Fir Park Stadium and St Mirren Park will play host to three international fixtures in October and November.

Scotland will play the first home match of their UEFA Women’s EURO qualifying campaign at Fir Park on 23rd October.

Anna Signeul’s squad begin their quest to qualify for the finals in the Netherlands with an away match against Slovenia later this month before taking on Belarus in Motherwell in October.

St Mirren Park will then take centre-stage in November as it hosts two more fixtures.

On Friday, 13th November, Scotland Under-21s will look to boost their UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification hopes when they play Ukraine.

The Scots opened their campaign with an impressive 2-1 win over Northern Ireland in Lurgan on Saturday and Ricky Sbragia’s side face France and Iceland at Pittodrie Stadium in October before welcoming Ukraine in Paisley a month later.

St Mirren will then host Scotland’s last UEFA Women’s EURO qualifying match of 2015 on Sunday, 29th November when they play Macedonia.

Scotland Women’s coach Anna Signeul said: “I’m delighted to have two first-class venues confirmed for our opening home matches of this new qualification campaign.

“Motherwell have always been great whenever we have held matches there in the past and I’m looking forward to returning there in October.

“I’m also looking forward to our match at St Mirren Park in November.

“We have never played there before but it’s a modern stadium with great facilities and I think it will provide us with the perfect platform for this UEFA Women’s EURO Qualifier.”

Scotland Under-21 coach Ricky Sbragia said: “St Mirren Park have hosted a number of under-21 matches in the past and the feedback I’ve had has been excellent so it made sense to play this important match here.

“The facilities and pitch are excellent and we will be looking to end the year on a high and maintain our hopes of qualifying for the finals in Poland.”

Kick-off times for all three matches will be confirmed soon.

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