Scotland women's national field hockey team
The Scotland women's national field hockey team represents Scotland in international women's field hockey competitions, with the exception of the Olympic Games when Scottish players are eligible to play for the Great Britain women's national field hockey team as selected. Scotland recently participated in the inaugural season of the FIH Hockey World League, but were knocked out in round 2, failing to qualify for the 2014 Hockey World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands. As of November 2015[update] they are seventeenth in the FIH outdoor world rankings.
|Assistant coach(es)||Neil Menzies|
|Current||22 (1 March 2020)|
Competing as Great BritainEdit
Scotland do not compete at the Olympic Games, but Scottish players are eligible to play for Great Britain as selected. Great Britain instead of the four individual home nations (including Scotland) also compete at certain editions of both the FIH Hockey World League, usually when the tournament serves as an Olympic Games qualifier (most recently in 2014–15), and the FIH Hockey Champions Trophy, when held during Olympic years (most recently in 2016).
At the 1992 Olympic Games, Scottish field hockey players, Susan Fraser, Wendy Fraser and Alison Ramsay won bronze medals, as part of the Great Britain team in the women's tournament. Scottish players Laura Bartlett and Emily Maguire repeated the feat at the 2012 Olympic Games. Also with the Great Britain team, Maguire won silver at the 2012 FIH Hockey Champions Trophy (as did Bartlett), and a gold medal for winning the 2014–15 FIH Hockey World League Semi-finals.
- Champions Runners-up Third place Fourth place
- An asterisk denotes draws include knockout matches decided on penalty shootouts.
- A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Scotland.
|World Cup record|
|1983||7th–8th Play–off||8th place||7||2||1||4||5||17|
|1986||9th–10th Play–off||10th place||7||2||0||5||7||14|
|1998||9th–10th Play–off||10th place||7||3||0||4||11||16|
|2002||11th–12th Play–off||12th place||9||2||0||7||8||27|
|World League record|
|2012–13||Round 2||18th place||10||6||2||2||41||10|
|Commonwealth Games record|
|2002||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||5||1||0||4||11||17|
|2006||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||5||2||0||3||11||11|
|2010||7th–8th Play–off||7th place||5||1||2||2||11||10|
|2014||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||5||2||0||3||6||13|
|2018||7th–8th Play–off||7th place||5||2||1||2||10||10|
EuroHockey Nations ChampionshipEdit
|Euro Championship record|
|1984||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||7||4||0||3||8||9|
|1987||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||7||4||0||3||14||13|
|1991||5th–6th Play–off||5th place||7||5||0||2||15||9|
|1995||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||7||3||2||2||19||7|
|1999||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||7||3||2||2||13||12|
|2007 European Nations Challenge II –|
|2009||5th–8th Group||8th place||6||0||3||3||3||11|
|2011 European Nations Challenge II –|
|2013||5th–8th Group||6th place||6||2||0||4||9||10|
|2015||5th–8th Group||6th place||6||3||0||3||10||7|
|2017||5th–8th Group||8th place||5||0||1||4||2||9|
Champions Challenge IEdit
|Hockey Champions Challenge I|
|2002 to 2009 - Did not participate|
|2011||3rd–4th Play–off||3rd place||6||2||3||1||11||11|
|2012||3rd–4th Play–off||4th place||6||1||2||1||5||6|
|2014||7th–8th Play–off||7th place||6||2||1||3||14||12|
Hockey World Cup QualifierEdit
|Hockey Champions Challenge I|
|1997||3rd–4th Play-off||3rd place||7||3||2||2||16||5|
|2001||5th–6th Play–off||6th place||8||4||1||3||14||11|
|2006||9th–10th Play–off||10th place||7||1||0||6||11||20|
|2010||Pool Stage||2nd place||4||3||0||1||9||2|
EuroHockey Nations Indoor ChampionshipEdit
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|2||GK||Nicki Cochrane||8 December 1993||0||Beeston|
|29||GK||Amy Gibson||13 July 1989||0||Reading|
|6||DF||Becky Ward||12 December 1988||Western Wildcats|
|8||DF||Amy Costello||14 January 1998||Uni of Birmingham|
|14||DF||Kareena Cuthbert (captain)||27 January 1987||Western Wildcats|
|26||DF||Robyn Collins||23 September 1992||Surbiton|
|28||DF||Bex Condie (vice-captain)||3 May 1990||Uni of Birmingham|
|4||MF||Mairi Drummond||21 January 1993||Wimbledon|
|9||MF||Katie Robertson||11 December 1996||Grove Menzieshill|
|10||MF||Sarah Robertson||27 September 1993||Hampstead & Westminster|
|19||MF||Nikki Alexander-Lloyd||21 January 1987||Wimbledon|
|21||MF||Alison Howie||3 July 1991||Clydesdale Western|
|22||MF||Nicola Skrastin||16 September 1992||Grove Menzieshill|
|7||FW||Amy Brodie||17 August 1990||Edinburgh University|
|12||FW||Charlotte Watson||23 April 1998||Dundee Wanderers|
|17||FW||Sarah Jamieson||5 May 1994||Grove Menzieshill|
|20||FW||Millie Brown||16 August 1996||Clydesdale Western|
|30||FW||Lucy Lanigan||10 February 1994||Clydesdale Western|
Notable former playersEdit
- "FIH Men's and Women's World Ranking". FIH. 1 March 2020. Retrieved 1 March 2020.
- "Scottish Hockey". Scottish Hockey. 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- "outdoor world rankings". International Hockey Federation (FIH). Retrieved 23 November 2015.
- "Scotland's Olympic medallists since 1896". Daily Record. 4 August 2008. Retrieved 26 August 2016.
- "Emily Magauire profile". GB Hockey. Retrieved 26 August 2016.
- "Laura Bartlett profile". GB Hockey. Retrieved 26 August 2016.