The Home of Scottish Rugby
The stadium has stood proudly over the West of Edinburgh since 1925 and is the home of the Scottish Rugby Union. It is the largest stadium in Scotland, and the fifth-biggest in the United Kingdom, holding just over 67,000 fans at full capacity. The stadium hosts the majority of Scotland’s home rugby test matches, as well as other sporting fixtures and concerts.
BT Murrayfield Hospitality
Murrayfield Stadium boasts incredible hospitality for guests too, who wish to enjoy the game in style. In the Thistle Suite, expect champagne receptions, star Rugby guests and a fully inclusive bar. Fine dining before and after the game seals the deal.
BT Murrayfield is the home of the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) and hosts most of Scotland’s home matches, the Scottish Hydro Electric Cup finals, as well as Pro12, Heineken Cup matches and the Six Nations. Murrayfield Stadium is a sports stadium located in the west end of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. With a capacity of 67,144, the stadium can incorporate the largest permanent “big screens” in the country, resulting in BT Murrayfield being known as the largest stadium in Scotland and the 5th largest in the United Kingdom.
We have a wide range of facilities to offer at the BT Murrayfield Stadium to accompany you when watching the best of rugby. Immerse yourself in an electric environment with VIP treatment accompanied by fine dining, refreshments and exclusive Murrayfield Boxes.
The Scottish Rugby Union was founded in 1873 and originally known as the Scottish Football Union until 1924. The first team that was hosted at BT Murrayfield was England, back when the Six Nations was known as the Five Nations and Scotland took great pleasure in defeating the England team.
Outside of Rugby, BT Murrayfield has seen famous musicians, groups and the Pope, in 1982 grace its stage.