On 27th October 2007, Arsenal striker Julie Fleeting became the first Scotland player to score 100 international goals, as the national side defeated Slovakia 3-0 in a Euro 2009 qualifier.
Scotland’s most prolific goal-scorer picked up her 100th cap four days later in the next qualifier against Denmark.
Julie has played for Scotland since the age of fifteen, making her debut against Wales in 1996. In 2002, she became the first Scot to play in the professional WUSA league in America, spending two seasons with San Diego Spirit. She signed for Arsenal in 2004 and was voted Player's Player of the Year at the FA Awards the following year. She was awarded an MBE for services to women's football in 2008.
On 26th March 1986 Kenny Dalglish became the first Scot to make 100 international appearances, as he captained the national side to a 3-0 win over Romania at Hampden.
Kenny was presented with a special trophy by German legend Franz Beckenbauer to mark the occasion.
The Celtic and Liverpool star made his international debut in 1971, coming on as a substitute in Scotland’s Euro ’72 qualifier against Belgium. A year later he scored his first goal as Scotland defeated Denmark 2-0 in a World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park. He went on to play in the 1978 World Cup in Argentina and the 1982 World Cup in Spain. Dalglish earned a record 102 international caps for Scotland and scored 30 goals, a men’s A squad record that he shares with Denis Law. He remains the only male player to reach 100 caps.