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Since 1871, when Scotland defeated England 1-0 in their first international, Scotland has participated in professional rugby. Scotland's national rugby team, nicknamed the "Bravehearts," is a member of the Six Nations rugby competition and also participates in the Rugby World Cup contest.

Scotland's main rugby field is located in Edinburgh and is known as Murrayfield Stadium. It is the largest stadium in all Scotland and the fourth-largest in the U.K. The team color is blue, both jersey and socks being that color. The shorts are white, however, and an alternate uniform of red shirt and socks with blue shorts is also sometimes used. The emblem that defines the team is a thistle, reminding competitors of their dangerously tough character and fans of their local origin and loyalties.

A special rivalry exists between the Scottish and English rugby teams. This rivalry is played out largely in the annual Calcutta Cup match, which counts as part of the Six Nations' record. Over 100 Calcutta Cup games have been played since its inception in 1879, and nothing serves to stoke the fires of Scottish rugby enthusiasm more than these matches.

The Scottish team defeated England on its home turf in 1926, which was something no other team had previously done at that time. The team has had many ups and downs, but their biggest defeat was 10-68 against South Africa in 1997. Their biggest victory was 100-8 versus Japan in 2004. The team has not yet won a World Cup, but the closest they have come is 4th place in 1991.

The Scotland National Rugby Team is the international football that represents Scotland in rugby tournaments. Early records show that this foundation began as early as 1904, but they did not formally become an international team until 1995. They have had 4 coaches since 1995, with the current coach being Steve McCormack. As of 2014, the Bravehearts (which is the team name) are 4th overall in the European ranking and ranked 8th in the World.

The Bravehearts have had a lot of achievements over their various seasons. In their eighteen years of playing rugby, they have played over 30 matches and winning at least 40% of those matches played. Their top opponents have been Ireland, Wales, and France. The Bravehearts won the Rugby League European Championship. They have been two time winners in the Under 16 and Under 18 European Cup. They also have been runners up and semi finalists in other various competitions.

The home to Scotland's Rugby team is currently in Glasgow at Old Anniesland. The Bravehearts first played their games in Firhill Stadium which is located in Maryhill in North Glasgow. This stadium was originally built in the early 1900's, and is allotted to seat up to 11,000 fans

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Past Scotland events

29 Aug 2017 Scotland - Italy
Murrayfield Stadium
Edinburgh
11 Mar 2017 England - Scotland
Twickenham Stadium
London
25 Feb 2017 Scotland - Wales
Murrayfield Stadium
Edinburgh
04 Feb 2017 Scotland - Ireland
Murrayfield Stadium
Edinburgh
19 Nov 2016 Scotland - Argentina
Murrayfield Stadium
Edinburgh

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