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The Centenary Club is a plush and stylish hospitality facility set in the West Stand of Murrayfield Stadium. The suite has a dedicated entrance and has a very intimate feel.
There is plenty of entertainment with a professional host and in-depth Q&A’s with players before and after the match, alongside a wonderful four-course meal and sommelier paired wines.
Thanks to its enviable location seats for the match are accessed via a private tunnel, the suite itself can be accessed throughout the match.
|Location||West Stand - Linked to Stadium by Tunnel|
|Admission||SRU Official Match Ticket|
|Price Guide||£835 to £875 (Autumn 2020)|
West Stand - Linked to Stadium by Tunnel
West Stand Padded Seats
SRU Official Match Ticket
2 to 10 Guests
Grand Marque Champagne Reception
4-Course Opulent Meal
Official Match Programme
Table Service Drinks
The Centenary Club is the newest and most luxurious suite at BT Murrayfield and was opened in 2019, to mark the centenary of Murrayfield Stadium in 2025. With a capacity of up to 150 guests, it has its own entrance, foyer, private bar, and toilets and enjoys direct stadium access. This suite will give your guests a unique experience at one of Scotland’s most iconic venues and represents Murrayfield’s ambition to offer guests an upgraded hospitality experience.
The suite is situated inside Murrayfield’s West Stand with its own private entrance, and clear signage on the stadium concourse. Guests access the suite via an exclusive foyer with cloakroom facilities.
This new suite has a very smart interior, reminiscent of a high-class restaurant. It has some natural light as well as state-of-the-art lighting facilities and enjoys up-market branding. There is a direct link to your padded seats in the stadium through a tunnel, which conveniently allows you to return to the suite at half-time.
Private tables are available for 2-10 guests.
The padded seats are situated in the West Stand, which is side-on to the action. Murrayfield is less than transparent in advertising specific seating blocks in advance.
The catering consists of a fine-dining four-course luncheon followed by gourmet pies at half-time and post-match cheeseboard served with port.
You will enjoy a glass of Joseph Perrier Grande Marque Champagne on arrival and the bar is complimentary serving premium beverages. The wines are specially selected by the sommelier to complement your meal. Please note that Champagne is only available during the reception.
There are dedicated drink hosts providing table service.
There is an emphasis on providing guests with an entertaining insight into the game. During lunch and post-match broadcaster, Caroline Blair will interview some of Scotland’s coaching team or past legends as well as Scotland Squad players.
There are several TV screens in the restaurant to view other sporting events or video highlights.
There are no car park passes included in this package, which means guests will have to use public transport, taxis, or source parking themselves in the Murrayfield area.
A souvenir match programme is included as well as Ref Talk for each guest.
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.