BBC Scotland has secured the rights for live television and radio coverage of Scotland's games in the Under-20 World Cup in Canada.
Graham Dorrans and Brian Gilmour may feature for the Scots in Canada
The Scots' group matches begin against Japan on 1 July at 2215 BST, with further games against Nigeria on 4 July and Costa Rica three days later.
All Scotland matches will be screened, as will the semi-finals and final - scheduled for July 22.
A spokesman said the finals would be an entertaining showcase for young talent.
Matches played after midnight British time will be repeated 'as live' on television the following morning at 0900 BST.
The top two plus the four best third-placed teams will qualify for a round of 16.
A BBC spokesman said: "We are delighted to have secured the rights for Scotland's matches and other games in this prestigious tournament.
"It is a great opportunity for the team to build on its recent successes and we will be with them all the way as they take on the best in the world.
"In recent years, global stars such as Kaka and Messi have made a big impact before taking the step up to the senior level."