Scotland U20 to play at Scotstoun for the first time

Scotland U20 to play at Scotstoun for the first time

Scottish Rugby can today confirm that Scotland U20 will play all three of their 2023 Under-20 Six Nations home fixtures at Scotstoun Stadium, home to Glasgow Warriors.

It is the first time that the international age-grade side will play Under-20 Six Nations fixtures in Glasgow.

Kenny Murray’s side will open their Under-20 Six Nations campaign away to England at Twickenham Stoop on Friday 3 February (kick-off 7pm).

Scotland’s first game at Scotstoun will be on Friday 10 February when they host Wales in a 7.15pm kick-off before traveling to play France away in round three on Friday 24 February (kick-off 8pm).

Murray’s young men will then round-off their campaign with two more home games at Scotstoun when they host Ireland in round four (Friday 10 March, kick-off 7:15pm) and Italy in round five on Sunday 19 March at 2pm.

Scotland U20 Head Coach Kenny Murray said: “We’re delighted to be making Scotstoun our home for the 2023 Under-20 Six Nations campaign. It’s a quality ground and a fast surface which will make for three entertaining games against Wales, Ireland and Italy.

“Our wider U20 group have been training regionally in the lead up to yesterday’s U20 1872 and now the focus will shift to being a central group as we come together in the lead up to the Under-20 Six Nations.”

Scotland’s fixtures in the 2023 Under-20 Six Nations
Friday 3 February: England v Scotland, Twickenham Stoop KO 7pm GMT
Friday 10 February: Scotland v Wales, Scotstoun Stadium KO 7:15pm GMT
Friday 24 February: France v Scotland, venue tbc, KO 8pm GMT
Friday 10 March: Scotland v Ireland, Scotstoun Stadium, KO 7:15pm GMT
Sunday 19 March: Scotland v Italy, Scotstoun Stadium, KO 2pm GMT


Pre-sale access for the Under-20 Six Nations tickets will go live on Tuesday 6 December and general sale tickets on Thursday 8 December.

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