The Scottish Football Association

Roll of Honour


In February 1988, the SFA launched anInternational Roll of Honour, initially comprising the first 11 Scottishplayers to have made 50 international appearances. Each member receivesa gold medal, an invitation for life to all Scotland’s home matches,and has his portrait hung at the Scottish Football Museum.

 

 

Kenny Dalglish

Kenny Dalglish

Kenny Dalglish first turned out for Scotland in 1971 when he came on as a substitute against Belgium in a Euro 72 qualifier.  During a successful international career he played in three World Cups, West Germany in 1974, Argentina in 1978 and Spain ... More...

James Leighton

James Leighton

Jim Leighton MBE was born 24 July 1958 in Johnstone, Renfrewshire. He played for Aberdeen twice, Manchester United, Arsenal, Dundee and Hibernian.
Leighton's international career spanned 16 years, from 1982 to 1998. He was an uncapped squad memb ... More...

Alexander McLeish

Alexander McLeish

Alexander McLeish was born in Glasgow on 21 January, 1959.
The tall central defender was a key player in the dominant Aberdeen side of the early 1980s, which won numerous trophies under Alex Ferguson. His distinctive red hair was first seen in t ... More...

Kenneth Miller

Kenneth Miller

Kenny signed his first professional contact with Hibernian in 1996 and moved to Rangers four years later. His club career has been adventurous, with spells at Wolves, Celtic, Derby County, a successful return to Rangers,  Bursaspor in Turkey, and ... More...

Christian Dailly

Christian Dailly

Christian made his full debut in a 1-0 defeat to Wales in 1997 at the age of 23 and has captained Scotland for 12 of his 67 caps.  Prior to playing for the full national team he made 34 under-21 appearances, which remains a world record at that le ... More...

David Weir

David Weir

David Weir was born on 10 May 1970. He began his professional career with Falkirk after having attended the University of Evansville in the United States. After four seasons with the Bairns, Weir then moved on to Heart of Midlothian where he won the 19 ... More...

William Miller

William Miller

William Ferguson Miller was born in Glasgow on 2 May, 1955.
One of Scottish football’s greatest defenders, he spent his entire playing career with Aberdeen and captained the team to numerous successes including the European Cup Winners Cup ... More...

Darren Fletcher

Darren Fletcher

Darren Fletcher is the Scotland captain and a Manchester United mainstay. An elegant midfielder and dedicated professional, he is a product of United's youth academy and has won every domestic honour in the English top flight.

 

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