Guinness Six Nations

Saturday 8 Feb 2020 - 4:45 PM
BT Murrayfield

Guinness Six Nations

Scotland’s first home game in the 2020 Guinness Six Nations Championship is the biggest annual fixture in the country’s sporting calendar – the Calcutta Cup. Scotland won the last time these two teams met at BT Murrayfield (yes, the game with that pass from Finn Russell to set up Sean Maitland’s try) and came storming back to a famous 38-38 draw earlier this year at Twickenham. The atmosphere at BT Murrayfield is guaranteed to be electrifying as Gregor Townsend’s team set out to secure back-to-back home wins against the “Auld Enemy”. Scotland then play France, aiming for three consecutive Guinness Six Nations home wins against Les Bleus following memorable victories in 2016 and 2018. With both teams renowned for playing open and attacking rugby, this is always one of the most exciting games of the championship.

SCOTLAND v ENGLAND | Saturday 8 February

(BT Murrayfield, kick-off 4.45pm)

This game is currently SOLD OUT, after the remaining tickets were made available to Scotland Supporters Club members in early November following the deadline for rugby club allocations. Scottish Rugby may be handed back some tickets from various prior rights groups over the next few weeks. If so, there will be a general sale, currently scheduled for 14 January 2020.

SCOTLAND v FRANCE | Sunday 8 March

(BT Murrayfield, kick-off 3pm)

Following the deadline for rugby club allocations and access for Scotland Supporters Club members, all remaining Scotland v France tickets went on general sale at 10am on Thursday 21 November. Several thousand tickets were sold in the first hour and the game has now SOLD OUT. Scottish Rugby expects to have tickets returned from various prior rights groups in the new year and will post these online as and when they become available and so advise supporters to keep the website at that time.


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