The opening game of the 2017 RBS 6 Nations Championship sees Scotland host the 2014 and 2015 champions, Ireland. The Scots are away to France in the second week of the championship and then welcome the Welsh to BT Murrayfield in the third round, and then after the trip to Twickenham it’s back to BT Murrayfield for the game against Italy. This is the first of three games on “Super Saturday”, the final day of the championship and so the bars and food areas will be open for the whole day so everyone at the game can watch the rest of the day’s action on the big screens around the stadium.
There’s lots to do before kick-off at every Scotland game:
The party then continues in the West Fan Village and in our Up & Under bar after the game!
Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions for everything you need to know about attending a RBS 6 Nations game at BT Murrayfield – including how to make the most of match day and what to bring with you to the stadium.