About Scottish Rugby
Scottish Rugby is the governing body for rugby union in Scotland. Our role is to grow the game and inspire Scotland through rugby in line with our values of respect, leadership, achievement, engagement and enjoyment.
We are based at BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh and we administer Scotland's international rugby teams, the country’s two professional clubs (Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors) as well as the domestic fixtures for clubs and schools across Scotland.
Glasgow Warriors are the pride of Glasgow and the only major professional sports team to represent the whole of Glasgow and the west of Scotland. The club competes on two of the biggest stages in world club rugby, the Guinness PRO14 and European Rugby Champions Cup.
Edinburgh Rugby has been fielding a rugby team since 1872. The club represent Edinburgh and the east of Scotland in the Guinness PRO14 and European Rugby Challenge Cup.