Scottish Rugby news

Celtic Park will host the 2019 Guinness PRO14 Final on May 25 as the Championship takes another historic step with the showpiece event being held outside of
Scottish Rugby continues to develop its profile globally, as more fans than ever before follow rugby in Scotland.
Scottish Rugby is proud to welcome a charity set up by former Scotland player Doddie Weir as one of its official charity partners.
Scottish Rugby is continuing its performance partnership with French side Stade Nicois and has identified six players who will join the club for the coming 2018/19 s
Scottish Rugby has doubled the number of contracted female players, awarding eight new contracts.
Scottish Rugby have launched a series of Age Grade Law Variations (AGLV) Trial Workshops this August aimed at all coaches, teachers and match officials working in Mini and Schools & Youth rugby
More than half a million fans turned out to watch professional rugby in Scotland last season (553,969) as the sport continues its rapid rise in popularity.
Scottish Rugby has generated one of the strongest operating results for the game in its history, which will lead to a continuing increase in investment across the sport in Scotland, its 2017/18 Ann
Scottish Rugby has issued a document giving more detail on its trial set of age grade law variations (AGLVs) for the 2018/19 season.
Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby will contest next season’s 1872 Cup over three rounds, with Scotstoun hosting the final match of the series.