Edinburgh Rugby news

Scottish Rugby has today announced it has applied for planning permission to install a new playing venue in the grounds of BT Murrayfield, which will have a capacity of up to 7,800.
Edinburgh Rugby has launched a new brand identity that it feels better reflects the city’s long and proud rugby heritage, whilst signalling a new chapter for the club in the modern game.
Edinburgh Rugby will host Aviva Premiership side Bath in the club’s only home pre-season friendly on Friday 17 August.
BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy product George Taylor has graduated to a full professional contract with Edinburgh.
New signing John Barclay will travel to Edinburgh this week to begin rehabilitation on a ruptured Achilles Tendon which he sustained whilst competing for Scarlets i
The vast majority of Edinburgh’s squad may be recovering following a hectic and tiring season, but 18-year-old stand-off Callum McLelland – who joined the club from rugby league outfit Cast
Applications are being sought for a new Fan Engagement Forum which aims to provide a platform for supporters to contribute towards the future of the club.
The club held its annual end of season awards dinner on Monday night where the players, coaches, staff and their partners gathered to celebrate Edinburgh’s ground-breaking year.
Scotland Head Coach Gregor Townsend has named Edinburgh’s Stuart McInally as captain for next month’s 2018 Summer Tour to Canada, USA and Argentina.
Head Coach Richard Cockerill has made three changes ahead of Edinburgh’s highly anticipated Guinness PRO14 Semi-Final Qualifier against Munster at Thomond Park tomorrow afternoon (Saturday