Access to tickets: Sign up for Scotland
Sign up for Scotland is a three-tiered membership allowing fans to choose a level that suits them. Find out about NEVIS, the top tier of the 2020/21 membership which provides access to match tickets via ballots.
NEVIS, the top tier of the 2020/21 membership, provides access to match tickets via ballots for all seven games this season (assuming crowds are permitted by the Scottish Government): the warm-up against Georgia on 23 October; the three 2020 Autumn Nations Cup games (Scotland against France and Fiji, plus the match on the final weekend) and the three home games in the 2021 Guinness Six Nations (against Ireland, Wales and Italy).
Members can enter ticket ballots for as many games as they want during the season and can apply for up to four (4) tickets per game. (If successful, these tickets must be used by the NEVIS member and other people within their extended households, as defined by the Scottish Government.)
NEVIS members will also have access to a pre-sale of tickets for all Scotland Women’s home games this season.
In addition to this, NEVIS purchasers and up to three other household members they are applying come to game(s) with will be given the chance to have their names inscribed on a new Supporters Wall in the Players’ Tunnel at BT Murrayfield. This specially commissioned artwork is being installed to thank supporters for their fantastic support at this time of national need. (They will also get a 50% discount on a Stadium Tour when they are re-introduced, so they can go and see their names). Finally, NEVIS members will also receive Scottish Rugby’s brand new digital magazine straight to their inbox.
Trying to distribute available tickets as fairly as possible when there is such uncertainty over crowd sizes has been a challenge, and considerable thought has been given to the question of ticket allocation within socially distanced venues. Along with every other area in society during the pandemic, Scottish Rugby has had to completely re-think how things can be done in “the new normal”.
Without knowing how many seats (if any) will be made available for ticket purchase, and to make access to any such tickets as equitable as possible for all Scotland supporters, the heart of the Sign Up For Scotland campaign is a temporary, season-long membership that allows supporters the chance to enter ticket ballots for all international rugby at BT Murrayfield.
As soon as we are in a position
to confirm spectator entry and stadium seating configurations, Scottish Rugby
will announce details via all their available channels. However, to access (up
to four) available tickets supporters must Sign Up for Scotland and buy
a NEVIS membership.