Support Your Country For Free!

Admission to all of this season’s Scotland A, Women’s and age-grade 6 Nations home matches will be free.

The free entry offer represents an excellent opportunity for supporters to come out and back Scotland’s top emerging talent at various venues, with matches being played at Dens Park (Dundee), McDiarmid Park (Perth), Bridgehaugh (Stirling), Myreside and Lasswade (Edinburgh).

PICTURED: Age grade coaches Grant McKelvely (under-18s), Peter Wright (under-20s) and Craig Chalmers (under-20s / club international) show off their blank tickets to celebrate the free admission offer

 

 

Aadmission to all of this season’s Scotland A, Women’s and age-grade 6 Nations home matches will be free.

The free entry offer represents an excellent opportunity for supporters to come out and back Scotland’s top emerging talent at various venues, with matches being played at Dens Park (Dundee), McDiarmid Park (Perth), Bridgehaugh (Stirling), Myreside and Lasswade (Edinburgh).

Scottish Rugby’s head of performance, Henry Edwards, said: “We believe it’s vital to encourage supporters not only to get behind the players who have the honour of representing their country but it gives them a golden opportunity to see the potential stars of Scotland teams who will be our ultimate rugby ambassadors in the future.”

Scotland under-20 team manager, John Jeffrey, agreed: “Scotland age-grade games are a great chance to see the talent of tomorrow and Scotland A feature a number of top international players.

“The 20s have had a good turnout of about 1500 in the past but hopefully, with tickets now free to all, we’ll get a vocal crowd at the games who will get behind the team for the 6 Nations Championship.”

Scotland under-20 are first to get into 6 Nations action and will play all of their matches in Perthshire and Tayside as they take on Wales at McDiarmid Park, Perth (Friday 6 February), Italy at Dens Park, Dundee (Friday 27 February) and Ireland (Friday 13 March) back in Perth.

Scotland under-19 will play Italy at Lasswade (1 March), the club international side will play Ireland at Myreside (13 March) while Scotland under-18 will play their only home 6 Nations preparation game against the Boys Club of Wales at Bridgehaugh (29 March).

FREE TO ATTEND REPRESENTATIVE AND AGE-GRADE FIXTURES

Scotland under-20
Friday 6 February – Scotland under-20 v Wales under-20, McDiarmid Park, Perth (kick-off, 7.10pm)
Friday 13 February – France under-20 v Scotland under-20, Macon, (kick-off tbc)
Friday 27 February – Scotland under-20 v Italy under-20, Dens Park, Dundee (kick-off, 7.30pm)
Friday 13 March – Scotland under-20 v Ireland under-20, McDiarmid Park, Perth (kick-off, 7.30pm)
Friday 20 March – England under-20 v Scotland under-20, Sixways Stadium, Worcester (kick-off 8pm)

Scotland under-19
Sunday 1 March – Scotland under-19 v Italy under-19, Lasswade RFC, Midlothian (kick-off, 12 noon)
Saturday 4 April, France v Scotland under-19, Dourdan, (kick-off tbc)

Scotland under-18 6 Nations Festival preparation fixtures
Sunday 22 March – England under-18 v Scotland under-18, Kingston Park, Newcastle (kick-off 2pm)
Sunday 29 March – Scotland under-18 v The Boys Club of Wales, Bridgehaugh (kick-off tbc)
Sunday 5 April – Leicester Academy v Scotland under-18, Leicester (kick-off 12 noon)

Scotland under-18 6 Nations Festival
Tournament takes fixtures tbc

Scotland under-17
Tuesday 7 April – England A v Scotland under-17, Millfield Festival, Somerset (kick-off 7pm)
Thursday 9 April – Scotland under-17 v Belgium, Millfield Festival (kick-off, 11.45am)
Sunday 12 April – Scotland under-17 v Wales A, Millfield Festival, (kick-off, 9.30am)

Scotland club international
Friday 13 February – France v Scotland Club international, (Rouen, kick-off 6pm)
Friday 13 March – Club International v Ireland, tbc (kick-off, tbc)