Scotland Women Six Nations

Sunday 9 Feb 2020 - 12:00 PM
Scotstoun Stadium

Scotland Women Six Nations

Women's Six Nations Championship

The Women’s Six Nations Championship runs alongside the men’s tournament and Scotland Women’s opening home game is against the 2019 Champions, the Red Roses, kicking off at Scotstoun just under 24 hours after the Calcutta Cup match at BT Murrayfield. The England game at Scotstoun in 2018 attracted the biggest-ever crowd for a home Scotland Women game, a record that is expected to be broken again this season. England Women are ranked number 2 in the world and Scotland’s next opponents at Scotstoun, France on Saturday 7 March (the day before the men’s international at BT Murrayfield) are ranked number 3. Tickets are on sale now priced at £15 (Adults), £5 (U18s) and £1 (one U12 ticket per paying adult).

Scotland v England, Sunday 9 February, kick-off 12.10pm
Scotland v France, Saturday 7 March, kick-off 7.45pm

Spain v Scotland

In the new year Scotland travel to Almeria for a Test against Spain (Sunday 19 January, kick-off 11am GMT) ahead of the 2020 Six Nations. Spain are currently ranked 9th in the world (Scotland are 11th having moved up one following their series win in South Africa) and are the reigning Rugby Europe Women’s Champions. (If they retain this title they will join Scotland, Ireland and Italy in the Rugby World Cup qualifying tournament next September.)


Secure your tickets now for Scotland’s 2020 Women’s Six Nations fixtures.




Under 18

Under 12*

Scotland v England




Scotland v France




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.

Rugby Clubs

Club commission is available on tickets for Scotland’s home matches this season, contact your Club Secretary for tickets or purchase through your club’s unique URL.

Scotland Season Pass Holders

Scotland Season Pass holders are entitled to complimentary tickets for all Scotland Women 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.


Seating for all Scotland fixtures at Scotstoun will be reserved in the Main Stand.

Wheelchair/Accessible Seating

If you require a wheelchair or accessible seating please call the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre on 0131 346 5160.

Matchday Information

Bag Policy
Bag searches will be in operation at the stadium. 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 is no public parking available at the stadium on match-day, and we recommend using public transport to travel to Scotstoun. Find out more HERE.

2019/20: A huge season for Scotland Women

This is a crucial season for Scotland Women. With a new head coach appointed in May, a historic winning tour to South Africa and two home Autumn Tests already under their belt, the Scotland squad is now building up to next year’s qualification tournament for the 2021 Rugby World Cup.

The 2021 Women’s Rugby Cup will be held in New Zealand (28 August-14 August) and is the ninth tournament since the inaugural event in 1991. Scotland Women will take part in the European qualifying tournament in September next year, along with Ireland, Italy and the winner of the 2020 Rugby Europe Women’s Championship (Spain are the current champions.) The winner will automatically qualify for the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, while the runner-up will have a further opportunity in the Repechage tournament along with the runners-up from the Asia and Oceania regional tournaments and the winner of the play-off between South America and second-placed team from the Africa regional qualifier.

Newsletter signup

Sign-up for our newsletter today to receive the latest updates, content and releases from Scottish Rugby.

sign up

Principal Partners