Scotland Head Coach Steve Clarke has today named a 28-man provisional EURO 2024 squad as the excitement builds towards this summer's UEFA EURO 2024 in Germany.

Clarke's side will take on hosts Germany at the Allianz Arena on 14 June where, just like in the 1998 World Cup in France, Scotland will kick off the tournament in the opening match. 

Following a strong qualifying campaign which saw Scotland qualify with two games to spare, Clarke has named an expanded 28-man squad that boasts lots of experience. 

There are two uncapped players included in the squad in Ross McCrorie and Ben Doak. McCrorie has been a part of the Scotland set-up before, while Doak earns his first senior call-up after impressing in the Scotland Under-21s. 

James Forrest, who has not represented Scotland for nearly three years, has been rewarded for a strong end to the season with an inclusion in the 28-man squad.

Scotland take on Gibraltar in Faro on 3 June before hosting Finland at Hampden Park on 7 June for a send-off party with the Tartan Army before heading out to Germany where the squad will be based in Garmisch-Paternkirchen. 

Scotland UEFA EURO 2024 Squad

Zander Clark Heart of Midlothian
Craig Gordon Heart of Midlothian
Angus Gunn Norwich 
Liam Kelly Motherwell 

Liam Cooper Leeds United
Grant Hanley Norwich
Jack Hendry Al-Ettifaq
Scott McKenna FC Copenhagen
Ross McCrorie Bristol City
Ryan Porteous Watford
Anthony Ralston Celtic 
Andrew Robertson Liverpool
John Souttar Rangers
Greg Taylor Celtic
Kieran Tierney Real Sociedad

Stuart Armstrong Southampton
Ryan Christie AFC Bournemouth
Billy Gilmour Brighton & Hove Albion FC
Ryan Jack Rangers
John McGinn Aston Villa
Callum McGregor Celtic
Kenny McLean Norwich
Scott McTominay Manchester United

Ché Adams Southampton
Ben Doak Liverpool
Lyndon Dykes Queens Park Rangers
James Forrest Celtic
Lawrence Shankland Heart of Midlothian

International Friendlies

Gibraltar v Scotland
Monday, 3 June 2024 (kick-off: 5:00pm UK time)
Estadio Algarve, Faro, Portugal

Scotland v Finland
Friday, 7 June 2024 (kick-off 7.45pm)
Hampden Park, Glasgow

UEFA EURO 2024 Fixtures

Germany v Scotland
Friday, 14 June 2024 (kick off: 8:00pm UK time)
Allianz Arena, Munich

Scotland v Switzerland
Wednesday, 19 June 2024 (kick off: 8:00pm UK time)
Rheinenergiestadion, Cologne

Scotland v Hungary
Sunday, 23 June 2024 (kick off: 8:00pm UK time)
Mhparena, Stuttgart