​Rescheduled Women’s Six Nations

Sunday 6 Dec 2020 - 6:00 PM
Scotstoun Stadium

​Rescheduled Women’s Six Nations

Scotland will return home to Scotstoun Stadium to host France on Sunday 25 October (kick-off 2.05pm) before travelling away to Wales the following week (Sunday 1 November, kick-off 4.15pm, venue TBC).

The third and final match for the Scots will see them travel to the Stadio Sergio Lanranchi in Parma to face their Italian counterparts (Sunday 6 December, kick-off 6pm GMT / 7pm local time). The match will double up as a repechage tie as part of the qualification process for next year’s Rugby World Cup.

Scotland v France, Sunday 25 October, Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow (kick-off 2.05pm)

Wales v Scotland, Sunday 1 November, venue to be confirmed (kick-off 4.15pm)

Italy v Scotland, Sunday 6 December, Stadio Sergio Lanranchi, Parma (kick-off 6pm GMT / 7pm local time)

Rugby World Cup Qualifiers

The European Qualifiers will be played as a single round-robin tournament, to be held on the weekends of 5, 12 and 19 of December 2020. The winner of the tournament will qualify for Rugby World Cup 2021 and the runner-up will progress to the final qualification tournament, which will be organised by World Rugby in 2021.

Spain feature in the two remaining games of the Women’s REC 2020 as they host Russia on the weekend of October 24/25, before facing the Netherlands on October 31. The winner of the Women’s REC 2020 will join Scotland, Ireland and Italy, who have already been confirmed by World Rugby to take part in the Rugby World Cup 2021 European Qualifiers.

Interim Scotland Women Head Coach, Bryan Easson, said: “We are under no illusions on how tough this busy period will be and we will have to be at our very best to progress through to the Rugby World Cup.”

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