Scottish Rugby will continue its commitment to taking international rugby on the road as Scotland Women and Scotland U20 pair up to make Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld their home for a second season – playing double-headers against Ireland, Wales and Italy respectively in the 2017 Six Nations Championship.
The fixtures will be held over three Friday evenings ahead of Scotland’s RBS Six Nations home matches at BT Murrayfield, with Scotland Women kicking-off before Scotland U20.
The three double-headers at Broadwood will be the perfect warm-up for Scotland supporters before the national team take to BT Murrayfield the following day and will showcase both women’s rugby and the talent of tomorrow in Scotland.
One entry fee will cover both fixtures on each date. Adults tickets are only £10 (valid for both matches), with under-18s and senior citizens able to enjoy the matches for free.
Scotland Season Pass holders can also gain entry free of charge by showing their Season Pass at the turnstiles, however, must first register their interest by completing this form here.
Tickets are on sale now and available from the Scottish Rugby Online Ticket Centre.
Broadwood Stadium is located on the outskirts of Glasgow in Cumbernauld so you can easily get to the stadium by bus, car or train.
Full address: Broadwood Stadium, Ardgoil Drive, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, G68 9NE
The stadium is easily accessible via the M80 motorway.
From Glasgow or the south/west, exit the M80 at junction 4A (signposted Cumbernauld/Kilsyth) to the A8011. Keep left and follow the signs for Kirkintilloch. After a short distance you will reach the Back O'Hill Roundabout, continue through this and onto the Craiglinn Roundabout. Take the first exit from this roundabout, heading towards the away car park. Go through the small roundabout and then take the third exit at Broadwood Roundabout onto Atholl Drive.
From Edinburgh or the north/east, exit the M80 at junction 5 (signposted Airdrie/Kilsyth) to the A73. At the roundabout, take the third exit and then go through the next roundabout, following signs for Kirkintilloch. Continue to the Back O'Hill Roundabout and take the third exit onto the Craiglinn Roundabout. Stay in the left lane and take the first exit from this roundabout, heading towards the away car park. Go through the small roundabout and then take the third exit at Broadwood Roundabout onto Atholl Drive.
The nearest train station to Broadwood Stadium is Croy. Trains from Glasgow Queen Street (also stopping at Bishopbriggs and Lenzie) depart twice hourly. Trains from the East depart Alloa (via Stirling and Larbert) and Edinburgh (via Falkirk) at regular intervals. Croy station is exactly 1 mile from Broadwood, approximately a 15-20 minute walk.
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Bus Service is X3 First Group departs Glasgow twice hourly.
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