Venues confirmed for 2023 TikTok Women’s Six Nations
Scotland Women’s venues for the 2023 TikTok Women’s Six Nations have been confirmed as the side will return to the DAM Health Stadium in Edinburgh for their three home fixtures.
Scotland will open their campaign with a trip to Kingston Park in Newcastle as they face current reigning champions England (Saturday 25 March, kick-off 4.45pm).
The following weekend sees the side take on Wales at DAM Health Stadium (Saturday 1 April, kick-off 5.30pm).
Following a week’s break in the tournament, Scotland will head to Stade de la Rabine in Vannes to face France in the third round of the competition (Sunday 16 April, kick-off 3.15pm GMT).
Bryan Easson’s side’s penultimate match of the championship will be against Italy at DAM Health Stadium (Saturday 22 April, kick-off 4.45pm).
The tournament will once again conclude with a ‘Super Saturday’, as the final round of matches take place on the same day, with Scotland finishing their campaign against Ireland at DAM Health Stadium (kick-off Saturday 29 April, kick-off 7.30pm).
Scotland’s matches against England and Wales will be broadcast on BBC Two, with the remaining three fixtures against France, Italy and Ireland being shown on BBC Scotland. All games will also be available live on BBC iPlayer.
Ticketing information will be released in due course. You can register to receive updates here: https://scottishrugby.org/newsletter-signup/
Scotland’s fixtures in the 2023 TikTok Women’s Six Nations
Saturday 25 March: England v Scotland; Kingston Park, Newcastle (kick-off 4.45pm) – live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Saturday 1 April: Scotland v Wales; DAM Health Stadium, Edinburgh (kick-off 5.30pm) – live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Sunday 16 April: France v Scotland; Stade de la Rabine, Vannes (kick-off 3.15pm GMT / 4.15pm local time) – live on BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer
Saturday 22 April: Scotland v Italy; DAM Health Stadium, Edinburgh (kick-off 4.45pm) – live on BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer
Saturday 29 April: Scotland v Ireland; DAM Health Stadium, Edinburgh (kick-off 7.30pm) – live on BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer.