Scotland will travel to Poland next month to face Ukraine in the rescheduled FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 qualifier.
The Stadion Miejski, in Rzeszow, will host the Group B encounter on Friday, 24 June – with a kick-off time still to be confirmed.
Pedro Martinez Losa’s squad go into the game on the back of an impressive performance and narrow defeat to Spain in April and sit second in their group after six games.
The Scottish FA’s Head of Girls’ and Women’s Football, Fiona McIntyre, said: “We are pleased to have clarity on the fixture and can now proceed with plans for the trip.
“I think everyone who was at Hampden for the visit of Spain – for what was a record competitive home attendance – will have been heartened by the display against world class opposition. We showed no fear and no lack of quality.
“I know Pedro and the team will do everything they can to maintain that momentum against Ukraine.”
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