Scotland Women 2022 Summer Tests

Scotland Women 2022 Summer Tests

Scotland will host two Summer Test fixtures against USA and Spain at DAM Health Stadium in Edinburgh, ahead of traveling to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup, in what will be their first appearance at the tournament in 12 years. The Summer Tests are your opportunity to watch the team in action at home and send them off to New Zealand in style!

FIXTURES

Scotland v USASaturday 27 AugustDAM Health Stadium, EdinburghKick-off 4pm
Scotland v SpainSunday 11 SeptemberDAM Health Stadium, EdinburghKick-off 3pm

Both fixtures will be streamed live on the Scottish Rugby website.

Ticket Information

  • General Sale

    BUY TICKETS

    Individual tickets are £12 for adults, £5 for students & U18s, and £1 for U12s with a paying adult ticket.

    Two-match packages are available for the fixtures, at £20 for adults, £7.50 for students & U18s.

    Tickets are digital and will be emailed to the ticket purchaser no later than 7 days before the game (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.

  • Pre-sale

    Scotland Season Pass Holders, Scotland Supporters Club Members, Glasgow Warriors members, and Edinburgh Rugby members can all access an exclusive pre-sale window on Friday 1 July, ahead of public sale. More information will be sent by email to those who qualify for the pre-sale window.

  • Entry Requirements

    No Bags Bigger than A5

    A ‘small bags only’ policy operates for games at DAM Health Stadium. Ticket holders will only be allowed to enter the stadium with bags up to A5 size, equivalent to a small clutch bag (measuring 21cm x 15cm x 8cm). Note that sporrans and bagpipes are allowed into the stadium! All bags will be searched before tickets are scanned. Bags larger than this will not be allowed into the stadium. The only exceptions to this rule are for supporters who require bags larger than A5 size for health reasons, including parents with young children who need to carry medical/dietary items. Anyone with such requirements should access the stadium via the dedicated ‘Bags for health & childcare purposes only’ turnstiles and lanes.

    Enhanced Hygiene Measures

    Please take enhanced hygiene measures whilst traveling to, and inside, the stadium. Please note: female sanitary products will be available in all toilets at the stadium and hand-sanitisers will be situated throughout the stadium.

    Terms & Conditions of Entry

    For the full terms of entry, please read our Ticket Terms and Conditions. Please also take the time to read the full list of safety measures and to find out more about what you can expect on matchdays, visit the ASK Scottish Rugby section.

Getting to the stadium

The 7,600-seater stadium, home of Edinburgh Rugby, is situated next to BT Murrayfield and is well served by public transport and only a 45-minute walk from the city centre.

  • By Tram

    Edinburgh’s tram line runs from Edinburgh Station into the city centre and there’s a stop at Murrayfield. You exit the station onto Roseburn Street, where you follow the signs to DAM Health Stadium along the pedestrian walkway that links Roseburn Street with the turnstiles at the south end of the stadium.

    Tickets must be purchased prior to boarding trams. You can either use the ticket vending machines at tram stops or pre-purchase tickets on the Transport for Edinburgh App. You can buy a ‘Rugby Return’ ticket for use on matchdays (£3.40 adults, £1.80 children) or a ‘Family Day Tripper’ (£7.50 for a day’s tram travel for up to 2 adults plus up to 3 children. You can pre-purchase your tram tickets at edinburghticket.com. (Please note: Facemasks 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..)

  • By Bus

    The following services all stop near the stadium.

    For the South Turnstiles
    Lothian Buses 1, 2, 22, 30 all stop on Westfield Road, from where you can walk to Roseburn Street, turn left under the bridge onto the pedestrian walkway that links to the turnstiles at the south end of the stadium.

    For the North Turnstiles
    Lothian Buses 12, 26, 31,First Buses 21A, 22, 38, 38A, the Airlink 100 (from the Airport) and Scottish Citylink 900 all stop on Corstorphine Road, from where you walk along Riversdale Crescent and through the Ice Rink Car Park to the turnstiles at the north end of the stadium.

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

  • By Car

    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].

  • By Train

    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, linked below. Get live train running info via Twitter @ScotRailvor text ‘ScotRail’ to 86688 for the ScotRail app.

    On arrival at Haymarket or Waverley, you can then jump on a tram straight to the stadium.

  • On Foot

    DAM Health Stadium is approximately a 45-minute walk from Edinburgh city centre. From Princes Street head to Shandwick Place, which leads on to Atholl Place, then onto Haymarket Terrace. Continue and either turn left onto Roseburn Street at the Roseburn Bar (for the south turnstiles) or continue and turn left onto Riversdale Crescent at the Murrayfield Bar (for the north turnstiles).

Scotland v USA, Saturday 27 August

Scotland last faced USA in the 2006 Rugby World Cup in Canada, before that the sides met four times - their first match was in the 1998 Rugby World Cup in Amsterdam. Scotland have only beaten USA once in the five closely matched encounters. USA are ranked 7th in the world, Scotland are 11th, with both teams preparing for the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand this October. Be there to see how the teams match up for the first time in 16 years at DAM Health Stadium in Edinburgh!

v USA, 2006

Scotland v Spain, Sunday 11 September

Scotland last faced Spain in the 2021 Rugby World Cup Qualification tournament in Parma, recording a 22-27 win to keep their World Cup dreams alive. Spain are currently ranked 10th, with Scotland at 11th, given their recent results, you can expect an exciting Summer Test at DAM Health Stadium. The match will be your last opportunity to see the Scotland team in action before they fly to New Zealand for their first Rugby World Cup in 12 years, get ready to give them a big send-off!

Watch highlights of their last two fixtures:

Spain v Scotland, 2021 Rugby World Cup Europe Qualification Tournament (22-27)

Spain v Scotland, 2020 (12-36)

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