Scottish FA Chief Executive Ian Maxwell reflected on a "hugely positive" year for the Association ahead of the 2022 Annual General Meeting.
Following a year in which Hampden Park hosted EURO2020 fixtures and became the permanent home of the Scotland Women's National Team, Maxwell looked back on a number of standout moments in an exclusive interview at the National Stadium.
"2021 was a really positive year for the Men's National team, there's no doubt about that," he said. "We were delighted to host the delayed EURO2020 matches at Hampden, which showed what a good venue it is for that type of event.
"We were delighted to participate and that helped engage a huge amount of engagement with the National Team and that continued in the the qualifying campaign for Qatar."
He added: "Obviously everyone was devastated with the performance and result against Ukraine, it wasn't the outcome anybody wanted."
Following today's AGM, the Scottish FA has published the 2022 Annual Review, looking back at a year in which the organisation generated a record £48,056,000 revenue.