Swede Signeul’s home nation finished third in last year’s Women’s World Cup, and will provide a tough test ahead of Scotland’s Euro 2013 qualifier against Israel at Tynecastle on Saturday 16 June.

The Scottish FA East Region has organised supporter’s buses to Stark’s Park from the following locations:

Ethiebeaton Park, Monifeith 
Lynch Sports Centre, Dundee 
Broxden Service, Perth

To book a seat on a bus, contact Sam Milne on sam.milne@scottishfa.co.uk or 07841 569 805.

 

Scotland squad:

Gemma Fay (Celtic)
Shannon Lynn (Hibernian)

Jennifer Beattie (Arsenal)
Frankie Brown (Hibernian)
Rachel Corsie (Glasgow City)
Ifeoma Dieke (Vittsjo GIK)
Lisa Evans (Glasgow City)
Emma Fernon (Glasgow City)
Rhonda Jones (Celtic)
Kim Little (Arsenal)
Joanne Love (Glasgow City)
Hayley Lauder (Aland Utd)
Joelle Murray (Hibernian)
Jane Ross (Glasgow City)
Leanne Ross (Glasgow City)
Rachael Small (Forfar Farmington)
Megan Sneddon (Celtic)

 

Scotland women’s squad to face Sweden
Thursday, 17 May 2012

Women’s International Challenge Match 
Scotland v Sweden
Saturday 26th May 2012, kick-off 3pm
Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy

Tickets available on the gate £5 (adult) £2 (child)

Source: scottishfa.co.uk

4 Comments
  1. Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    Would be amazing @vanjory, hope she is given the opportunity 🙂

  2. Women's Soccer United 8 years ago

    @Lars yea 4-1 was the final score, video highlights of the match here
    I haven’t heard official attendance, don’t know if anyone else can help? 

  3. Sebastian Kanty 8 years ago

    centerbacks segerström and sembrandt has some minor injuries, and coach dennerby has decided not to take any chances so close to olympics, that he has pulled them from the game, and replaced them with levenstad and berglund

  4. Women's Soccer United 8 years ago

    Thanks for the update Sebastian. Very sorry to hear that about Therese, hope she has a speedy recovery

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