Scarlets Rugby

Formed in 2003, one of four Welsh professional teams, Scarlets was originally named Llanelli Scarlets. For the 2008/09 season the Llanelli was dropped from the name to more accurately represent the area covered by the region. They play in the Guinness PRO14 professional league and were one of the two Welsh teams to qualify for the inaugural European Champions Cup. Scarlets won the Celtic League in 2004 and again in 2017, and have featured in the quarter and semi-finals of the European Rugby Champions Cup on several occasions. In November 2008 Scarlets moved into the new Parc Y Scarlets in Llanelli with a capacity of 14,300.

The Scarlets name comes from the original nickname of Llanelli RFC. Famous current and former players include Welsh internationals Ken Owens, Leigh Halfpenny, Kees Meeuws the former All Black, Rhys Priestland, Scott Quinnell and Stephen Jones.

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