Scottish Rugby House
After its success at Rugby World Cup 2015 in England, an even bigger and better Scottish Rugby House will be open at this year’s tournament in Japan, providing Scotland fans with the ideal place to gather pre-match and travel together to the ground before the pool games against Ireland and Japan.
Scottish Rugby House in Yokohama will be hosted by former Scotland Captain Al Kellock and will bring a taste of Scotland to Japan.
Al will be joined by Scotland players past and present to give supporters the chance to hear about the squad’s preparations in camp and see unique behind-the-scenes video content.
There will be great food, drink and entertainment on offer, with big screens showing other Rugby World Cup action throughout the day to keep fans fully up-to-date with all the games being played.
All guests will be entered into prize draw to win a series of fantastic prizes, including signed Scotland shirts, tickets, and hospitality for home Scotland games at the 2020 Guinness Six Nations Championship.
Tickets are limited, so if you’re one of the lucky ones heading to Japan this autumn – or you’re still thinking about it (packages details below) – don't miss out on making your match-day experience in Yokohama even more unforgettable!
What’s included in your ticket:
- Five complimentary drinks (alcoholic and/or soft drinks)
- Delicious food pre and post-match (pre-match only for Scotland v Japan)
- Free gift on arrival
- Q&A sessions with current and former Scotland players
- All guests entered into prize draw
- Free WIFI courtesy of BT
We are offering a VIP Package at each of the events which includes access to an area within the venue to network and soak up the pre-match atmosphere with Scottish Rugby partners and invited guests.
We are offering a VIP Package at each of the events which includes access to an area within the venue to network and soak up the pre-match atmosphere with Scottish Rugby partners and invited guests. We recommend the VIP Package for corporate and professionals attending the Rugby World Cup in Yokohama.