Scotland v France

Saturday 7 Mar 2020 - 7:45 PM
Scotstoun Stadium

Scotland v France

Game Postponed. Six Nations have postponed tomorrow's (Saturday 7 March) Scotland v France Six Nations women’s match at Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow.

Click here to read the full statement.

Scotland’s only Saturday night match of the season will be against France on Saturday 7 March, 7.45pm kick-off at Scotstoun. In last year’s tournament, France were a tough team to beat having topped the table in 2018. Despite a strong defence and two tries from Scotland, France came out on top in Lille, watch the highlights.



Under 18

Under 12*

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.

Clubs can earn 15% commission on tickets for Scotland Women’s home fixtures this season. If you are booking multiple tickets for your club or school, please click HERE to fill in the form and email the completed form to [email protected].

Match Day Information

Turnstiles open at 6.30pm

Safety and security

Turnstiles open at 6.30pm, bag searches will be in operation so make sure you leave plenty of time to enter the stadium. Small backpacks are permitted, but suitcases and larger luggage items will be denied access. A guide of size is something that will comfortably fit beneath your seat. We assume no responsibility for baggage within the stadium. Rucksacks and other bags will be subject to a search before entry. Bag pipes are allowed along with your loudest singing voices! If you are bringing a flag, please ensure it is fire retardant and less than a metre long.


The Ticket Office at Scotstoun Stadium will be open from 3pm. Avoid queues on match day and buy your tickets online in advance at Kids for £1 tickets available until midnight Friday 6 March.

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

Getting to Scotstoun

There is no public parking available at Scotstoun Stadium on match-day. We recommend using public transport to get to and from the games.

If you are travelling by train, our North-West entrance is just a 10 minute walk from Scotstounhill Station, which lies on the Argyle and North Clydelines, with trains to and from Glasgow Central or Queen Street stations and on into the east end. Visit for more information.

If you are travelling by bus, you can catch the below First Bus services to the stadium:

Dumbarton Road: ONE/A/B/C/D, 2 & 3

Westland Drive: X4

Anniesland Road: 6

Buses are scheduled to arrive at these stops every 10 minutes. Visit for more information

Supporters can access the stadium at any turnstile or gate, open 60 minutes before kick-off. The new North West Gate significantly reduces the time to walk to the ground from Scotstounhill train station. Note there is no ticket collection point or ticket sale facility at this entrance. Supporters walking from Scotstounhill train station without a ticket should access Queen Victoria Drive/Danes Drive to the main entrance.

What to do when you get there

  • Food and drink kiosks will be available in the main stand, opening at 6.30pm and closing 10 minutes before the end of the game. Hot and cold food and drinks available. Visit the new Guinness Bar in the East Corner!
  • Match day programmes will be available for free from your nearest steward.
  • Look out for our announcer at half-time in the main stand who will be giving away Scotland goody bags!
  • Show your support for Scotland and share your match day selfies with us by tagging #AsOne in your photos!
  • Seating

    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.

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