 4-0 Scotland

The last time two brothers started for Scotland together, with Gary and Steven Caldwell lining up for George Burley’s side. It was a difficult day for the team as Gary was sent off in a World Cup Qualifying loss. 


Georgia 2-0 Scotland

An infamous third kit which saw Scotland’s Euro 2008 qualification hopes fade in Tiblisi. A goal in each half from Levan Mchedlidze and David Siradze saw Georgia win 2-0, leaving Scotland with a mountain to climb against Italy.


Norway 1-2 Scotland

Kenny Miller scored a first half brace in Oslo to keep Scotland’s hopes of World Cup qualification alive. The first showed instinctive link-up with James McFadden, the second pouncing on a defensive mistake to double the Scots lead. 

2004/06 — (Third)

Japan 0-0 Scotland

Walter Smith’s side battled to a goal-less draw to win the Kirin Cup in Japan. The draw came after a dominant 5-1 win over Bulgaria. Neil Alexander made several saves to keep the hosts goal-less. 


Netherlands 6-0 Scotland

Berti Vogts side travelled to Amsterdam defending a one goal lead from the first leg of the playoff for EURO 2004, they would be comprehensively beaten by Dick Advocaat’s side, a Ruud van Nistelrooy hat-trick did the damage. 


Iceland 0-2 Scotland

A Gary Naysmith wondergoal doubled Scotland’s lead in Reykjavík, cushioning a cross with one touch before sending a half volley into the top corner. Naysmith had earlier provided the cross for Christian Dailly to head in the opening goal.


San Marino 0-2 Scotland

Goals from Matt Elliott and Don Hutchison sealed a 2-0 win on the road to the South Korea and Japan FIFA World Cup. This was Hutchison’s last goal in Scotland colours, with the team winning every game he scored in. 

1980 — 2000


Germany 0-1 Scotland

A famous night in Bremen saw Don Hutchison score the only goal of the game, thumping the ball past legendary German goalkeeper Oliver Kahn to secure a 1-0 friendly victory against the 1998 World Cup Quarter-Finalists. 


Scotland 1-1 Norway

To date, Scotland’s last point at a World Cup, as a second half strike from Craig Burley cancelled out Havard Flo’s opener for the Norwegians, giving Scotland a faint chance of qualification to the knock-out stages.


San Marino 0–2 Scotland

Picking up the ball just outside his own box, John Collins showed his athletic prowess and ability to run the length of the pitch, showing a pair of San Marinese defenders a clean pair of heels to burst towards the 18-yard box, before rounding the keeper and somehow keeping his balance, before rolling the ball into an empty net. Classic.


San Marino 0-2 Scotland

Goals from Matt Elliott and Don Hutchison sealed a 2-0 win on the road to the South Korea and Japan FIFA World Cup. This was Hutchison’s last goal in Scotland colours, with the team winning every game he scored in. 


Estonia 0–3 Scotland

Scott Booth grabbed his first international goal for Scotland, nicking in ahead of the goalkeeper to net from a deflected Stephen Wright cross as the national team ran out comfortable winners in Tallinn with goals from John Collins and Kevin Gallagher securing the three points in the 1994 World Cup qualifying trail.


San Marino 0-2 Scotland

Gordon Strachan grabbed the final goal of his Scotland career in the Stadio Olimpico in Serravalle, sending Scotland on their way to three points in their Euro 1992 Qualification campaign. Strachan netted from the spot, and the points were secured just three minutes later as Gordon Durie added a second.


Costa Rica 1-0 Scotland

Scotland opened their 1990 FIFA World Cup campaign with a disappointing 1-0 loss to un-fancied Costa Rica. Andy Roxburgh’s side would fight back to beat Sweden in Genoa before being edged out by Brazil in Turin.


Iceland 0-1 Scotland

A vital two points.




Israel 0-1 Scotland

Scotland’s first trip to Israel ended in a win in qualifying for the 1982 FIFA World Cup. Kenny Dalglish’s 24th international goal as Jock Stein’s side would top their group for the Finals in Spain.

1950 — 1980


Norway 0-4 Scotland

A dominant win for Jock Stein’s side in Oslo with goals from Joe Jordan, Kenny Dalglish, John Robertson and Gordon McQueen. The Scots raced into a three goal first-half lead, Dalglish scoring the pick of the bunch from the edge of the box. 


Yugoslavia 1-1 Scotland

Joe Jordan scored a late equaliser as Scotland became the first country to be eliminated from the FIFA World Cup without losing a match. The 1974 World Cup was the first of three World Cup Finals Joe would score in for Scotland, the only Scotsman to do so. 


Scotland 0-1 USSR

Tommy Gemmell scored an unfortunate own goal at Hampden Park in a friendly against the Soviet Union in 1967. Denis Law’s white jersey from that match is on display at the Scottish Football Museum.


France 2-1 Scotland

In Scotland’s final group match in World Cup group, they faced les Bleus and battled hard – but a Sammy Baird goal was to prove a mere consolation as France won by two goals from Raymond Kopa and Just Fontaine.



1900 — 1950


Scotland 1-0 France

Scotland wore the Rosebery colours for one of the last times to date in a friendly match at Hampden against France. A Lawrie Reilly goal in the 78th minute gave Scotland a 1-0 win over France.


Scotland 4-0 Ireland

Scotland donned an all-white kit against Ireland at Ibrox in a match that saw Hughie Gallacher score a hat-trick in a 4-0 win. Andrew Cunningham of Rangers also scored in this match.


Scotland 3-0 Ireland

Scotland defeated Ireland 3-0 at Celtic Park with goals from Andrew Wilson, Alan Morton and Andrew Cunningham. This match was Cunningham’s first appearance for Scotland.

150 years of
Scotland Home kits

Scotland’s dark blue home strip is iconic – and instantly identifiable throughout the game.