The Scotland Season Pass is a new way to follow the Scotland team at Murrayfield, a season ticket that guarantees you a seat at every home game in Season 2013/14 – including the Calcutta Cup match - and is already proving to be a hit with supporters, with '000s sold in the first three weeks.
How to buy your Scotland Pass
Your Scotland Season Pass includes:
This season is one of the most exciting for years. Scotland will welcome four of the top six teams in the world, including Australia, South Africa and, of course, England.
Saturday 9 November 2013, 2:30pm
Scotland have played Japan eight times in total, the last time in June 2010 before Scotland’s summer tour where a Scotland XV won 24-5. Currently ranked 15th in the world, Japan will be hosting the 2019 Rugby World Cup and former Wallaby coach Eddie Jones has just led the “Cherry Blossoms” to a clean sweep in this year’s HSBC Asian Five Nations Championship.
Sunday 17 November 2013, 3:00pm
The last chance to watch Scotland take on South Africa before their crunch Pool B match in Newcastle during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. The Scots will be seeking inspiration from the 21-17 victory three years ago, a magnificent Scotland win that ended South Africa’s dream of a UK grand slam tour.
Saturday 23 November 2013, 6:00pm
Scotland are going for three wins in a row against the Wallabies, having won in Australia last summer and the last time the two teams met at Murrayfield, in November 2009. No-one who was at Murrayfield that evening will ever forget it and Scotland will be in a determined mood to make yet more history. Will the Wallabies be coming to Murrayfield to avenge defeat by the Britis Irish Lions? Or will the Scots be setting out to do what the Lions cound't manage? Either way, a classic encounter awaits!
Saturday 8 February 2014, 5:00pm
The most over-subscribed game in the Scotland rugby calendar is the biennial match at Murrayfuield against England - the oldest fixture in international rugby! There was powerful sense of a chance missed the last time England visited Edinburgh, when Stuart Lancaster’s team narrowly won 13-6. However, Scotland’s recent record in home Calcutta Cup games is good, with wins in 2006, 2008 and a draw in 2010.
Saturday 8 March 2014, 5:00pm
Despite starting as favourites to win the 2013 RBS 6 Nations, France ended up at the bottom of the table, so will be going into the 2014 championship with a point to prove. They have only narrowly won the last two games against Scotland (23-16 in Paris earlier this year, and 23-17 at Murrayfield in 2012) and the Scots will be aiming to go one better this time.
*Scotland v Japan
As it is unlikely the whole stadium will be used for this game, we cannot guarantee your Season Pass seats at this game, but will provide the best available within the same price-band.