Whether you’re a seasoned supporter and have been to BT Murrayfield many times or you’re a complete novice with no idea what to expect on match day at the home of Scottish rugby, you should find out everything you need to know here. If not, email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and tell us what you would like to know.
Where can I buy match tickets?
Buying direct from Scottish Rugby
Tickets can be bought in the following ways:
Secondary ticket marketplace
Tickets can also become available in the secondary ticket marketplace, where tickets can be bought from supporters who are no longer able to attend the game. Scottish Rugby’s official cecondary ticketing partner is viagogo , who provide supporters with a secure and guaranteed online platform on which to safely buy and sell tickets for Scotland’s home games.
How do I receive the tickets when I buy online or over the phone?
If you buy your ticket(s) from a UK address weeks before the game, you can either:
If you buy your ticket(s) fewer than five days before the game, you can either
If you have purchased tickets from an address outside the UK, you must collect them from the BT Murrayfield Ticket Centre (and bring along the card you used to make the booking).
For more information please email email@example.com.
Where do I collect my tickets on the day of the game?
Tickets can be collected in the week leading up to the game – or on match day from 9am until half-time – from the Ticket Centre at BT Murrayfield Stadium (Roseburn Street). As several thousand tickets are collected on match day, there will be queues and we strongly recommend that you collect your tickets no later than two hours before kick-off. All tickets must be collected by the card holder with the card used to make the booking.
Can I buy tickets on the day of the game?
If there are any tickets remaining they will be on sale on the day of the game from the Ticket Centre at BT Murrayfield Stadium (open at 9am) and from the Matchday Sales outlet located at the top of Gate A, Roseburn Street.
What should I do if I need to upgrade a concession ticket to a full adult ticket?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Ticket Services team on 0844 335 3933, with your ticket details and the staff will be able to help you. Whilst upgrades can be processed on matchdays, we encourage supporters to do this in advance.
If I buy a student ticket do I need to show any I.D. at the turnstile?
Yes, concession checks will be carried out at the turnstiles, so anyone with a Student ticket must show their student card. Supporters with an under-18 ticket may be asked to prove their age.
I have a Scotland Season Pass – how do I enter the stadium?
Scotland Season Pass holders must bring their pass card to the stadium on each match day. The pass card is scanned at any turnstile on entry.
If I don’t have a ticket can I get one outside the stadium on the day?
Scottish Rugby does not encourage supporters to purchase tickets from anything other than official sources and we actively discourage the activities of ticket touts. Tickets sold on unofficial websites may be investigated and any found to have been sold in contravention of the terms of sale will be cancelled.
If I can’t go to the game is there anywhere I can sell tickets?
Yes, you sell your ticket(s) using Rugby's official Secondary Ticketing Partner, viagogo, which allows people to buy and sell their match tickets safely and securely. Every ticket on viagogo’s marketplace is 100% guaranteed, meaning buyers can be confident they will receive the ticket they paid for in time for the event and sellers will be paid. viagogo doesn’t pay the seller until after the buyer has been to the event, a policy that has virtually eliminated ticket fraud.
Can I bring my young child?
Children under two are admitted free of charge provided they sit on the parent or guardian’s knee. International matches are very busy events with large crowds and loud music, however, so may not be suitable for very young children. Baby changing units are available in the disabled toilets in the lower west stand (south corner) area and in the lower west stand (north corner) area. The doors are marked with baby changing signs. There is also a parenting room, accessible from the concourse behind the east stand (north corner) – please ask one of our Blue Crew volunteers or a steward for access to the facility. Buggies can be left at the gatehouse – please email email@example.com in advance to let us know you want to use this facility.
My mobility has been affected since I bought my ticket. What if I’m physically unable to get to my seat?
If there is any change in your circumstances, please contact our Ticket Centre in advance of the match (firstname.lastname@example.org). If this is not possible, we have a dedicated team inside the stadium that look after spectators with such difficulties and you should contact the nearest steward on the day.
What do I do if I someon is sitting in my seat with the same ticket, or there’s a problem with my seat?
Contact your nearest steward; they are there to help you.
The following services pass close to BT Murrayfield Stadium:Lothian Buses 1, 2, 22, 30 stop at Westfield Road
Corstorphine Road from Murrayfield Road, West Coates, Haymarket Station, West Maitland Street andShandwick Place: Services 12 26 31 and AIRLINK 100 will be unable serve these stops in either direction, alternative stops are available at Corstorphine Road (west of Murrayfield Road) and at Queensferry Street. Stevenson Road: Services 1 2 22 and 30 will be unable to stop on Stevenson Road between 7pm and 8.15pm, alternative stops are available on Balgreen Road (services 1 2 22) or Gorgie Road (service 30).
Full details of the service alterations can be found at www.lothianbuses.com
Edinburgh's main train station is situated right in the heart of the city, from where you catch a bus or the tram to BT Murrayfield a short ride away.
Haymarket Station is a twenty minute walk west along Princes Street from Waverley. A further twenty minute walk from Haymarket will take you to BT Murrayfield along the "Murrayfield Mile". A queueing system is normally in place for supporters boarding trains at Haymarket station on match day.
Full details of all Scotrail's services can be found on Scotrail's website.
Trams run between York Place and Edinburgh Airport and there is a stop at BT Murrayfield Stadium. Trams run at least every five to six minutes immediately before and after the game. Tickets must be purchased before boarding - ticket vending machine can be found at all tram stops. Edinburgh Trams strongly recommend buying DAYtickets for all-day travel. . Full details on tram services can be found at www.edinburghtrams.com
There are Park and Ride facilities that can be used when visiting BT Murrayfield, regardless of which direction you’re coming from.
Ferrytoll Park and Ride
A90, Inverkeithing, KY11 1LN
Opening times: Saturday from 5am until 1am (Sunday), Sunday from 5am until 00.30am (Monday).
Just north of the Forth Road Bridge in Fife, this site has 1,040 spaces (37 disabled), parking is free and vehicles can be left overnight at no charge. If you intend to leave your vehicle overnight, please park in the multi-storey car park and provide details of your vehicle registration to the duty supervisor (in the facilities building).
The following bus services call at Ferrytoll and pass BT Murrayfield Stadium:
Stagecoach services X54, 55, X58, X59 and X61
Scottish Citylink/Park's of Hamilton/Megabus Services M90 and M91
Ingliston Park & Ride
2 Eastfield Road, Newbridge, EH28 8LS
Saturday from 6.30am until midnight
Situated near the airport, this a good option for supporters driving through to Edinburgh from the west of Scotland. There are 1,085 spaces (46 disabled), parking is free but overnight parking is not permitted.
Lothian Buses service 12 runs every 30 minutes at weekends from the facility and stops on Corstorphine Road by BT Murrayfield Stadium. Visit the Lothian Buses website for a full timetable.
Hermiston Park & Ride
Riccarton Mains Road, Currie, Midlothian, EH14 5PX
Near Heriot-Watt University campus, the site has 450 spaces (22 disabled) and parking is free (maximum vehicle height 1.9m/6ft 3in). Parking is available 24 hours a day, for no more than 24 hours at a time.
Lothian Buses service 25 serves Hermiston, and stops at Saughton and Gorgie, less than a ten-minute walk to the south of the stadium. Visit the Lothian Buses website for a full timetable. A night bus, the N25, runs an hourly service from 12.15am to 4.15am.
Straiton park and ride
Straiton Road, Straiton, EH20 9NW
The terminal building is open Monday to Friday, 6.45am to 10am then 3.30pm to 7pm.
There is no direct bus route between Straiton park and ride and BT Murrayfield Stadium, but there are regular buses into the city centre, with many connecting buses.
Just off the Edinburgh City Bypass, the site has 600 spaces (37 disabled) and parking is free. Maximum vehicle height is 1.9m (6ft 3in) and it’s open seven days a week, from 6am until midnight.
Sheriffhall park and ride
Old Dalkeith Road, Dalkeith, EH22 1FF
The terminal building is open from Monday to Friday 6.45am to 10am and 3.30pm to 7pm.
Lothian Buses service 33 calls at Sheriffhall and passes BT Murrayfield Stadium.
Near the A7, the site has 561 spaces (15 disabled), is open 24 hours a day, sevens days a week and
parking is free.
Wallyford park and ride
A199, Haddington Road, Musselburgh, EH21
Open 24 hours a day, sevens days a week and parking is free.
Off the A1, the site has 300 spaces (13 disabled), is There is no direct bus route between Wallyford park and ride and BT Murrayfield Stadium, but there are regular buses into the city centre, with many connecting buses.
As well as the traditional Pipes and Drums our house band will be performing on the main pitch playing cover versions of popular songs. Watch out, too, for the brand new BT Murrayfield KissCam and AirGuitarCam, allowing YOU the opportunity to appear on our big screens!
Outside the stadium bowl there are bands on the North Stage and in the Family Zone, which is also where you'll find cheer leaders, face-painters and DJ Chris Cruise as well as team mascots Lochie, Flinty and Clyde!
After the Scotland v Italy match, you can watch the France v Wales game on the big screen located at the North Party Zone.
Edinburgh Council Note Road Closures & Restrictions
It is imperative you allow plenty of extra time for your journey to the game. There are plenty of activities to enjoy at BT Murrayfield before the match, with lots of food and drink options available.Traffic restrictions may be implemented on nearby streets on matchday. Visit the Edinburgh Council website for full details of traffic and parking restrictions.
After the match
A queueing system will be in place for people boarding trains at Haymarket station. See 'Travelling by train' above or http://scotrail.co.uk/rugby for more details.
To ensure pedestrian safety and to minimise traffic disruption, pedestrian diversions will be implemented around the Haymarket area following the match.
Those heading back into the city centre will be diverted left off the main road up Magdala Crescent to continue back into town. Please note that these diversions will not add any significant length onto your route and will have no affect to your journey times as delays to pedestrian movement will be reduced. Please note these measures are introduced for your own safety and the safety of other road users.
Only those who are travelling by rail from Haymarket Station will be permitted to continue walking along the main road towards Haymarket. Further assistance and instruction will be given to those patrons travelling by rail as they near Haymarket Station.
Please note that Russell Road is now fully open for those pedestrians making their way back towards the Dalry area and as an alternative route to the city centre.
Where are the turnstiles?
Turnstiles are situated at each side of the ground so no matter which direction you’re coming from, you’ll easily be able to get into the stadium.
Accessible off Corstorphine Road and along Riversdale Crescent, the turnstiles are beside Murrayfield Ice Rink.
Access from Roseburn Crescent, which runs along the south edge of Roseburn Park.
South and East
The main bank of turnstiles off Roseburn Street.
The turnstiles behind the west stand are used primarily by car park and hospitality patrons, but can be accessed from Baird Drive and Roseburn Street.
When do the turnstiles open?
Turnstiles open two hours before kick-off:
There will be big crowds at all these games and we strongly recommend that supporters in possession of their tickets arrive at the turnstiles no later than 30 minutes before kick-off to ensure they reach their seats on time.