Scott Allardice (born 31 March 1998) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Scottish club Inverness Caledonian Thistle. He began his career with Dundee United. Allardice signed his first professional contract for Dundee United in June 2014, but missed most of the 2014–15 season due to a knee injury. He made his first team debut against Falkirk in a Scottish Championship match on 8 April 2017. He spent loan spells with East Fife and Dumbarton in 2018 before joining Bohemians in 2019. He has represented the Scotland national under-19 team. Scott scored his first goal for Inverness with a 35 yards strike against Arbroath on 1st Nov 2020. Boom!
Scott had a great season at Inverness in 20/21 scoring 3 goals and was jointly awarded the players player of the year trophy with Nikolay Todorov.
During 21/22 season he suffered a season ending injury in December after some great performances.
Scott played in the final couple of play-off games at the end of season 21/22 and is ready to go for the new season. Unfortunately a serious injury meant Scott missed most of the first half of season 22/23 but he returned to the field in January 2023. Scott is a regular go to player and his tough tackling style has been much appreciated by the fans. Scott has scored 7 goals for the Caley Jags despite injury blighting his career. The Scottish Cup final in June 2023 will be his 100th appearance for Inverness.