Scotland learn 2022 World Cup qualifying fixture dates and times

Scotland will kick off their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign with a home game against Austria.

Scotland's 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign gets under way with a home match against Austria
Scotland's 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign gets under way with a home match against Austria

Steve Clarke’s side will host Franco Foda's men on Thursday March 25 2021 before travelling to face Israel in Jerusalem, Haifa, or Beersheba in the second qualifier on Sunday March 28.

The Faroe Islands will then travel to Glasgow for the third matchday on Wednesday March 31.

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The Scots will begin the second batch of qualifiers with an away game against Denmark, likely to be played at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium on Wednesday September 1, before welcoming Moldova on Saturday September 4, and most probably taking on Austria at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna on Tuesday September 7.

The penultimate round sees the Scots host Israel on Saturday October 9 before travelling to the Faroes on Tuesday October 12. That fixture will likely be played at Tórsvøllur, making a return trip to Svangaskarð for the Tartan Army unlikely.

Moldova v Scotland is scheduled for Friday November 12 and will almost certainly be played at Zimbru Chișinău’s Stadionul Zimbru, before a home game against the Danes on Monday November 15 rounds off the qualifying campaign.

Fixtures in brief

SCOTLAND v Austria, Thursday March 25, 2021

Israel v SCOTLAND, Sunday March 28, 2021

SCOTLAND v Faroe Islands, Wednesday March 31, 2021

Denmark v SCOTLAND, Wednesday September 1, 2021

SCOTLAND v Moldova, Saturday September 4, 2021

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Austria v SCOTLAND, Tuesday September 7, 2021

SCOTLAND v Israel, Saturday October 9, 2021 *5pm

Faroe Islands v SCOTLAND, Tuesday October 12, 2021

Moldova v SCOTLAND, Friday November 12, 2021

SCOTLAND v Denmark, Monday November 15, 2021

Venues TBC. All matches kick off at 7.45pm unless otherwise stated.

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