Scotland v France

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Saturday 8 March 2014, 5.00pm

France got their 2014 RBS 6 Nations campaign off to a flying start with a thrilling 26-24 victory over England in Paris.  Teenage centre Gael Fickou came off the bench to score the last of France’s three tries, with Yoann Huget also touching down twice, sealing a dramatic win for Les Bleus – their second victory over England in their last RBS 6 Nations meetings.

Scotland face France at Murrayfield in March.  There have been some great matches between the two sides in recent seasons.  Here’s a montage of some of the best moments…


Tickets for the Scotland vs France match on 8 March are now sold out but on rare occassions tickets are returned to the ticket office. To register your interest in these tickets you can join the waiting list and we will be in touch if any tickets become available.









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Make The Most Of Your Murrayfield Match Day!

Supporters can expect a full programme of entertainment, with turnstiles opening from 2pm onwards.  There’ll be bands, live music and plenty to do, with a range of hot food and public bars.  We’ll also be showing Ireland v Italy (2.30pm) live on two giant screens around the outside of the stadium bowl, so come early to beat the queues. 

Our popular Family Zone can be found behind the East Stand, with face painting and other entertainment acts to keep the little ones amused.  Get to your seats in plenty of time to soak up the best pre-match entertainment, including the Red Hot Chilli Pipers live from the centre of the Murrayfield pitch! 

Don’t forget that if you’ve got match tickets to collect you’ll need to head for the Ticket Centre, off Roseburn Street (the East side of the stadium).  Leave yourself plenty of time – with a full house expected you may face some queues.  

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