2022 Women's Six Nations

Sunday 10 Apr 2022 - 1:00 PM

2022 Women's Six Nations

The Women’s Six Nations will remain in its own dedicated window in the calendar, with the matches taking place in March and April. Scotland will open the Championship against 2021 Champions England at DAM Health Stadium on Saturday 26 March, before traveling to Cardiff Arms Park the following week to take on Wales.

The third round will see Scotland host France in Glasgow at Scotstoun Stadium on Sunday 10 April. After a break weekend, the squad’s campaign will resume on Saturday 23 April as the side face Italy at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi in Parma. The Championship will end with a Super Saturday on April 30, with Wales v Italy, Ireland v Scotland, and France v England taking place on the same day.

Scotland's 2022 Women's Six Nations Fixtures

Scotland v EnglandSaturday 26 March, 12noonDAM Health Stadium, Edinburgh
Wales v ScotlandSaturday 2 April, 4.45pmCardiff Arms Park
Scotland v FranceSunday 10 April, 1pmScotstoun Stadium, Glasgow
Italy v ScotlandSaturday 23 April, 7.20pmStadio Sergio Lanfranchi, Parma
Ireland v ScotlandSaturday 30 April, 8pmKingspan Stadium


Tickets for Scotland's fixtures at the DAM Health Stadium and Scotstoun Stadium are on sale now at scottishrugbytickets.com.

Kids for £1 tickets are available with a paying adult*, at £15, and U18s go for £5. Our Groups and Schools offer is available for both Women's Six Nations fixtures, please email [email protected] for details.

Tickets are digital and will be emailed to the ticket purchaser, please check your junk and spam folders. Add your digital ticket(s) to your Apple or Google pay wallet (instructions on how to do this are included in the ticket email) or print them at home to bring with you to the game.

  • Match Day Safety Measures

    Scottish Rugby has been working with the Scottish Government throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and supporters can be reassured that all relevant safety and security measures will be in place to ensure the DAM Health Stadium and Scotstoun Stadium continue to be safe venues to visit. Read all of the measures being taken to ensure a safe match day experience for spectators and those working at the DAM Health Stadium HERE and Scotstoun Stadium HERE, including information on how everyone attending these matches must be fully vaccinated.


    All adults (age 18 or over) attending must be fully vaccinated and bring proof of this status with you to the match. Exemptions are made for those who are, a) unable to get the vaccine for a medical reason, or b) taking part in vaccine trials. Find out more about accepted proof of vaccination and valid exemptions. Please have your tickets and vaccine certificates ready for inspection on arrival.


    We recommend wearing a face mask throughout your visit but please note the wearing of face masks is compulsory at all times indoors (unless you have a medical or other valid exemption) as set out in Scottish Government guidance.


    Lateral flow tests are recommended twice weekly for those who are asymptomatic, and we strongly encourage you to take one on match day or the day before. The Scottish Government offers free lateral flow test kits to anyone in Scotland, for use if you are not displaying symptoms of Covid-19. Further information on ordering and taking the tests can be found linked below.


    Please do not attend if you have tested positive for Covid-19 in the 10 days prior to the match or if you have been asked to self-isolate by Test & Protect (or another Contact Tracing agency) as a result of being a close contact of someone who has tested positive for Covid-19, or if you feel generally unwell. If this happens, self-isolate and book a PCR test.


    Scottish Rugby strongly recommends all supporters download the free NHS Scotland Protect Scotland app designed to help us protect each other and reduce the spread of coronavirus.

  • Getting to the DAM Health Stadium, Edinburgh


    Edinburgh Trams run a fast, frequent service to the entrance of the stadium from locations such as Edinburgh Airport, Ingliston Park and Ride, Edinburgh Gateway and Haymarket. Alight from the Murrayfield Stop.

    Tickets must be purchased prior to boarding trams using the ticket vending machines at trams stops or on the Transport for Edinburgh App. Advice on travelling by Tram can be found at edinburghtrams.com/covid-19-travel-advice

    Masks must be worn on all public transport in Scotland and Scottish Rugby recommends you also wear your mask as you approach the stadium and during the whole of your visit, i.e. within crowded areas when social distancing is not possible.


    The following services pass close to the stadium:

    Lothian Buses

    1, 2, 22, 30 at Westfield Road

    3, 25, 33, 38 at Gorgie Road

    12, 26, 31 at Corstorphine Road

    Airlink: 100 at Corstorphine Road

    First Bus: 21A, 22, 38, 38A at Corstorphine Road

    Scottish Citylink: 900 at Corstorphine Road

    Full details of services can be found at www.lothianbuses.com.


    ScotRail will use every available carriage to help supporters and will have queuing systems in place at key stations before and after the match to help safely guide fans to next available trains. Buy tickets in advance, either at staffed stations, by phone (0344 811 0141) or at scotrail.co.uk. Get live train running info via Twitter @ScotRail or text ‘ScotRail’ to 86688 for the ScotRail app.


    There is no parking available for general supporters. There are a number of Blue Badge parking spaces available for wheelchair and accessible ticket holders. Parking for Blue Badge holders will be in Saughtonhall Car Park on matchday and access will be via Saughtonhall Bridge. Blue Badge parking MUST be PRE-BOOKED, to book a space please email [email protected].

  • Getting to Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow


    The following services pass close to the stadium and arrive every 10 minutes:

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

    Westland Drive: Service X4

    Anniesland Road: Service 6

    To find routes and stops, use the First Bus app or go to firstglasgow.com.


    Scotstounhill station lies on the Argyle and North Clydelines, with regular services to and from Glasgow Central, Glasgow Queen Street and Partick stations for all local and national connections, including SPT Bus and Subway hubs. Visit scotrail.co.uk for full service details and journey planning options.

    If you are travelling by train, our North-West entrance is just a 10 minute walk from Scotstounhill Station.


    Public parking is not available at Scotstoun Stadium on match day. We recommend supporters use public transport to get to and from the game. Blue Badge parking MUST be PRE-BOOKED, to book a space please email [email protected].

    Glasgow City Council have introduced parking controls surrounding Scotstoun Stadium on match day. Enforcement officers will monitor the area, with a system of fines for vehicles parked inappropriately. For full details, visit glasgow.gov.uk

    The parking facilities on the right of the stadium complex are for the exclusive use of Glasgow Club Scotstoun users. There is no facility for supporters attending Glasgow Warriors games to park there.

    Please respect our neighbours on your way to and from the stadium.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Everything you need to know about coming to a Scotland international can be found in our ASK Scottish Rugby section of the website, with FAQs on all aspects of the games and ticket access being regularly updated.

  • Where to watch

    Can't make it along to the fixtures? Cheer on the Scotland squad from home!

    2022 will see all 15 matches broadcast on BBC in the UK, RTÉ and Virgin Media in Ireland and Sky Italia for the Italian market. Details for France will be communicated in due course. Matches will be shown on a mix of terrestrial and Player services with broadcasters across territories significantly increasing their commitment to the women’s game.

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