47-year-old Brian Murray from Annan in Dumfries and Galloway, has been picked to join the Amputee Football Association of Scotland's (AFAS) team.
He will be competing in a tri-nation tournament against national teams from The Netherlands and Germany, starting Friday, 23 June.
This will mark Scotland's first time partaking in a European tournament for disability football.
Brian Murray lost his leg at nine years old, to cancer. He started playing amputee football in 2016 when he saw a poster on the wall at the prosthetics unit he attends in Edinburgh.
He travelled 150 miles to train with Everton amputees. He later worked with the English club to host a taster session at Annan Athletic in March 2016.
AFAS is a charity responsible for developing and promoting amputee football in Scotland, aiming to create an amputee football league.