Scotland National Team for Euro 2024: Squad, Key Players, and Prospects

Scotland National Team for Euro 2024

The Scotland National Team, managed by Steve Clarke, is heading to Euro 2024 with high hopes and a solid squad. After a successful qualification campaign, Scotland aims to make a significant impact in the upcoming tournament.

Squad Overview

Scotland’s squad features a blend of Premier League stars and domestic talents. The team is captained by Liverpool’s Andy Robertson, whose leadership and defensive prowess are crucial for Scotland’s success. At the moment, the final squad is not announced as there are 28 names on the list. The final list will be revealed couple of days before the competitions starts.


  • Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian)
  • Liam Kelly (Motherwell)
  • Angus Gunn (Norwich City)
  • Zander Clark (Heart of Midlothian)


  • Andy Robertson (Liverpool)
  • Kieran Tierney (Arsenal)
  • Scott McKenna (Nottingham Forest)
  • Jack Hendry (Al-Ettifaq)
  • Aaron Hickey (Brentford)
  • Ryan Porteous (Watford)
  • Liam Cooper (Leeds United)
  • Grant Hanley (Norwich City)
  • Greg Taylor (Celtic)
  • John Souttar (Rangers)
  • Anthony Ralston (Celtic)
  • Ross McCrorie (Bristol City)


  • John McGinn (Aston Villa)
  • Scott McTominay (Manchester United)
  • Callum McGregor (Celtic)
  • Billy Gilmour (Brighton)
  • Ryan Christie (Bournemouth)
  • Lewis Ferguson (Bologna)
  • Kenny McLean (Norwich City)
  • Stuart Armstrong (Southampton)
  • Ryan Jack (Rangers)


  • Lyndon Dykes (Queens Park Rangers)
  • Che Adams (Southampton)
  • Lawrence Shankland (Hearts)
  • Ben Doak (Liverpool)
  • James Forrest (Celtic)

Key Players

Andy Robertson

The Liverpool left-back is not only a defensive anchor but also a significant attacking threat. His ability to deliver precise crosses and his relentless work rate make him indispensable for the Scotland National Team.

John McGinn

Aston Villa’s midfield dynamo, McGinn, is known for his tenacity and goal-scoring ability. His presence in midfield is vital for Scotland, providing both defensive cover and attacking impetus.

Scott McTominay

Manchester United’s versatile midfielder, McTominay, brings physicality and tactical awareness to the team. His ability to break up play and contribute offensively will be key to Scotland’s tournament ambitions.

Managerial Prowess

Steve Clarke has rejuvenated the Scotland National Team since taking over in 2019. His tactical acumen and ability to get the best out of his players have been instrumental in Scotland’s recent successes, including their Euro 2020 campaign and the subsequent qualification for Euro 2024.

Expectations and Prospects

Scotland has been placed in a competitive group alongside Hungary, Germany, and Switzerland. Their campaign begins on June 15 against Germany, a match that will be a true test of their capabilities. With a squad full of experienced professionals and promising young talents, Scotland has the potential to advance beyond the group stage.

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Their success will largely depend on the performances of their key players and Clarke’s tactical decisions. If they can harness their strengths and play to their full potential, Scotland could be one of the surprise packages of Euro 2024.