Scottish Rugby news

BT Murrayfield, the home of Scottish Rugby, is opening its doors on Wednesday 30 November in celebration of St.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Board member Tom Inglis who passed away last Friday. He was 75.
Almost seventeen years ago, Wallabies captain John Eales was reflecting on a quarter final win over Wales in the 1999 World Cup when he got a call from a work colleague asking him to help four Lism
The Target Outstanding Performance programme (TOP) was developed by the company’s own human resource department and is designed to develop the talents and business skills of identified staff, in pa
Pop royalty Robbie Williams will be bringing his next world tour to BT Murrayfield in June 2017.
Scottish Rugby is partnering with Harris Tweed and today (Thursday 3 November) in the Outer Hebrides unveiled a new official SRU design.
Scottish Rugby has welcomed its England based players back into Scotland camp ahead of the Autumn Internationals this weekend.
Scottish Rugby’s member clubs voted unanimously tonight to allow the possibility of external investment into the country’s two professional teams. 
Former Scotland international and Scottish Rugby President, Andy Irvine, is backing the Union's calling of an SGM to seek a mandate for inward investment in the profession
Scottish Rugby is encouraging it's member clubs to attend a Special General Meeting this Friday, 28th October, to help safeguard the future of both the domestic and professional game.