Scotland's Murrayfield stadium has become quite a difficult place to play in the Gregor Townsend era.
The bagpipes, the passionate fans, and that lovely Scottish weather bring the game of rugby to life in Edinburgh every time the Scots lace up the boots on game-day.
Since Townsend took over as head coach of Scotland Rugby in 2017, his side has defeated the likes of England, Australia, and France at home, as well as taking both New Zealand and South Africa to the death. The resurgence of Scottish rugby can be largely attributed to its fanbase, who have sold out Murrayfield a record 14 consecutive times.
Thanks to our supporters around the world for your incredible support! 🏴— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) July 24, 2019
We’ve broken records with 14 consecutive sell-outs and we can’t wait to welcome you back to @BTMurrayfield for Scotland v France in just a month’s time! #AsOne pic.twitter.com/vef1KiZZ6C
As the northmen prepare to make a run at this year's World Cup, they will no doubt be empowered by the ongoing support from the fans at home. Expect another two sellout crowds at Murrayfield for the Scotsmen's home Summer Test Series fixtures against France and Georgia.