2022 Guinness Six Nations, Wales v Scotland
Wales welcome Scotland to the Principality Stadium, in their first home game of the 2022 Six nations Championship.
Wales secured a tense 25-124 victory over Scotland in the 2021 Championship, overcoming an 8 point deficit which set them up for the Six Nations title.
Can Wales win their third Six Nations Championship in four years?12th Feb 2022 Principality StadiumLimited Availability
2022 Guinness Six Nations, Scotland v England
Eddie Jones’ men travel north to take on the Scots at BT Murrayfield in Scotland’s first home match of the tournament.
Can England retain the Currie Cup after falling to Scotland in the 2021 Six Nations tournament, losing 11-6?
Engage are proud and excited to be able to offer a range of official and exclusive rugby hospitality packages throughout the six nations tournament.5th Feb 2022 BT Murrayfield StadiumLimited Availability
2022 Guinness Six Nations, Scotland v France
Scotland and France will battle it out in the third round of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations Championship.
In 2021 France and Scotland was a rescheduled match due to covid-19 and therefore came after Super Saturday and was crucial in determining the Six Nations 2021 champion.
Scotland beat France in Paris 27-23 to ensure Wales took home the crown. Can Scotland beat France again, this time at home?26th Feb 2022 BT Murrayfield StadiumLimited Availability
2021 Autumn International’s Scotland v Australia
Scotland can make it three wins in a row against the Wallabies, recording two victories in 2017. The latest was at the BT Murrayfield Stadium as Scotland cruised to a 53-24 result in the Autumn.
Even more impressive was their win against the Aussies in Sydney just five months earlier, where they managed to come out victorious in a 24-19 battle.
This is a great opportunity to see the Scots live in action and we expect this fixture to be high in demand. Register your interest or call us on 0207 04848 to enquire or book now.6th Nov 2021 BT Murrayfield StadiumLimited Availability
2021 Autumn International’s Scotland v South Africa
Scotland will be looking to break their duck against the World Champions South Africa, who have won the last 6 matches. The last victory for the Scots was at the BT Murrayfield Stadium in 2010, with a tight 21-17 triumph over the Springboks!
South Africa haven’t played a match in 2020 but are still listed as the number one ranked team in the world, due to their impressive World Cup final victory against England in Japan.
This is a great opportunity to see the Scots live in action and we expect this fixture to be high in demand. Register your interest or call us on 0207 04848 to enquire or book now.13th Nov 2021 BT Murrayfield StadiumLimited Availability