Shelley Kerr’s side are making history in 2019 by becoming the first Scotland women’s team to reach a FIFA World Cup.
To prepare for the tournament, they will travel to La Manga, Spain in January for a training camp where they will also play two matches.
First up will be Norway on Thursday, 17 January, 5pm kick-off (UK time) before they play Iceland on 21 January, 3pm kick-off (UK time)
A month later, spanning the end of February and the start of March, Scotland will also participate in the prestigious Algarve Cup for the first time since 2002.
The Portuguese competition is renowned in the international women’s game for being a highly competitive tournament featuring some of the strongest teams in the world.
Previous winners include the USA, Germany and Canada.
The line-up of confirmed nations set to compete in the 2019 Algarve Cup and fixtures will be confirmed in due course.