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Scotland: Women’s Six Nations v England and France

🏉 International rugby union returns to Scotstoun Stadium with Scotland facing a double-header of Women’s Six Nations action against first the Auld Enemy followed by France next month.  Tickets are on sale.

Scotland face a big year with the visit of both England and France to Scotstoun Stadium in the Women’s Six Nations ahead of embarking on qualification for the 2021 World Cup.

England are the reigning Women’s Six Nations champions and pose a serious threat to the Scots who will be looking to put their heavy defeat at the hands of the Red Roses – which saw England crowned Grand Slam champions – last year behind them.  Meanwhile France finished in third place last year with 3 wins out of their five matches to their name including a victory over the Scots in Villeneuve-d’Ascq

Scotland v England is a Round 2 fixture with Scotland taking on France at Scotstourn in Round 4.  Scotland’s Women begin their 2020 Six Nations campaign against Ireland on 2 February.

Can Scotland record what would be a famous victory against their English rivals?  There’s only one way to find out.  Book your tickets now to be part of the action at Scotstoun Stadium.  

🏉 Kick-off for Scotland v England on 9 February is at 12.10pm.

🏉 Kick-off for Scotland v England on 7 March at 7.45pm.

🎟️ Tickets in advance are available via the Get Tickets link.

🎟️ Tickets on the day subject to availability.  Checking the Scottish Rugby Twitter feed before travelling is recommended.

🚊🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended as there is no public parking on a matchday at Scotstoun Stadium. Scotstounhill railway station is a 10 minute walk from the north-west entrance to Scotstoun. The station is on the Argyle and North Clydelines, with regular services to and from Glasgow Central, Glasgow Queen Street and Partick stations for all local and national connections, including SPT Bus and Subway hubs.

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