The Scotland Women’s National Team will play their remaining three home European 2021 Qualifiers in Edinburgh.

Shelley Kerr’s side will take on Portugal on Tuesday 14 April at Easter Road, before playing against Albania on Friday, 5 June at Tynecastle and then Finland on Tuesday 22 September at Easter Road.

Easter Road played host to Scotland’s first qualifying match of the campaign where the team played in front of a record crowd for a qualifier, 6,206.

Scotland have started the campaign in blistering fashion, scoring 13 goals in two games.

They sit second in the group with two games in hand over leaders Finland as they vie for a place at EURO 2021 which will be hosted in England.

Scotland Women’s National Team Head Coach Shelley Kerr said: “We are delighted to be returning to Easter Road in April.

“It was a memorable night the last time we played there and we are looking forward to playing in front of another large crowd.

“Playing at Tynecastle in June will also be special as it’s a stadium we’ve not played at for some time and recently hosted a well attended SSE Scottish Women’s Cup Final.

“The campaign has started well but there is a long way to go and we’ll need the Scottish public behind us if we are to achieve our goal of reaching our third consecutive tournament in a row.”

Ticket details for Scotland v Portugal will be available in due course.

It has also been confirmed that Scotland's away match against Cyprus on Thursday 9 April will take place at the AEK Arena in Larnaca.


Cyprus v Scotland
Thursday 9 April, kick-off TBC
AEK Arena, Larnaca

Scotland v Portugal
Tuesday 14 April, kick-off 7.30pm
Easter Road

Scotland v Albania
Friday 5 June, kick-off 7.30pm
Tynecastle Park

Scotland v Finland
Tuesday 22 September, kick-off 7.30pm
Easter Road