SCOTLAND star Rory Darge has been unveiled as the face of the Glasgow Warriors home kit just days before the Rugby World Cup gets under way.

Darge, of Aberlady, has been named in Gregor Townsend’s squad ahead of the global competition in France.

His club side revealed their new home and alternate kits ahead of the 2023/24 season on Tuesday morning.

Official community partners, SP Energy Networks, once again feature on the front of both shirts, alongside the club’s logo and the Macron ‘Hero’ logo.

The new home shirt retains the club’s traditional colour of black, with the Glasgow Warriors tartan adorning both the sleeves and side panels of the shorts.

Light blue trim also features across the home kit, with black shorts and black socks – featuring a light blue and grey band – completing the kit.

Both the home and away kit, modelled by fellow Scotland international Jack Dempsey, feature the club’s motto ‘Whatever It Takes’ on the inside of the collar.

Twenty-three-year-old Darge, who has been capped 11 times for his country, has been joined in the international squad by Musselburgh-born Huw Jones and Javan Sebastian, who lives in Tranent.

Scotland get their campaign under way against reigning champions South Africa today (Sunday) at 4.45pm.

They will then face Tonga a fortnight later before taking on Romania on September 30 and a potentially vital clash with Ireland on October 7 in a bid to reach the knockout stages of the competition.

The final will be played in the Stade de France on October 28.