Scotland National Football Team World Cup tickets (2022/2023)

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Scotland National Football Team World Cup Information

The Football World Cup is watched by millions of fans around the world. The best teams from around the world play for the chance to lift the best trophy in football including the Scotland national team. Find Scotland World Cup 2022 football tickets at the best prices from the safest websites and see all the games in Qatar.
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Subject to qualification to the 2022 World Cup, Scotland will play three group-stage matches in Qatar: Scotland v USA, Scotland v Iran and Scotland v England.

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Scotland might be one of the oldest national teams in the world. They are the first team to stage the first official football match in history against England. However, their world cup campaign can be considered quite less than expected for such historic team. The Tartan Army have only made less than ten appearances since the first edition of FIFA World Cup in 1930 and been well-known as the most unfortunate one so far.

Overall World Cup Campaign

Scotland seems to be far away from the ladyluck when it comes to their fate in major international tournaments, including the world cup. Despite their historic record in the origin of modern football, they have only made eight appearances in the final round. Yet, none of their campaign in the competition ended more than a group stage. Since their debut in Switzerland 1954, Scotland could even only finish third on the table on four occasions only, in Germany 1974, Argentina 1978, Spain 1982 and Italy 1990. Among those four editions, only the first two were regarded as the most unfortunate campaign in Scottish international football. In both world cups in 1970s, Scotland failed to go through due to the goal difference rule. In 1974, they won 2-0 only over Zaire and held Brasil and Yugoslavia in a goalless and 1-1 draw. Billy Bremmer and Co collected five points, the highest so far in World Cup campaign, but still were not enough as Brasil and Yugoslavia had better aggregate. Four years later, Ally McCleod’s side made a disappointing start with a defeat from Peru and a draw against Iran. Their stunning 3-2 victory over Netherlands was just too late and did not suffice to progress based on the goal difference rule.

Meanwhile, their four other campaigns, in 1954, 1958, 1986 and 1998, did not leave any impressive results at all as they only managed to pick up one point.

Iconic Moments in The World Cup

Among their entire games at the group stage, the match against Netherlands in 1978 was their best form. Kenny Daglish and Co were underrated and only snatched one point in the previous two games with minus two goal. A big win with three-goal difference was needed to guarantee their way to the next round for the first time. The game once again started badly for them as they conceded through Rob Rensenbrink, but Kenny Daglish equalised just before the interval. At the second half, the miracle almost happened as Archie Gemmill bagged a brace. The score was 3-1 for the Tartan Army. Only one more goal needed. Unfortunately, there was another goal afterwards, but at the back of their own net as Jonny Rep scored a lifeline but also sealed Ernst Happel’s side to progress instead of Scotland.

On the other hand, their worst result was in France 1998, their final game at the group stage against Morocco. Securing three points with at least two-goal difference was meant to be doable as they were the favourite and only had minus one goal in the past two games. In reality, it was the opposite. Craig Brown’s men were hapless against the African side and trashed 0-3 in the end.

Top Players & Managers For Scotland

There have been many Top Players & Managers in Scottish football. However, only a few of them, on and at the side of the pitch, contributed well to their world cup campaign. Kenny Daglish, Archie Gemmill, Billy Bremmer, Joe Jordan, Graeme Souness and Steve Archibald are the key men on the pitch with Will Ormond, Ally McCleod and Jock Stein at the helm of the team.

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