Youth Finals Day


Welcome to our Match Guide to Youth Finals Day at the Scottish Gas Murrayfield campus, played across three pitches. Here, you’ll find an introduction to the day, a welcome from Director of Rugby Development, Gavin Scott, team news, and some information about those planning to attend the venue.

What you'll find & where

  • An introduction to Youth Finals Day

    We have a host of fixtures today at Scottish Gas Murrayfield, as teams compete for silverware on an action-packed day of Youth Finals rugby. It all gets underway at 11:30 with Girls’ U16 Shield and Cup games, culminating in the Boys’ U16 and U18 Shield and Cup finals at 6pm. With plenty of live rugby, and support from friends and families alike, it promises to be a memorable day of rugby at Scottish Gas Murrayfield!

  • Welcome from Gavin Scott, Director of Rugby Development

    Another busy day has arrived in the rugby calendar, as Scottish Rugby Youth Finals Day is set to showcase no fewer than eight fixtures across the Scottish Gas Murrayfield campus.

    The 16 teams competing for silverware have worked ever so hard to have the opportunity to play on our international pitches with world class facilities. They will all be striving to ensure that today is the most memorable day in their young rugby lives.

    With plenty of support from families, friends, volunteers and coaches, Youth Finals Day marks the culmination of lots of hard work, dedicated training and hard-fought matches over the course of the past few months.

    The most important thing, though, is that all the players competing at Scottish Gas Murrayfield today enjoy the occasion and to that end, I’d like to wish the very best of luck to all 16 squads in their quest for success.

  • Fixtures and team news

  • Matchday information

    Bag Policy

    Due to Youth Finals Day being held over the course of a day, we are allowing bags that can fit under your seat. Please note that all bags will be searched upon entry.

    Please note: there will be no bag drop facility at the stadium.

    Locations around the city can be found here:

    What not to bring

    For the safety of everyone at the game, there are a few items that will not be allowed into the stadium. For the full list, visit the matchday FAQs on the ASK Scottish Rugby section of our website. Bringing these items into the grounds, for your use or for someone else’s could result in an ejection from the event.

    Scottish Rugby has a zero-tolerance approach to smoke bombs and flares at Scottish Gas Murrayfield and Hive Stadium.

    Supporter information

    Supporters are encouraged to be mindful of others while enjoying the matches. Scottish Rugby does not encourage nor tolerate ‘booing’ of the opposition at any point during the game and asks all fans to refrain from engaging in this activity.

    Please note: no public parking is available, however there is parking for Blue Badge holders in Saughton Hall Car Park.

    Food and Drink

    There are food units all around the stadium serving a variety of food and drinks. Please note: no alcohol will be served on site.

    Scottish Rugby has a zero-tolerance approach for the consumption of alcohol on site at this event.

    NES Mobile Skills Unit

    Scottish Rugby is teaming up with NHS Education for Scotland (NES), Brain Health Scotland, Scottish Brain Sciences and sportscotland to deliver player welfare training at Scottish Gas Murrayfield during the month of December.

    The training will be delivered from the NES Mobile Skills Unit (MSU), a facility developed to support the delivery of clinical skills training and education to healthcare practitioners, the emergency services and members of the public across Scotland.

    The Mobile Skills Unit will be a hub of activity from 10am to 5.30pm at the Youth Finals Day, and will be open for members of the public and spectators to attend.

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