2004–05 in Scottish Football - Scotland National Team

Scotland National Team

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scotland scorer(s) Report
18 August Hampden Park, Glasgow (H) Hungary 0–3 Friendly BBC Sport
3 September Estadio Ciudad de Valencia, Valencia (A) Spain 1–1 Friendly Rubén Baraja (o.g.) / James McFadden BBC Sport
8 September Hampden Park, Glasgow (H) Slovenia 0–0 WCQ5 BBC Sport
9 October Hampden Park, Glasgow (H) Norway 0–1 WCQ5 BBC Sport
13 October Republican Stadium, Chişinău (A) Moldova 1–1 WCQ5 Steven Thompson BBC Sport
17 November Easter Road, Edinburgh (H) Sweden 1–4 Friendly James McFadden BBC Sport
26 March San Siro, Milan (A) Italy 0–2 WCQ5 BBC Sport
4 June Hampden Park, Glasgow (H) Moldova 2–0 WCQ5 Christian Dailly, James McFadden BBC Sport
8 June Dinamo Stadion, Minsk (A) Belarus 0–0 WCQ5 BBC Sport


  • (H) = Home match
  • (A) = Away match
  • WCQ5 = World Cup Qualifying - Group 5

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