Scottish Rugby News and Opinion



As Scotland’s preparations for the World Cup step up a gear we’ve got a very special treat for our readers and listeners.

We’ve designed our very own text-based adventure game.

You are Scotland’s cultural attaché for the duration of the World Cup. Your job is to navigate everything Japan and the tournament has to throw at you and hopefully help the team to World Cup glory.

Follow the link below to play the game:

You can also listen to our latest podcast episode where blog co-founder Al Kerr and Scottish Rugby Forum’s Allan MacDonald are challenged by Cammy to play the game and win!

WARNING: The game and the podcast both include material that is not suitable for children. There’s nothing too explicit and there’s no swearing but there are scenes of a sexual nature.

About The Podcast

The Scottish Rugby Podcast brings you the best in informal chat and discussion about Scottish Rugby. Each week during the season we put out a 40 minute podcast suitable for all listeners, covering all the latest news and key analysis of the big matches. 

We broadcast the podcast live so you can watch and join in on the night. Get involved and submit a comment via YouTube, Facebook or Twitch. You can also choose to watch or listen back afterwards using one of our video or podcast channels:


Alternatively search for “Scottish Rugby Podcast” on your favourite podcast app or smart speaker (eg Amazon Alexa). The podcast is part of the the Sport Social Network. You can find more about other rugby podcasts available on the Sport Social Network on their website.

If you would prefer an ad free version of the podcast as well as a weekly bonus episode taking a deeper – and some times swearier – dive into the main talking points you can sign up to our Patreon from just £3 a month. This also gets you access to our super secret social media group where you can chat to other fans of the podcast and rugby in Scotland.

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5 Responses

  1. Personally I am quite happy to get shot in Weatherspoons if it means we win the World Cup!

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