Scotland

The Scotland national rugby union team is popularly known as the Scottish Rugby. The Scottish rugby team participates in both Six Nations and Rugby World Cup. The team played in 124 tournaments but never win any Grand Slams or Triple Crowns.

Scotland Rugby Team: at a glance

CaptainJohn Barclay
Head coachGregor Townsend
Rugby UnionScottish Rugby Union
Rank7th
First internationalScotland 1 – 0 England (Mar 27, 1871)
Biggest winScotland 100 – 8 Japan (Nov 13, 2004)
Biggest defeatScotland 10 – 68 South Africa (Dec. 6, 1997)

Scotland Six Nations Matches

Round 1

Scotland vs Italy – Feb 2, 2:15 pm at Edinburgh

Round 2

Scotland vs Ireland – Feb 9, 2:15 pm at Edinburgh

Round 3

France vs Scotland – Feb 23, 2:15 pm at Paris

Round 4

Scotland vs Wales – Mar 9, 2:15 pm at Edinburgh

Round 5

England vs Scotland – Mar 16, 5:00 pm at Twickenham

Scottish Full Team Squads

Take a look at the 40-man Scotland team squad:

PlayersPlayers
Scott Lawson (Hooker)Ryan Wilson (Number 8)
Stuart McInally (Hooker)Nathan Fowles (Scrum-half)
George Turner (Hooker)Greig Laidlaw (Scrum-half)
Simon Berghan (Prop)Ali Price (Scrum-half)
Jamie Bhatti (Prop)Henry Pyrgos (Scrum-half)
Murray McCallum (Prop)Peter Horne (Fly-half)
Gordon Reid (Prop)Ruaridh Jackson (Fly-half)
D’Arcy Rae (Prop)Finn Russell (Fly-half)
Jon Welsh (Prop)Mark Bennett (Centre)
Grant Gilchrist (Lock)Alex Dunbar (Centre)
Jonny Gray (Lock)Nick Grigg (Centre)
Richie Gray (Lock)Chris Harris (Centre)
Ben Toolis (Lock)Huw Jones (Centre)
John Barclay (Flanker)Duncan Taylor (Centre)
Magnus Bradbury (Flanker)Lee Jones (Wing)
Luke Hamilton (Flanker)Sean Maitland (Wing)
Rob Harley (Flanker)Byron McGuigan (Wing)
Hamish Watson (Flanker)Tommy Seymour (Wing)
David Denton (Number 8)Stuart Hogg (Fullback)
Cornell du Preez (Number 8)Blair Kinghorn (Fullback)