The game will be played in Hampden Park on Tuesday, October 11th with a record crowd expected for a Scottish women’s competitive fixture at home.

Ireland v Scotland in World Cup Qualifier 1
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This will be the 22nd meeting between the two teams at senior women’s level but none of the previous encounters were as important as this one with a potential route to the World Cup at stake.

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Vera Pauw’s team are the third-ranked team in the Second Round of the Play-Offs, behind both Switzerland and Iceland, who face Wales and Portugal respectively in their games.

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The two best ranked winners – based on qualification record – will proceed directly to the World Cup.

The third winner qualifies for the FIFA Women’s Inter-Confederation Play-Off in February 2023.

TEAM NEWS
Ireland have a full squad to choose from.

Republic of Ireland WNT Manager Vera Pauw


The target when we started this campaign was to qualify for the World Cup and we remain in a position to achieve that.

We believe in ourselves and trust in each other – players and staff – but we know that we have to be at our very best if we are to win this game. Making it to the World Cup has always been the dream.

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Galway Girl, Niamh Fahy


MATCH DETAILS

Scotland v Republic of Ireland
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifying Play-Off
Tuesday, October 11
KO 20:00
Hampden Park
LIVE on RTÉ2
#SCOIRL

 

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