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Last International Cap by Club

Autistisches Nilpferd

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List after corrections. Will keep updating and correcting as we go

Aberdeen -  Lewis Ferguson 2022
Airdrieonians - Simon Vella 2002
Albion Rovers - Jock White 1923
Alloa Athletic - Jock Hepburn 1891
Arbroath - Ned Doig 1889
Annan Athletic
Ayr United - Frankie Mousonda (Zambia) 2022
Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic
Celtic - Callum McGregor 2022
Clyde - Harry Hood 1967
Cove Rangers
Dumbarton - Dimitris Froxylias (Cyprus) 2018
Dundee - Niall McGinn (Norn Ireland) 2022
Dundee United - Aziz Behich (Australia) 2022
Dunfermline - Vytas Gaspuitis (Lithuania) 2021
East Fife - Arnold Dwarika (Trinidad) 1997
Elgin City
Falkirk -  Deimantas Petravičius (Lithuania) 2019
Forfar Athletic - Odmar Faero (Faroes 2012)
Greenock Morton -  Fouad Bachirou (Comoros 2014)
Hamilton Academical - David Moyo (Zimbabwe) 2021
Heart of Midlothian - Nathanial Atkinson 2022
Hibernian - Kevin Nisbet 2021
Inverness -  Lonsana Doumbouya (Guinea) 2016
Kelty Hearts
Kilmarnock -  Kyle Lafferty (Norn Ireland) 2022
Livingston - Marvin Andrews (Trinidad) 2004
Montrose -  George Bowman & Alexander Keillor 1892
Motherwell - Stephen O'Donnell 2022
Partick Thistle - Mathius Pogba (Guinea) 2016
Queen of the South - Billy Houliston 1948
Queen's Park -  Bobby Brown 1946
Raith Rovers - Frankie Mousonda (Zambia) 2021
Rangers - Ryan Jack 2022
Ross County - Regan Charles-Cook (Grenada) 2021
St Johnstone - David Wotherspoon (Canada) 2021
St Mirren - Alex Greive (New Zealand) 2022
Stenhousemuir Simon Vella 2002
Stirling Albion

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20 minutes ago, Autistisches Nilpferd said:
4 hours ago, Salvo Montalbano said:
I'd have to double check but didn't Vytas Gaspuitis play for Lithuania last season or the season before?

It seems not but happy to be corrected

Signed for Dunfermline on 4th Feb 2021 and played for Lithuania in March and April that year according to Transfermarkt [https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/vytas-gaspuitis/nationalmannschaft/spieler/269893]  He then left to join a Lithuanian team in January 2022.

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2 hours ago, HibeeJibee said:

Yrick Gallantes played 5x WC qualifiers for The Philippines in autumn 2019, while with Gala Fairydean Rovers. There can't be many (any?) other full caps from non-league tbf.

Did Brechin City not have one last season?

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On 23/09/2022 at 08:26, Autistisches Nilpferd said:

Heart of Midlothian - Craig Gordon 2022

Nathaniel Atkinson played for Australia about 12 hours after the Scotland-Ukraine game. Same likely to happen again this weekend with Scotland game Saturday and Australia away to New Zealand on Sunday.

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In Auckland this afternoon Nathaniel Atkinson (Hearts) started for Australia and subbed by Ryan Strain (St Mirren) after 63 mins. At same time Cameron Deviln (Hearts) came on as a sub then Keanu Baccus (St Mirren) on after 81 mins. Alex Grieve (St Mirren) on as a sub for NZ after 61 mins.

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On 22/09/2022 at 23:56, Autistisches Nilpferd said:

Cove Rangers 

Kelty Hearts 

Thought I had one for either or both of these, but he seems to have fallen inbetween.

Kieran Ngwenya, Malawi. 

I remember talk of him potentially going to AFCON whilst at Kelty last season, but turns out he's only played for Malawi once, in June 2021, which was after he left Cove and before he joined Kelty.

Sadly Antons Kurakins didn't get his first Latvian cap until after he left Stranraer.


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On 24/09/2022 at 11:08, Dundee Hibernian said:

It's an ever changing list: Behich was replaced by Ilmari Niskanen last night, as he came on as sub for Finland late in their draw with Romania. 

Get with the times grandad.

Dylan Levitt played for Wales v Poland 

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Darren Barr won his only Scotland cap in 2008. He was the first Falkirk player to win a Scotland cap in nearly half a century and no others have done since then.


Several other Falkirk players have won international caps in the 21st century, but none playing for Scotland. 

Off the top of my head


Deimantis Petravicius (Lithuania)

Michael McGovern (Northern Ireland)

Froxylias was briefly a Falkirk player but managed to be released just a month or two into the season, so I’m not clear whether he actually played for Cyprus during his time at the Falkirk stadium. 

Fraser Aird scored for Canada in a friendly against Scotland at Easter Road during his short spell at Falkirk.


Most famously of all, both Densill Theobald and Russell Latapy went to the 2006 World Cup whilst on the books at Falkirk. Theobald played every game for Trinidad & Tobago, whilst his compatriot was only a sub appearance in the final game.


There are several other 21st century Falkirk players who represented their country but I’m not sure if there was any overlap. Kjartan Finnbogason, Tim Krul, Kasper Schmeichel, Roman Wallner, Collin Samuel, Aaron Taylor-Sinclair, Anthony Stokes, Will Vaulks and Brent Rahim all fit into this group


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On 23/09/2022 at 21:14, HibeeJibee said:

Yrick Gallantes played 5x WC qualifiers for The Philippines in autumn 2019, while with Gala Fairydean Rovers. There can't be many (any?) other full caps from non-league tbf.

If I was being utterly pedantic, and why not, I would say all Scotland caps before 1890 came from non-(Scottish) League clubs.

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