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Greatest Achievement: Rugby World Cup semi-final in 1991, three Five Nations Grand Slams - 1925, 1984 and 1990
Goal: To inspire the nation with winning performances
A lifetime's worth of hard work and a healthy dose of raw talent are required to earn the right to represent the Scotland national team, and pull on the famous dark blue jersey.
Consistently ranked among the world's top ten teams, Scotland's national rugby team competes in the RBS 6 Nations, the Rugby World Cup, Autumn Tests and summer tours.
Playing at the world famous BT Murrayfield - the largest stadium in the country - Scotland has a rich rugby history dating back to the first international match, played against England at Raeburn Place in Edinburgh in 1871.
Since that day the nations have competed annually for the Calcutta Cup, now part of the annual RBS 6 Nations Championship.
Before its expansion to a six-team tournament, Scotland competed in the Five Nations from its 1883 inauguration, winning 15 tournaments and three Grand Slams along the way.
The Scotland team has competed in all nine Rugby World Cup competitions since its 1987 introduction, and has reached the quarter-finals on all but two occasions.
Healthspan and Scotland
Healthspan joined forces with Scottish Rugby in 2014, the same year that Head coach Vern Cotter took the reins of the national team.
That summer, Cotter led Scotland to three wins from four summer Test matches - against USA, Canada and Argentina. After a disappointing 2015 RBS 6 Nations, Scotland gathered steam in the Summer Tests, defeating Italy home and away, before winning three from four in the pool stages of Rugby World Cup 2015, and losing 35-34 to eventual finalists Australia in the most dramatic of quarter-finals.
The following year Scotland took their mounting confidence into the 2016 RBS 6 Nations, scoring a record 11 tries and 122 points for the country in the Championship, defeating Italy in Rome and France at home to finish fourth in the table.
In 2017, Scotland had a record-breaking win over Australia, scoring 53-24 - their biggest ever margin against the Wallabies.
"We are really looking forward to working with the team at Healthspan Elite and integrating their products into our squads. The brand is synonymous with quality which should be the cornerstone of all player's diets and is a key principle of Scottish Rugby's nutrition guidance."
"A crucial feature of the brand is that all products are part of the Informed-Sport programme which tests nutritional supplements for the presence of banned substances - this is incredibly important to us as it provides significant protection to the players against inadvertent consumption of banned substances."
Richard Chessor, Lead Nutritionist, Scottish Rugby