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.

Highly thought of, Kerr played for the national side 59 times. She became manager in 2017. (Pic: JPI Media)

1. Shelley Kerr

Highly thought of, Kerr played for the national side 59 times. She became manager in 2017. (Pic: JPI Media)
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One of three 'keepers in the squad, Glasgow City's Alexander made her full international debut in 2017. The 27-year-old hails from Rutherglen. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

2. Lee Alexander

One of three 'keepers in the squad, Glasgow City's Alexander made her full international debut in 2017. The 27-year-old hails from Rutherglen. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
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A new addition to the international scene, Fife made her debut for Scotland in 2018 and has three caps to her name. Current goalkeeper for Hibernian in the Scottish Women's Premier League (Pic: JPI Media)

3. Jenna Fife

A new addition to the international scene, Fife made her debut for Scotland in 2018 and has three caps to her name. Current goalkeeper for Hibernian in the Scottish Women's Premier League (Pic: JPI Media)
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Canadian-born goalie, aged 33, plays in Sweden for Vittsj� GIK and has played for the national side 29 times. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

4. Shannon Lynn

Canadian-born goalie, aged 33, plays in Sweden for Vittsj� GIK and has played for the national side 29 times. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
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