Scotland ticket timeline confirmed for 2022/23

Scotland ticket timeline confirmed for 2022/23

Following last month’s confirmation of the 2022/23 fixture list, next week fans will have the first opportunity of securing seats at Scotland’s home games at BT Murrayfield.

The renewal period for existing Scotland Season Pass holders ends on Friday and is followed by a two-day pre-sale window for Scotland Supporters Club members on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 May, for those who have signed up by midnight on Sunday 29 May. Any remaining Season Passes will then go on general sale at 10am on Wednesday 1 June.

The 2022/23 Scotland Season Pass gives access to all seven of Scotland’s home games as well as pre-sale access to Scotland Women and Scotland U20 home games during the season. In addition, Season Pass holders are also invited to special events, including at least one Scotland training session during the season.

Other multi-match packages and tickets will be available at varying times over the next few weeks (see graphic below).

If you want to be part of the Scotland Supporters Club pre-sale for any of these sales, you have to purchase your membership by midnight before the pre-sale date to be eligible.

Official ticket and hotel packages for Scotland’s Autumn Nations Series and Guinness Six Nations fixtures at BT Murrayfield are now available via

For more information visit our Tickets & Events page.

2022/23 Scotland fixtures at BT Murrayfield

Autumn Nations Series

Saturday 29 October – Scotland v Australia (kick-off 5.30pm)

Saturday 5 November – Scotland v Fiji (kick-off 1pm)

Sunday 13 November – Scotland v New Zealand (kick-off 2.15pm)

Saturday 19 November – Scotland v Argentina (kick-off 3.15pm

Guinness Six Nations

Saturday 11 February – Scotland v Wales (kick-off 3pm)

Sunday 12 March – Scotland v Ireland (kick-off 3pm)

Saturday 18 March – Scotland v Italy (kick-off 12.30pm)

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