2021 Women’s Six Nations

Saturday 24 Apr 2021 - 5:00 PM
Scotstoun Stadium

2021 Women’s Six Nations

Scotland will take on England and Italy in the new look 2021 Women’s Six Nations Championship this April.

Scotland will kick-start their campaign with a trip to Doncaster to face reigning champions, England, on Saturday 3 April (kick-off 3pm BST). The side will then face Italy at Scotstoun Stadium on Saturday 17 April (kick-off 5pm BST).

On Super Saturday Finals day, Scotland will host the side that finishes in the equivalent position in Pool B (kick-off 5pm BST).

Scotland's matches against England and Italy will be broadcast live on BBC iPlayer, the Final Weekend fixture will be live on BBC Scotland.

The new format comprises two pools of three teams with each team playing one home and one away fixture. Once the pool round matches are complete, teams will face off against the opposing ranked team from the other pool in the play-offs matches, i.e. 1st place Pool A v 1st place Pool B.

Pool A: England – Italy – Scotland

Pool B: France – Ireland – Wales

Wish the team good luck

Show your support for the team #AsOne. Send in your good luck VIDEO messages for the Scotland team ahead of the Women's Six Nations tournament to [email protected].


Due to the ongoing impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to guarantee crowds will be permitted for this tournament. The Scottish Government will be reviewing its guidelines on public gatherings, events and physical distancing on an ongoing basis over the next couple of months.

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Mascot Opportunities

For our Scotland fans aged between 5 and 12, become a Junior Thistle for the chance to be a Scotland mascot for Scotland Women home fixtures. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, mascot places are awarded a digital mascot package. Find out more about our Junior Supporters Club HERE.

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