Scotland U20 Six Nations
The Under 20 Six Nations Championship first started in 2008 and mirrors the fixtures of the Men’s and Women’s Six Nations Championships between Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales and France. This season, Scotland will host two home fixtures against England at Myreside in Edinburgh on Friday 7 February (kick-off 7.30pm) and then France on Friday 6 March at Netherdale in Galashiels (kick-off 8pm).
Newly appointed Head Coach Sean Lineen will reunite with Shade Munro to oversee the Scotland U20 programme this season, the pair have previously coached together at Glasgow Warriors. Lineen now heads up the FOSROC Scottish Rugby Academy and Age-Grade programmes. He returns to the U20 Head Coach role he last held in 2015, when the side achieved its first top eight finish in the World Rugby U20 Championships. Shade Munro is Lead Coach role at the FOSROC Scottish Rugby Academy for Glasgow & the West, following four seasons as head coach with Scotland Women.
Scotland U20 Squad
Head Coach Sean Lineen has named his Scotland U20 29-man training squad for the 2020 Six Nations. Read the full story HERE.
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Tickets are available for Scotland U20 home fixtures against England and France, secure yours now! Seating is unreserved at both games.
Concessions (students & seniors) £5
Please note. U12 £1 tickets must be bought with a paying adult ticket. The U12 £1 offer will end midnight before each match. U12 tickets will increase to £5 on match day.
Season Pass Holders
Scotland Season Pass holders are entitled to complimentary tickets for Scotland U20 home games. Entry to all these games is via match ticket only – not your Scotland Season Pass. To apply for tickets, log into your Scottish Rugby account, select the tickets you would like and the system will recognise you and offer the tickets (at no cost). Put them in your basket together with any additional tickets you want to buy for friends and family. The deadline for claiming your free tickets is midnight, Sunday 19 January.
You'll be emailed your tickets to print at home, but we'll email you again two weeks before each game to ask you to confirm whether you still intend going to the game - we are expecting big crowds at these games and we'll release any unwanted tickets back for sale.
Club commission is available on tickets for Scotland U20 home matches this season, contact your Club Secretary for tickets or purchase through your club’s unique URL.
If you require a wheelchair or accessible seating please call the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre on 0131 346 5160
Bag searches will be in operation at the stadiums. Small backpacks are permitted but suitcases or larger items will be denied access. A guide of size is something that will comfortably fit beneath your seat.
There will be no public parking, therefore public transport is encouraged. We would encourage spectators to be mindful of the surrounding residents and local parking restrictions.
There are frequent bus links to Edinburgh city centre, find routes and times on Lothian Buses.
Address: Myreside Rd, Edinburgh, EH10 5BZ
There will be limited public parking available onsite (Borders College Campus Car Park). This will be operated on a first come first served basis. We would encourage spectators to be mindful of the surrounding residents and local parking restrictions.
There are frequent train and bus services to Galashiels from Edinburgh and Glasgow. If you’re travelling by train, plan your journey with Scotrail or if you’re travelling by bus, find bus routes and times on Borders Buses.
Address: Netherdale, Nether Rd, Galashiels, TD1 3HE