World Rugby U20 Trophy Supporters' Hub

World Rugby U20 Trophy 2024

  • An introduction to the World Rugby U20 Trophy

    The World Rugby U20 Trophy is part of the international U20 competition structure, with the winners gaining passage to the following year’s World Rugby U20 Championship.

    The U20 Trophy sees eight teams compete across two pools, with finishing positions correlating to a final match day, on which the two top teams will compete for that prized U20 Championship berth for 2025.

    Scotland, who lost out at the semi-final stage to Uruguay last year, are seeking a return to the Championship and as hosts, have high hopes of a restoration to the U20 Championship, a competition they have finished as high as fifth in previously (2017).

    Of the eight countries vying for World Rugby U20 Trophy success, Japan, Samoa, Uruguay, USA and Scotland have all competed in the top tier Championship before, with Netherlands, Hong Kong China and Kenya seeking a first such achievement.

    The World Rugby U20 Trophy is a World Rugby competition, as such you can visit the official tournament website HERE.

    Find out more about the U20 Trophy since it began in 2008 HERE.

  • Fixtures

    All information on fixtures and pools can be found HERE.

  • How to watch

    You can watch all of Scotland’s World Rugby U20 Trophy matches live and exclusive on free-to-air BBC ALBA and BBC iPlayer in the UK. This includes the age-grade team’s three pool matches, along with their final play-off on Wednesday 17 July (time TBC).

    All other matches throughout the tournament will be available to watch live on RugbyPass TV. 



  • Ticket Information

    You can choose to go to only one match, or buy a Day Ticket for a little extra that gets you into all four games on that day. All prices below are inclusive of book fee.

    Match Ticket Day Ticket
    Adult £16.50 £26.50
    Student £11.50 £16.50
    U18 £6.50 £11.50

    Tickets are on sale now, you can buy HERE. 


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