A jubilant Scotland celebrated wildly in Shkoder as they clinched their first-ever spot at a Women's World Cup finals with a dramatic victory over Albania.

In Pictures: Scotland Women’s World Cup Squad

Scotland Women’s manager Shelley Kerr has named her squad which take part in the Women’s World Cup finals next month.

We look at the 23 players who will travel to France to represent Scotland in the competition for the very first time.

Howard represented her birth country, Germany, at youth level before switching her allegiance to Scotland. The defender currently plays for Reading in the FA Women's Super League. (Pic: Reading FC)

9. Sophie Howard

Howard represented her birth country, Germany, at youth level before switching her allegiance to Scotland. The defender currently plays for Reading in the FA Women's Super League. (Pic: Reading FC)
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Another Glasgow City player, left-wing/forward Lauder is closing in on 100 caps with 95 so far, scoring nine goals. (Pic: Jeff Holmes)

10. Hayley Lauder

Another Glasgow City player, left-wing/forward Lauder is closing in on 100 caps with 95 so far, scoring nine goals. (Pic: Jeff Holmes)
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Murray grew up in Chirnside and made her Scotland debut in 2007. She has played 47 times in total. She is the current Hibs Ladies captain. (Pic: JPI Media)

11. Joelle Murray

Murray grew up in Chirnside and made her Scotland debut in 2007. She has played 47 times in total. She is the current Hibs Ladies captain. (Pic: JPI Media)
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Smith, from Dalkeith, signed for Manchester United last summer and the 25-year-old defender has played 33 times for Scotland since 2014. (Pic: JPI Media)

12. Kirsty Smith

Smith, from Dalkeith, signed for Manchester United last summer and the 25-year-old defender has played 33 times for Scotland since 2014. (Pic: JPI Media)
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