Scotland Fixtures 2024

Scotland fixtures for Six Nations 2024 are listed below; you will be able to see all the details, including dates, timings, and venues. According to Scotland’s fixtures, they have to play their Guinness Six Nations Rugby Championship games with Wales, France, England, Italy, and Ireland. The Wales will play their first game against Scotland.

Round 1

Saturday 3rd February 2024





Time: 4:45 PM
Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Round 2

Saturday 10th February 2024





Time: 2:15 PM
BT Murrayfield Stadium

Round 3

Saturday 24th February 2024





Time: 4:45 PM
BT Murrayfield Stadium

Round 4

Saturday 9th March 2024





Time: 2:15 PM
Stadio Olimpico

Round 5

Saturday 16th March 2024





Time: 4:45 PM
Aviva Stadium

Fixtures for Other Teams

Tickets for Scotland Matches

  • Along with Scotland games, you must be looking for a way you can buy tickets for Scotland’s Six Nations fixtures. To be safe, we recommend you buy the tickets from Scotland Rugby’s official website (
  • The Six Nations’ official website often provides information about ticketing for all matches. They might redirect users to the individual rugby unions of participating nations for ticket purchases. So, you must visit their official sites.

Overview of Scottish Rugby

  • The Rugby sport has a long history in Scotland. If we look back to the 19th century, Scotland’s first international rugby match took place in 1871 against England, making it one of the oldest international rugby fixtures.
  • The team’s emblem is a thistle, a symbol of Scotland, and they are known as the “Scotland national rugby union team” or simply the “Scotland rugby team.” Club rugby in Scotland is organized by the Scottish Rugby Union, including several professional and amateur leagues.
  • Scotland is one of the six participating teams in the annual Six Nations Championship, along with England, Wales, Ireland, France, and Italy. Scotland has intense rugby rivalries with its neighbors, particularly England. Matches against England in the Six Nations are highly anticipated and fiercely contested.
  • At the same time, the Rugby World Cup is held every four years, and Scotland has a strong history of participation. The team has reached the knockout stages on multiple occasions. Scotland has produced numerous legendary rugby players, including Gavin Hastings, Gregor Townsend, Jim Telfer, and, more recently, players like Stuart Hogg and Finn Russell.

Scotland Achievements

  • Scotland has won the Grand Slam (beating all other teams in the tournament) on three occasions: in 1925, 1984, and 1990.
  •  The Triple Crown beat the other three Home Nations (England, Ireland, and Wales). Scotland has secured this multiple times, with notable wins in the ’80s and ’90s.
  •  Scotland has qualified for every Rugby World Cup since its inception in 1987.
  •  The best performance came in 1991 when they reached the semi-finals but were narrowly defeated by England.
  •  The Calcutta Cup is an annual match between Scotland and England. Scotland has won the Calcutta Cup on numerous occasions.