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  1. Last time out

    Scotland 0-4 Norway

    Watch highlights as Norway score four first-half goals to thrash Scotland 4-0 in the Women's European Under-19 Championships and leave them on the verge of exiting the competition at the group stage.

    Available to UK users only.

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    Video caption: Women's U19 Euros: 'Outstanding finish' inspires Norway to thrash Scotland 4-0
  2. Scotland Squad

    Goalkeepers – Allison, Mutch

    Defenders – Brown, Clark, Connor, Girasoli, McAlonie, McCafferty, Newsham

    Midfielders – Callaghan, McIntosh, Muir, McGowan, Napier, Smith

    Forwards – Craig, Davidson, McCartney, McGovern, Morrison

    Scotland's Hannah Clark
  3. How to watch the tournament

    All times are BST and subject to change

    You can watch all of the group stage matches involving England and Scotland across the Red Button, BBC Sport website, app & iPlayer. There will also be full coverage of both semi-finals and the final.

    Monday 22nd July

    18:15 - Netherlands v Scotland - Red Button & online

    Thursday 25th July

    16:00 - Semi-final 1- Red Button & online

    19:30 - Semi-final 2 - Red Button & online

    Sunday 28th July

    16:00 - Final - Red Button & online

    All times are BST and subject to late change.

  4. What is the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship?

    The 2018/19 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship will showcase some of the top women’s under-19 talent from across Europe and will take place in Scotland from 16-28 July 2019. The tournament will act as a qualifier for the 2020 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

    There are eight teams taking part split across two groups.

    Group A consists of the hosts Scotland, Netherlands, Norway and France, while Group B consists of England, Belgium, Germany and current holders Spain.

    After the group stage is complete the tournament will progress straight to semi-finals where the winner of Group A will play the runner-up of Group B and vice-versa.

    UEFA's allocation for the 2020 FIFA U-20 World Cup has not been confirmed but if needed a play-off will be held between the two third-place group finishers to determine a fifth entrant.

  5. Get Inspired: How to get into football

    Get Inspired


    The country was in World Cup fever again as the USA became world champions and the Lionesses impressed this summer. With 1.4 million women and girls playing football, there's no doubt that it's the nation's most popular female-team participation sport.

    Around the UK there are schemes designed to help girls get into football - from grassroots to the professional game - as well as routes into coaching.

    Each Football Association across the home nations has information specifically to encourage women to play, for more information follow the links in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England.

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    Video caption: Women's World Cup: Cuthbert & Bright's easy drills to help you improve your skills