There are many routes into International Rugby – follow in the footsteps of Scottish International players Jim Hamilton, Henry Pygros and Hamish Watson who took the pathway of the Scottish Exile Programme.
It’s not just players that live in Scotland that can play rugby for the Scotland team – whether you, your parents or grandparents were born in Scotland then Scottish Exiles could be your route to playing for the Scotland team.
There are two ways to get involved:
The Scottish Rugby Union Exile programme is not a club or purely a representative pathway. It is a player centred initiative designed to provide a development, support and a pathway for Scottish qualified players living outside of Scotland.
The scheme recognises individual playing situations then provides appropriate support and opportunities to progress towards International Age group rugby or beyond!
Are you passionate about driving Scottish Rugby forward and developing young players? Volunteer with us!
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Exiles Player Development Programme and we’re pleased to offer a variety of different roles. Our aim is to attract skilled individuals who seek a rewarding experience, and are committed to the development of Scottish Exiles Rugby.