Scotland's upcoming Women's Euro 2025 qualifier against Israel on May 31 will be held at an empty Hampden Park due to intelligence about "planned disruptions".

The away fixture, scheduled to be played in Hungary on June 4, will also take place behind closed doors.

The decision impacting Pedro Martinez-Losa's team comes just 24 hours after the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court announced plans to seek arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other leaders from both Israel and Hamas, accusing them of committing war crimes in Gaza and Israel.

A statement from the Scottish Football Association read: “Due to updated intelligence and following extensive security consultations with all key parties, the Scottish FA regrets to confirm that the forthcoming qualifier between Scotland and Israel at Hampden Park on May 31 will now be played behind closed doors.

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“The stadium operations team were alerted to the potential for planned disruptions to the match and as a consequence we have no option but to play the match without supporters in attendance.

“Measures are in place to provide an automatic and full refund to those supporters who have already purchased tickets for this match.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the decision but the safety of supporters, players, team staff and officials is of paramount importance.”