Ireland travels to Edinburgh to face Scotland at BT Murrayfield Stadium for the penultimate weekend of the Guinness Six Nations tournament in 2021.
This fixture is set to be a monumental clash after the last few showdowns resulted in defeat for the Scottish side, and with the Centenary Quaich up for grabs, the stakes could not be higher for either side.
As this is the penultimate weekend of the Six Nations tournament results here are critical in keeping dreams alive for the title, or for stopping a potential grand slam, guaranteeing this matches importance.
Hospitality in Edinburgh, and especially at BT Murrayfield Stadium is legendary. For businesses, this is a fantastic opportunity to meet, entertain, grow and build new relationships for many years to come.
Hospitality Packages Available: 4
Attendees: 67,144 in 2019
The majority of hospitality options have no strict dress codes, and team shirts are generally allowed. However, it is advised to dress smart casual, and according to weather conditions as match seats are outside.
GPS users can get to BT Murrayfield Stadium by using the postcode EH12 5PJ. There is very little parking at the Stadium, so visitors are encouraged to use the park and ride schemes, trams and buses.
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