Scottish women's football team struggles for recognition

The team is scheduled to play in their first ever major tournament, the European Championship.

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    Scotland's women's football team is scheduled to play in their first ever major tournament - the European Championship.

    Even though football has been played by women in Scotland since the 17th century, the team still faces a battle for recognition.


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