The 2016/17 Scotland Season Pass has sold out, thanks to more supporters than ever before committing to watch all five of Scotland's home games at BT Murrayfield.If you haven't bought one but still want to go to all the games, don't worry! Autumn Test tickets and packages will go on sale in June, with an RBS 6 Nations package on sale later in the year.
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Saturday 12 November 2016 - BT Murrayfield, 2.30pm
No-one will need reminding of what happened the last time these two teams met, at Twickenham in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final. With two minutes to go Mark Bennett scored a dramatic try under the posts which, with Laidlaw’s conversion, gave Scotland a 34-32 lead. At the re-start the Scots were penalised and Bernard Foley coolly kicked over the resulting penalty to give the Aussies a 35-34 win and a place in the semi-final against Argentina. Scotland will be more than usually eager to start the season with a win!
Saturday 19 November 2016 - BT Murrayfield, 5pm
The following Saturday Scotland play the team they came so close to meeting in the Rugby World Cup semi-final! There have been some cracking games against Argentina in the last few years, not least the last time they met, at BT Murrayfield two years ago when Scotland scored five glorious tries in a 41-31 win.
Saturday 4 February 2017 - BT Murrayfield, 2.25pm
The opening game of the 2017 RBS 6 Nations Championship sees Scotland host the 2014 and 2015 champions. Greig Laidlaw’s team ran the Irish close in Dublin on the final day of this year’s championship and will be in determined mood to get the tournament off to a winning start.
Saturday 25 February 2017 - BT Murrayfield, 2.25pm
The Scots are away to France in the second week of the championship and then welcome the Welsh to BT Murrayfield in the third round. It’s always a wonderful, colourful occasion when Wales come to town with Edinburgh awash in daffodils as well as thistles!
Saturday 18 March 2017 - BT Murrayfield, 12.30pm
The Italy game is the first of three games on “Super Saturday”, the final day of the championship and so the bars and food areas will be open for the whole day so everyone at the game can watch the rest of the day’s action on the big screens around the stadium. Scotland have scored five tries in the last two meetings against the Azzurri and will be aiming to do likewise and finish the season on a high.
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