Heriot's Rugby Club
|Union||Scottish Rugby Union|
|Ground(s)||Goldenacre (Capacity: 3,000+)|
Heriot's Rugby Club, also known as Heriot's FP, is one of Scotland's senior rugby football clubs in the Scottish Rugby Union, whose 1st XV play in the Scottish Premiership. The club's home is Goldenacre in Edinburgh. The rugby club, founded in 1890, was originally intended for former pupils of George Heriot's School, but is now an open club, welcoming rugby fans of all levels.
The club had a very successful season in 2008–09, winning the Scottish Cup and coming in as runners up in Scottish Premier 1 league, qualifying for the new British and Irish Cup. The club's second and third senior squads were also very successful, winning their respective leagues.
Player development starts with a highly successful Mini/Midi Section and moves onto the senior levels. The club has coaching staff that are very well respected in Scottish rugby. Heriot's Rugby club are the only Scottish club never to have been relegated from the first division.
The team had the surprising honour of having a player, Chris Fusaro, called for Scotland A for the recent IRB Nations Cup, in 2010. He was the only amateur player called and it was announced that he was joining Glasgow Warriors.
- Andy Irvine most capped internationalist (51 caps for Scotland).
- Ken Scotland (27 caps)
- Dan Drysdale(26 caps) 
- Jimmy Kerr
- Tommy Gray
- Ian Thomson
- Colin Baikie
- Ian Smith 
- Kenny Milne (39 caps for Scotland)
- David Milne
- Bruce Douglas
- Simon Taylor
- John Beattie
- Jimmy Kerr
- Roy Muir Kinnear
- Kelvin Hendrie
- Iain Milne
- Gavin Cameron
- Scottish Premiership Division One Winners 1979, 1999, 2000; Runners-Up 2005, 2009
- Scottish Cup Winners 2003, 2009, 2014; Runners-Up 2008
- Middlesex Sevens Winners 1949
- Bath, Richard (ed.) The Complete Book of Rugby (Seven Oaks Ltd, 1997 ISBN 1-86200-013-1)
- Godwin, Terry Complete Who's Who of International Rugby (Cassell, 1987, ISBN 0-7137-1838-2)
- Jones, J.R. Encyclopedia of Rugby Union Football (Robert Hale, London, 1976 ISBN 0-7091-5394-5)
- Massie, Allan A Portrait of Scottish Rugby (Polygon, Edinburgh; ISBN 0-904919-84-6)
- Bath, p89
- Chris Fusaro of Heriot's handed Scotland A chance, BBC News
- Jones, p44