The Scottish Football Association


Gordon Strachan

Gordon Strachan (15-Jan-13 - 20-Oct-17)

William Stark

William Stark (06-Nov-12 - 15-Nov-12)

Billy Stark was appointed Scottish FA Youth Teams National Coach in January 2008 after four years as Manager of Queen's Park FC.

In his playing career, Billy played for St. Mirren, Aberdeen, Kilmarnock, Hamilton Academical and Celtic.

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Craig Levein

Craig Levein (23-Dec-09 - 05-Nov-12)

Craig Levein was appointed Scotland national coach in December 2009, after building a reputation as one of the country’s most promising young managers.

He started his playing career at Cowdenbeath, before going on to make more than ... More...

George Burley

George Burley (24-Jan-08 - 16-Nov-09)

George Burley became Scotland's National Coach in January 2008.

After a disappointing World Cup campaign with Scotland failing to qualify, George left the Scottish FA in November 2009.

Alex McLeish

Alex McLeish (29-Jan-07 - 27-Nov-07)

Alex McLeish was appointed national coach of Scotland in January 2007 after a successful career as player and manager. The tall central defender was a fixture in the Scotland national team for over a decade. He made his debut against Portugal in ... More...

Walter Smith

Walter Smith (01-Jan-05 - 10-Jan-07)

Walter Smith was the 15th person to be appointed manager of Scotland. He followed in the footsteps of Andy Beattie, Matt Busby, Ian McColl, Jock Stein, John Prentice, Malcolm McDonald, Bobby Brown, Tommy Docherty, Willie Ormond, Ally McLeod, Jock Stein, A ... More...
Thomas Burns

Thomas Burns (04-Nov-04 - 01-Dec-04)

Thomas Burns was born in Glasgow on 16 December, 1956. A skilled and creative midfielder, Tommy became a Celtic legend for his lifelong dedication to the club.

 He signed for Celtic in August 1973, turning professional the following year a ... More...

Berti Vogts

Berti Vogts (01-Mar-02 - 01-Nov-04)

Berti Vogts was appointed Scotland manager in March 2002


Hans-Hubert ’Berti’ Vogts was born on 30 December 1946 in Büttgen, near Dusseldorf. He started his career with his home town club VfR Büttgen, staying ... More...

Craig Brown

Craig Brown (01-Nov-93 - 30-Oct-01)

Craig Brown was the 13th person to take charge of the national side. The previous incumbents were Andy Beattie, Matt Busby, Ian McColl, Jock Stein (first term), John Prentice, Malcolm McDonald, Bobby Brown, Tommy Docherty, Willie Ormond, Ally McLeod, J ... More...

Andrew Roxburgh

Andrew Roxburgh (01-Jul-86 - 30-Sep-93)

Prior to being appointed Scotland manager in 1986, Andy Roxburgh spent 11 years managing the Scotland U16’s, U18’s and U21’s and his entire managerial career was spent with Scotland. He ensured that the team successfully qualified for ... More...
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