The Scottish FA have recently streamed the Under-16s Victory Shield, Under-17s UEFA European Elite Round, Scotland’s Under-21s friendly against Estonia as well as the 2017 Scottish FA Youth Cup Final.
This will be the first women’s game streamed live by the Scottish FA following qualification for Euro 2017 where Scotland have been drawn against England, Spain and Portugal.
The match at Falkirk Stadium against Romania will kick-off at 7pm with Clyde Superscoreboard’s Gordon Duncan set to be joined by Scotland’s all-time record goal scorer Julie Fleeting who will be providing co-commentary.
Scotland will then travel to Sweden for a friendly on Tuesday, 13 June.
It will be shown live on BBC ALBA, kick-off 5pm UK time.
It has also been confirmed that Scotland’s final match before Euro 2017, against Republic of Ireland, will be held at Stark’s Park, kick-off 7.30pm on Friday, 7 July.
All SSC members can gain free entry to Friday’s match by showing their valid SSC membership card.
Entry is £5 for adults and £2 for concessions.