The 2022 Autumn Nations Series kicks off on Saturday 29 October against Australia, followed on consecutive weekends with games against Fiji, New Zealand and Argentina.
|Scotland v Australia||Saturday 29 October||5.30pm||SEE HIGHLIGHTS||MATCH REPORT|
|Scotland v Fiji||Saturday 5 November||1pm||SEE HIGHLIGHTS||MATCH REPORT|
|Scotland v New Zealand||Sunday 13 November||2.15pm||SEE HIGHLIGHTS||MATCH REPORT|
|Scotland v Argentina||Saturday 19 November||3.15pm||BUY TICKETS||GOING TO GAME?|
Individual match tickets are still available for Saturday’s game against Argentina, including U12 tickets, free with a paying adult (bookings fees apply).
To help you decide where you want to sit when you buy your Scotland tickets, you can see the view from available seats using the new Virtual Venue facility.
In addition, a range of hospitality options are also available for all four fixtures. Find out more HERE
New Scottish Rugby Ticketing App
To improve access, security and sustainability on Scotland matchdays, Scottish Rugby is now issuing all Scotland match tickets via a new FREE Scottish Rugby Ticketing App. Starting with the Autumn Nations Series, all Scotland match tickets will be sent to the Scottish Rugby Ticketing App to be scanned at the turnstiles at BT Murrayfield for entry into the stadium.
Head Coach Gregor Townsend talks through the 40-man squad he named for the 2022 Autumn Nations Series, with games against Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and Argentina at BT Murrayfield⤵️
Scotland v Australia, Saturday 29 October (5.30pm)
One that got away. Scotland outscored Australia two tries to one but were just not clinical enough in the Wallabies’ red zone and were left to rue missed opportunities at BT Murrayfield.
Scotland v Fiji, Saturday 5 November (1pm)
There was no champagne rugby at BT Murrayfield on Saturday afternoon. Instead, Scotland had to roll up their sleeves and eventually put Fiji away by four tries to two.
Scotland v New Zealand, Sunday 13 November (2.15pm)
A day of high drama in front of a capacity BT Murrayfield crowd as Scotland passed up a nine-point lead going into the final quarter to enable New Zealand to retain their unbeaten record against the hosts.
Find out everything you need to know about your matchday HERE.
Scotland v Argentina, Saturday 19 November (3.15pm)
The Pumas beat New Zealand for the first time in their history in 2020 and beat Wales in Cardiff the following summer, and are currently ranked number 8 in the world, one below Scotland. Scotland embark on a tough three-test tour to Argentina this summer before welcoming the South Americans to BT Murrayfield in November. Scotland have won the last three games against Argentina at BT Murrayfield, including the 41-31 nine-try thriller in 2014.