Updated: Friday, January 31, 2014
The RBS 6 Nations has grown to be the biggest annual competition in world rugby. It’s a chance for fans to show their pride and passion, travelling to some of the best cities in Europe to mix with like-minded supporters.
Rugby fans of all ages revel in their own traditions – those of their team, their local club or their friends and family; those pre-match rituals that make a match-day so special. Scotland have two home matches in this year’s Championship, with tickets available now.
Scotland v England
Saturday 8 February 2014, 5.00pm
The most over-subscribed game in the Scotland rugby calendar is the biennial match at Murrayfield against England - the oldest fixture in international rugby! There was powerful sense of a chance missed the last time England visited Edinburgh, when Stuart Lancaster’s team narrowly won 13-6.
However, Scotland’s recent record in home Calcutta Cup games is good, with wins in 2006, 2008 and a draw in 2010. Under interim head coach Scott Johnson they’ll be looking to keep the Calcutta Cup in Scotland, long after the England team departs for home!
Scottish Rugby is now able to confirm that this year's Calcutta Cup match will be played in front of a full-capacity crowd of 67,144 at Murrayfield.
Buy tickets and book accommodation early to avoid any disappointment!