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Scotland’s opening home game of the Guinness Six Nations 2021 is against old enemies the Dragons, who have dominated in recent times.
The last successful rout of the Welsh force came in 2017 at Murrayfield Stadium, when Scotland won decisively with a final score of 29-13, since then the Doddie Weir Cup is now up for contention, providing another reason to triumph.
Regardless of records, the old Scottish fortress of Murrayfield is ready to withstand any onslaught and Wales would be wise to prepare for the worst.
Corporate Hospitality within the Stadium remains the absolute best way to enjoy this fixture, with the best category tickets, food, drink and entertainment that makes the day truly memorable.Skip to Hospitality Map
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.
Scotland faces England at BT Murrayfield Stadium for the most iconic fixture of the Guinness Six Nations. After an amazing performance in 2021, can Scotland keep the momentum going?
Scotland takes on France at BT Murrayfield Stadium in 2022 for the Guinness Six Nations. The world will be watching eagerly to see if Scotland can repeat 2020’s dominating performance.