Scottish Claymores

The Scottish Claymores in 1995 were an American football team in NFL Europe ( NFLE ). In tables, they were led to the short- form Scotland and Scotland. As a name or a symbol was the Claymore, a broadsword selected.

The home games were played at Hampden Park in Glasgow and previously at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. The biggest success in 1996 was the 32:27 victory in World Bowl against Frankfurt Galaxy. Another World Bowl was lost in 2000 against the Rhein Fire.

The team after the end of the 2004 season after a total of 100 league games with 43 ​​wins and 57 defeats sets the game mode. The succession came to the Hamburg Sea Devils.