Scotland national rugby union team

The Scotland national rugby union team, often referred to as the "Scotland Rugby Team," represents Scotland in international rugby union competitions.

They play their home matches at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, one of the sport's iconic venues.

The team is known for wearing a distinctive dark blue jersey with a thistle emblem, which is the national flower of Scotland.

Scotland is one of the founding members of the Six Nations Championship, an annual rugby tournament that also includes England, Wales, Ireland, France, and Italy.

The team has a fierce rivalry with England, known as the Calcutta Cup, which is one of the oldest and most prestigious trophies in rugby.

The Scottish team is governed by the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU), the sport's governing body in Scotland.

Their mascot is a thistle named "Scottie," symbolizing the team's Scottish identity and pride.