The RBS 6 Nations has grown to be the biggest annual competition in world rugby. It’s a chance for fans to show their pride and passion, travelling to some of the best cities in Europe to mix with like-minded supporters.
Rugby fans of all ages revel in their own traditions – those of their team, their local club or their friends and family; those pre-match rituals that make a match-day so special.
Sunday 15 February 2015 - BT Murrayfield, 3pm
The Scotland v Wales is usually one of the most exciting in the championship and this year has the added spice of being Scotland’s opening home game of the RBS 6 Nations Championship.
Saturday 28 February 2015 - BT Murrayfield, 2:30pm
The Scots will be aiming for three-in-a-row against Italy in the RBS 6 Nations, after this season’s thrilling win in Rome (courtesy of Duncan Weir’s nerveless drop-goal) and the 34-10 victory at Murrayfield in 2013, when Stuart Hogg’s glorious length-of-the-pitch score was the pick of the day’s many tries.
Saturday 21 March 2015 - BT Murrayfield, 2:30pm
Scotland’s last international of season is on the final weekend of the RBS 6 Nations Championship, against the current RBS 6 Nations champions – Ireland. Scotland won the last time Ireland came to Murrayfield and will be looking for a similar result to propel them into their summer preparations for Rugby World Cup. One of the most popular and colourful weekends in the whole Scottish sporting calendar, this season’s Ireland game is on the final day of the championship! All six nations will be battling it out on this ‘Super Saturday’ and you can watch all the action on the BT Murrayfield big screens! A sell-out in 2013, we expect high demand and the only way to guarantee a seat at this stage, is through the Scotland Season Pass.
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