2001–02 in Scottish Football - Scotland National Team

Scotland National Team

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scotland scorer(s) Report
1 September Hampden Park, Glasgow (H) Croatia 0–0 WCQG6 BBC Sport
5 September Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels (A) Belgium 0–2 WCQG6 BBC Sport
6 October Hampden Park, Glasgow (H) Latvia 2–1 WCQG6 Dougie Freedman, David Weir BBC Sport
27 March Stade de France, Saint-Denis (A) France 0–5 Friendly BBC Sport
17 April Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H) Nigeria 1–2 Friendly Christian Dailly BBC Sport
16 May Asiad Main Stadium, Busan (A) South Korea 1–4 Friendly Scott Dobie BBC Sport
20 May Mongkok Stadium, Hong Kong (N) South Africa 0–2 Friendly BBC Sport

Key:

  • (H) = Home match
  • (A) = Away match
  • WCQG6 = World Cup Qualifying - Group 6

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