Is this an old grammar book, Sasha?
A few decades ago (before the internet, TV on demand, or the invention of even home video recorders), the only way you could watch a match was live: either at the football ground or broadcast on live TV. If this question dates from that era, the only possibility is the past simple: in those days, you either watched a match live or you missed it entirely.
Let's say it's 1980, and France had played Scotland in a match at 2 pm. That night, in the pub, someone would say to his mate, "Did you see the match between France and Scotland?". At that time, it would have gone without saying that he meant "Did you see the match between France and Scotland AT 2PM THIS AFTERNOON?". It has to be a past simple, because the match was in the past and there is now no longer any possibility of seeing it.
So, yes, your sentence "Have you seen the match between France and Scotland?" is perfectly correct today. But back in 1980, it would have made no sense at all.