FOSROC Super Series

The FOSROC Super6 was launched in November 2019 and features six franchise teams, with part-time professional players and full-time coaches. It aims to bridge the gap between amateur and professional rugby as is the first step on the high-performance rugby ladder in senior adult rugby.

Super6 aims to improve playing standards, by better-developing Scottish players, coaches and match officials to feed talent into the full-time professional game.

In March 2023 it expanded from Super6 to Super Series to reflect an expansion of the tournament with eight teams competing in the FOSORC Super Series Sprint (a shortened competition) and seven teams competing in the main FOSROC Super Series Championship later in the year.

The six Super Series licence teams are: Ayrshire Bulls, Boroughmuir Bears, Watsonians, Heriot’s Rugby, Southern Knights and Stirling Wolves.




  • FOSROC Super Series Championship

    In a thrilling encounter at HIVE stadium Stirling County ran out Champions against Ayrshire Bulls

  • FOSROC Super Series Sprint

    FOSROC Super6 changes to FOSROC Super Series as Glasgow A and Edinburgh A teams join the Sprint Series, increasing playing teams to eight and enhancing the professionalism and competitiveness of the league.

    A tightly contested FOSROC Super Series Sprint saw Ayrshire Bulls take the title.

    WINNERS – Ayrshire Bulls



  • 2022

    Watsonians were double champions in 2022 when they won both the first ever FOSROC Super6 Sprint Series and overcame Ayrshire Bulls in the 2022 FOSORC Super6 Championship


  • 2021

    Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic a FOSROC Super6 winner was not able to be crowned until 2021 when Ayrshire Bulls over came Southern Knights who had been the most consistent teams in the league.


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