And, in just the third game of the tournament, they got off to a winning start with a convincing 8-2 win over Norway.
The first Monday game started with defeat to Indonesia, a tight game ending 7-5.
Back in action four hours later, the Scottish players put that setback behind them with another big win as South Korea were beaten 8-1.
Yesterday's first game was another close affair but this time Scotland prevailed, winning the sudden death penalty shoot-out after a 5-5 draw with Hungary.
That left a Home International to round out Group B and Scotland and Northern Ireland served up a thriller for the Santiago crowd with the Scots eventually claiming a 10-8 win.
And it was an important win.
One defeat from the opening five games left Scotland in second place behind Hungary in a very close Group B with Indonesia just pipped into third and Northern Ireland a further point behind in fourth. Norway and South Korea finished in fifth and sixth.
That means Scotland are ready to take their place in Group D as the Homeless World Cup continues today. They're joined by Russia, Peru, Lithuania, Hong Kong and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
They kick off their Group D challenge today against Lithuania at 4pm our time.
You can follow all the action for Santiago live at the Homeless World Cup website.
Scotland at the Homeless World Cup 2014
The Scotland squad is again coached by Ally Dawson.
- Darren Dougherty
- Benyamin Aghaei
- David McKessey
- Dean McKenzie
- James McCallum
- Ryan Murray
- Sean Stewart
- Toby McKillop
Read Ryan Murray's story to find out how the Homeless World Cup and playing football has already changed his life