2022 Autumn Nations Series
The New Zealand All Blacks return to Scotland for the first time in five years for his year's Autumn Nations Series, along with Argentina and Fiji for the first time since 2018. The series kicks off at the end of October against Australia, currently ranked one place above Scotland in the world rankings.
The Scotland v New Zealand game has now sold out. It is possible Scottish Rugby will receive returned tickets between now and the game, and fans are encouraged to check the ticket site as any such returns will be immediately made available for sale. Tickets and packages for the remaining three games are still available, including our popular Kids for £1 offer (accessible for Argentina and Fiji fixtures).
A range of hospitality options are available for the fixtures, find out more HERE
Scotland Supporters Club members enjoy pre-sale access ahead of each of the general sale dates. You can find out more about the Scotland Supporters Club and the other benefits of membership HERE.
2022 Autumn Nations Series at BT Murrayfield
|Scotland v Australia||Saturday 29 October||5.30pm|
|Scotland v Fiji||Saturday 5 November||1pm|
|Scotland v New Zealand||Sunday 13 November||2.15pm|
|Scotland v Argentina||Saturday 19 November||3.15pm|
Scotland Head Coach Gregor Townsend talks about the Scotland fans ⤵️
Scotland v Australia, Saturday 29 October (5.30pm)
Scotland kick off their home season against Australia and will be aiming for their third consecutive win at BT Murrayfield against the Wallabies, following last season’s thriller and the spectacular 12-try win five years ago. Scotland’s opponents in this opening match are currently one ahead in the World Rugby rankings (final opponents, Argentina, are ranked one below) so supporters can be sure of another classic tussle to get the season underway.
Scotland v Fiji, Saturday 5 November (1pm)
Fiji beat Scotland in Suva at the end of Gregor Townsend’s first summer tour as head coach, but Scotland then ran in eight tries - including a hat-trick from Tommy Seymour - in a 54-17 win in their next match, at BT Murrayfield in November 2018. Currently ranked 11 in the world (one behind Japan) several of the Fijian squad have thrilled Scottish crowds over the years, with Glasgow Warriors favourites Niko Matawalu and Leone Nakarawa (now with Racing 92) and currently Mesu Kunavula and Villiame (Bill) Mata lighting up the DAM Health Stadium with Edinburgh.
Scotland v New Zealand, Sunday 13 November (2.15pm)
This will be New Zealand’s first visit to BT Murrayfield since 2017 when only a brilliant try-saving tackle by Beauden Barrett on Stuart Hogg in the last minute denied the Scots their long-awaited first win against the All Blacks. Scotland had pushed them all the way three years earlier, too, with Tommy Seymour scoring a classic interception try before eventually going down 16-24. Don’t miss the chance to see history made at BT Murrayfield.
Scotland v Argentina, Saturday 19 November (3.15pm)
The Pumas beat New Zealand for the first time in their history in 2020 and beat Wales in Cardiff the following summer, and are currently ranked number 8 in the world, one below Scotland. Scotland embark on a tough three-test tour to Argentina this summer before welcoming the South Americans to BT Murrayfield in November. Scotland have won the last three games against Argentina at BT Murrayfield, including the 41-31 nine-try thriller in 2014.