Team Scotland Squad for UEFA Euro 2024 (Unconfirmed)

The Scottish Football Association, steeped in history since its foundation in 1873 and a FIFA member since 1910, proudly presents its national football team. With an average height of 1.83m and an average age of 27.3 in 2023, Scotland stands as a formidable force in the realm of football. The UEFA-affiliated association continues to nurture talent and compete at the highest level on the European stage.

UEFA EURO 2024 Dates, Schedule and Live Streaming


Stevie Clarke

Stevie Clarke, born on 1963-08-29 in Saltcoats, Scotland, guides the Scottish national team with a wealth of experience. Standing at 1.78m, Clarke’s coaching tenure includes 10 matches, demonstrating his commitment to the team’s success.

Squad Overview


  1. Angus Gunn (1/22/1996)
  2. Zander Clark (6/26/1992)
  3. Liam Kelly (1/23/1996)

Centre Backs

  • Ryan Porteous (3/25/1999)
  • Jack Hendry (5/7/1995)
  • Scott McKenna (11/12/1996)
  • Grant Hanley (11/20/1991)
  • Liam Cooper (8/30/1991)
  • John Souttar (9/25/1996)
  • Dominic Hyam (12/20/1995)

Full Backs

  • Aaron Hickey (6/10/2002)
  • Andrew Robertson (3/11/1994)
  • Kieran Tierney (6/5/1997)
  • Nathan Patterson (10/16/2001)
  • Greg Taylor (11/5/1997)
  • Tony Ralston (11/16/1998)


Centre Midfielders

  1. Scott McTominay (12/8/1996)
  2. Callum McGregor (6/14/1993)
  3. Billy Gilmour (6/11/2001)
  4. Kenny McLean (1/8/1992)
  5. Lewis Ferguson (8/24/1999)

Left Midfielders

  • John McGinn (10/18/1994)
  • Stuart Armstrong (3/30/1992)

Right Midfielders

  • Ryan Christie (2/22/1995)

Defensive Midfielder

  • Ryan Jack (2/27/1992)


Centre Forwards

  1. Lyndon Dykes (10/7/1995)
  2. Ché Adams (7/13/1996)
  3. Jacob Brown (4/10/1998)
  4. Lawrence Shankland (8/10/1995)
  5. Kevin Nisbet (3/8/1997)


The Scottish national football team, under the astute leadership of Coach Stevie Clarke, boasts a squad rich in talent and diversity. With a mix of experienced campaigners and emerging stars, Scotland embraces its footballing heritage while looking ahead to a promising future.

As they embark on their UEFA Euro journey, the Scottish Football Association aims to make a lasting impact, showcasing the spirit and skill that define Scottish football on the European stage. The fans eagerly anticipate the team’s performances, hopeful for a memorable campaign filled with moments of pride and glory.

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