Scotland Women v Spain


Scotland Women will host Spain on Saturday 30 September at Hive Stadium in Edinburgh as preparations get underway for World Rugby’s new global competition, WXV in October (kick-off 5.45pm).

The hosts secured their spot in the second tier of the competition, WXV 2, which will be held in Cape Town this October, after finishing fourth in the recent TikTok Women’s Six Nations championship.

Spain will feature in WXV 3 in Dubai later this year, with the side missing out on a place in WXV 2 after a 23-0 defeat against Italy in the tournament qualifier.


Scotland’s previous clash with Spain was during the 2021 Rugby World Cup Europe Qualifiers tournament in Parma, with the Scots holding off a late comeback from Spain to record a 27-22 victory.

The hosts will be looking to continue their recent spell of promising performances, with the side recording two back-to-back victories against Italy and Ireland in April.

Scotland Women Head Coach, Bryan Easson, said: “We enjoyed an encouraging conclusion to our recent TikTok Women’s Six Nations campaign and this test against Spain is the perfect opportunity to continue the positive momentum and keep building as a squad.

“We are thoroughly excited to get underway with WXV preparations and with all the teams confirmed for the competition in South Africa, it is vital that we expose and test ourselves against different playing styles and opposition.

“To finish the tournament with a record home crowd was a truly special occasion for everyone involved and it would be brilliant to see the support back at the stadium before we fly to Cape Town.”


Supporters can secure their tickets for all three of Scotland’s home games this season at Hive Stadium with the newly launched Season Pass, including Spain, France, and England. FIND OUT MORE

Fans attending the match against Spain will be able to watch Scotland Men’s match against Romania (kick-off 8 pm BST) in The Tennent’s Up & Under bar, entry on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Match Day Information

    Full match day information is available HERE

    As well as an exciting game of rugby, there’ll be lots to do in the West Fan Village: face painting, a silent disco, great food & drink – including The Famous Grouse Club House, a trophy exhibition and a chance to meet the players post-match.

    Gates open from 4pm so you can cheer the teams into the stadium off the bus.

    The Scottish Rugby Store will be open until kick-off, so you can get ready to support Scotland in style!

    Fans attending the match against Spain will be able to watch Scotland Men’s match against Romania (kick-off 8 pm BST) in The Tennent’s Up & Under bar, entry on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • When can I buy tickets?

    Match tickets are now on sale on

    There will be pre-sale access for Scotland Supporters Club members on Wednesday 16 August from 2pm.


  • How much are tickets?

  • How will I receive my ticket?

    Match Tickets: Digital-only tickets on the new FREE Scottish Rugby Ticketing App

    To improve access, security and sustainability on Scotland matchdays, all Scotland match tickets are being issued to the Scottish Rugby Ticketing App to be scanned at the turnstiles for entry into the stadium. Your Scottish Rugby ticketing account – the one you used to purchase your tickets – will link your ticket(s) to the new App using the mobile number registered to your ticketing account. As there should only be one ticket per device, all ticket holders (except children or dependents) must download the app so the purchaser can transfer their tickets to their devices in order to enter the stadium. If you’ve bought a few tickets for family or friends, you’ll be able to transfer these tickets to each person in your group once they have downloaded the app to their smartphone.

    You can find out more about the new Scottish Rugby Ticketing App, which was launched last October HERE and the answers to a wide range of Frequently Asked Questions about the Ticketing App can be found on the ASK Scottish Rugby section of this website HERE.

  • FAQs

    For the full terms of entry, please read our Ticket Terms and Conditions (link below).

    Find more frequently asked questions and more information about what you can expect on matchdays, visit the ASK Scottish Rugby website.

  • Groups & Schools - DEADLINE SUNDAY 3 SEPTEMBER

    Scottish Rugby is once again offering special discounted rates and incentives for tickets for schools and other youth groups. You can now apply for tickets to Scotland Women’s home game against Spain Women at Hive Stadium on Saturday 30 September 2023.

    We are also able to offer bus parking at the stadium on a first come first served basis by emailing [email protected]

    Young people can be inspired through sport, and rugby is a game with special values that can transfer into young people’s everyday lives: Leadership, Enjoyment, Achievement, Engagement and Respect. We believe bringing a children’s group to support Scotland Women at HIVE Stadium is the best, easiest and most affordable way to allow young people to experience these values in a safe and friendly environment, while also enjoying the excitement of thrilling international rugby.

    A minimum group size of ten (eight children and two adults) is required to be eligible for the offer. We are again providing the first two tickets for adult chaperones FREE of charge, to thank and reward the adult organisers for their time and effort in bringing the group to the game. Further discounted adult tickets can also be purchased, the number depending on the size of the group – we offer two discounted adult tickets per eight children, but if your local authority/organisation requires more than the two adults per eight children ratio, you can apply for additional chaperone tickets. (Please note on your application your reason for requiring any additional chaperones).

    To apply for tickets through the Groups & Schools Offer, simply complete the form through the link below. You will receive confirmation that your application has been submitted. Once the deadline has passed, we’ll let you know whether your application has been successful and request payment at this point. The deadline to apply is Sunday 3 September.


    Demand for these matches is expected to be high therefore please do not place hypothetical orders – only order the number of tickets your group or school actually require. If oversubscribed, applications are subject to ballot. We are unable to take applications after the deadline.

    If you have any questions, please contact us by emailing [email protected] or call 0131 378 1600. Phone lines are open 10am-4pm Monday-Friday (excluding Wednesdays).

  • Edinburgh Rugby Ticket Competition T&C's

    Terms and Conditions

    1. This competition is open from 15/09/2023 to 20/09/2023 (midnight).

    2. Winners will be drawn at random in front of an independent observer. If a winner is unable or unwilling to accept their prize or does not meet age requirements (18+), then no alternative will be offered, and subsequent draws will take place until a new winner is found.

    3. Employees of Scottish Rugby, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this competition may not enter.

    4. The prize is four tickets to Edinburgh Rugby v Connacht on Friday 29 September 2023 and Scotland Women v Spain on Saturday 30 September 2023 at Hive Stadium in Edinburgh.

    5. Entry is by sharing and commenting on Edinburgh Rugby or Scottish Rugby’s social media posts promoting the competition. By submitting the details, entrants will be deemed to have read and accepted these terms and to have consented to: a) competition entry; and b) the winner’s name and image being recorded and published for promotional purposes by Scottish Rugby or its authorised representatives.

    7. Scottish Rugby will not be responsible for: a) changes of date, venue or cancellation of a match; b) any inability of a winner to take up their prize. Scottish Rugby reserves the right to provide a substitute prize of similar value if a prize is unavailable for reasons beyond its control.

    8. Scottish Rugby’s decision is final. Scottish Rugby reserves the right to refuse entry to, or refuse to award the prize to anyone in breach of these terms.

    9. This competition is governed by Scots law and the Promoter is Scottish Rugby Union plc, Scottish Gas Murrayfield, Edinburgh EH12 5PJ.

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