Scotland kicked off their World Cup 2014 Qualification campaign in September 2012. Their bid to reach the finals in Brazil began with a double-header of home games against Serbia and Macedonia. Scotland will also face Wales, Croatia and Belgium.
Scotland were drawn in Group 4 against France, Israel, Republic of Ireland and Wales as they began their bid for a place at the finals of UEFA Women's Euro 2013 in Sweden. After finishing second behind France, Scotland advanced to the play-offs for the second Euro campaign in a row.
The 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship comprises a qualifying group stage and play-off round to determine which seven teams join hosts Czech Republic in the final tournament in summer 2015. Scotland are in Group 3 alongside the Netherlands, Slovakia, Georgia and Luxembourg.
Scotland hosted the first qualifying round in Falkirk and Hamilton in October 2012. Wins over Switzerland, Armenia and Romania saw Scotland top Group 9 and advance to the elite round, to be held in early 2013. The final tournament takes place in Lithuania in summer 2013.
Scotland qualified for the elite round, and hosted Austria, Denmark and Ukraine in Falkirk, Hamilton and Livingston in April 2013. Despite defeating Ukraine 4-2 and winning 4-0 against Austria on the last day, the opening 1-0 defeat to group winners Denmark meant that Scotland missed out at on a place at the finals in Wales in summer 2013 on goal difference.
Scotland missed out on a place in the elite round after finishing third in their qualifying group, behind Ukraine and Georgia.
Scotland competed against Denmark, Serbia and Macedonia in Group 5 of the first qualifying round, finishing third. Group winners Denmark progressed to the elite qualifying round. The Colovray stadium opposite UEFA's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, will stage the finals from 25 to 28 June 2013.
The Sky Sports Victory Shield is an annual under-16 tournament between Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The teams play each other once, either home or away, in a round-robin format. Scotland finished third in 2012, after an opening win against Wales and defeats to Northern Ireland and winners England.