UEFA Women's EURO 2017 Qualifier
Scotland vs FYR Macedonia
Sunday 29th November 2015, 3:05pm kick-off
St Mirren Park Stadium, Paisley
Scotland take on FYR Macedonia at St Mirren Park Stadium this Sunday hoping to continue their 100% record in Euro Qualifying.
The country’s best ever start to a European Qualifying campaign has seen them net 14 goals in total, with comprehensive victories over Slovenia, Belarus and away to Macedonia.
Anna Signeul’s side sit top of Group 1 and can further assert themselves with a win on Sunday. Here are five reasons to head along to Paisley and support the girls:
Scotland have scored a remarkable 14 goals in their three Qualifying games so far (that’s over 4.6 goals per game). Six separate players have contributed to that total and Kim Little has chipped in with the most (4). Could we see another goal glut on Sunday and can Kim add to her tally?
Bring a Friend for Free!
It’s 2 FOR 1 with every pre-sale adult ticket purchase, so you can bring a friend or family member along to St Mirren Park for FREE. Just make sure you book your tickets before 12 noon on Friday, 27 November to claim this fantastic offer. Supporters can also take advantage of our popular youth group ticket offer, with five adult and 20 kids’ tickets costing just £30. (Plus £1 for postage if required). Download the form to order.
The World comes to Paisley
The present Scotland squad has 11 players who are based outside of Scotland. It would take you 58 hours to travel to the likes of Seattle, Munich and Manchester to see them all play for their club sides. Save yourself the time and effort and see them in Paisley instead!
Glasgow City goalkeeper Lee Alexander and Hibernian midfielder Joelle Murray have both been included in Anna Signeul’s squad for the game. Murray has 34 caps for the national team but is included for the first time during this campaign, while the uncapped Alexander will be keen to stake her claim for a starting spot. View the squad in full.
One step closer towards the Euros
With an extra four places up for grabs at the European Championships in 2017, Scotland have an even better chance of qualification. A win against FYR Macedonia would see Scotland move onto 12 points and further strengthen their claim for an automatic qualification spot. There’s a long way to go yet but could this be the start of something special?