Murrayfield Memories


Were you there?

Next year Scottish Gas Murrayfield will be marking its 100th anniversary, and as part of the birthday celebrations Scottish Rugby wants to build a treasure trove of fans’ memories.

Scotland first played at Murrayfield on 21 March 1925 when they beat England 14-11 to win their first Grand Slam. Since then, the greatest names in the history of the sport have played in over 300 international matches. Fans have come from all over the world to see international rugby since that opening game, and we would love to hear your stories and memories of your most memorable visits!

Scotland captain David Sole makes his way through the crowd after beating England to win the Grand Slam, 1990

Does a day out at Scottish Gas Murrayfield hold a special place in your heart? Do you always meet your friends under the clock? Have you been coming since you were a child?

Whatever your story, whether it’s moving, humorous or nostalgic we want to hear from you. We’d also love to help you tell it: our plan is to feature fans’ memories across our channels over the next few months in the run up to the stadium’s Centenary Season.

Fans in the terraces greet the Scotland and France teams ahead of the Grand Slam winning game in 1984

Please share your tales and memories (old photos and videos welcomed!) by filling in the form below.

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Were you at any of these games?

The Scotland players line up with their backs to the ‘new’ East Stand before the Five Nations match against Wales, 1985

Scotland captain Bryan Redpath leads the celebrations after beating South Africa, 2002

Finn Russell’s famous offload to Kyle Steyn to score in the win against Wales, 2023

Douglas Morgan in action against Wales in 1975. The crowd of over 105,000 held the record as the biggest international rugby crowd until exceeded in 2000 at an Australia v New Zealand game

The old Murrayfield scoreboard on the East terrace, 1980

Scotland celebrate winning the Calcutta Cup, 2022


(all photos courtesy of SNS Pix)

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