New Scotland Women’s National Team head coach Shelley Kerr will begin her quest to lead Scotland to a first ever World Cup with a trip to Belarus in October.
UEFA have now confirmed the fixture list following Tuesday’s draw in Nyon for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying campaign, which placed Scotland in Group two alongside Switzerland, Poland, Belarus and Albania.
The first fixture of 2018 will see Scotland take on top seeds Switzerland away on 5 April, followed by a home tie against Poland.
Scotland end the campaign at home to Switzerland on 31 August followed by a trip to Albania on 4 September.
The seven group winners will join hosts France in the finals, while the four group runners-up with the best records against the sides placed first, third and fourth in their groups will advance to the play-offs.
The play-offs will consist of two rounds of two-legged knockout ties to be played in October and November 2018 to decide Europe's final qualifier.
Scotland's Group 2 Fixtures:
Thursday 19 October – Belarus (A)
Tuesday 24 October – Albania (H)
Thursday 5 April – Switzerland (A)
Tuesday 10 April – Poland (H)
Thursday 7 June – Belarus (H)
Tuesday 12 June – Poland (A)
Friday 31 August – Switzerland (H)
Tuesday 4 September – Albania (A)
Reported by Scottish FA
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