Scotland's national rugby squad competes in the RBS 6 Nations, the Rugby World Cup, the Autumn Tests and in summer tours.

Playing at the home of Scottish Rugby, the world famous BT Murrayfield Stadium, Scotland has a rich rugby history dating back to the first ever international match, against England, staged at Raeburn Place in Edinburgh in 1871.

A lifetime's worth of hard work and a healthy dose of raw talent will see you picked to play for your country. Players privileged enough to have pulled on the dark blue jersey are all linked by the same experience; running out to be greeted by the roar of BT Murrayfield.


Scotland players not considered following British & Irish Lions selection:

Allan Dell

Stuart Hogg

Greig Laidlaw

Finn Russell

Tommy Seymour