Feb – Mar 2018, Murrayfield and away stadiums.
This year’s Six Nations in Edinburgh is set to be another exciting event for Scotland, with rounds 2 and 3 being hosted at Murrayfield. The remaining three Scotland matches will be played away in Wales, Ireland and Italy. Can Scotland take the winning title from defending champions England?
The Six Nations Championship showcases international rugby union at its best, with Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy fighting it out for the prestigious title of European Champions. Matches take place in all six countries, with Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh the venue for all home Scotland games. Each team plays the other five once, over five rounds in February and March. So, there are fifteen matches per championship, five of which are Scotland games. The winning team is calculated on a ‘Match Points’ basis.
Scotland will kick off with their first away game against Wales on Saturday 3rd February. Then, on Sunday 11th, they will play France at Murrayfield in their first home match. They’ll remain at Murrayfield for their next game on Sunday 24th, where Scotland will host the famous Calcutta Cup against arch-rivals England. Then it’s off to Ireland on Saturday 10th March for their fourth game of the tournament. Their final match will be in Italy on ‘Super Saturday’ 17th March.
Six Nations Fixtures for Scotland Team 2018
|1||3 Feb||14:15||Wales||Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales|
|2||11 Feb||15:00||France||Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland|
|3||24 Feb||16:45||England||Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland|
|4||10 Mar||14:15||Ireland||Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland|
|5||17 Mar||13:30||Italy||Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy|
Join us for the Six Nations in Edinburgh, where Scotland’s rounds 2 and 3 will be played at Murrayfield Stadium. View the full fixtures list for more information.