BT Murrayfield Stadium

The Home of Scottish Rugby

The BT Murrayfield Stadium has stood proudly over the West of Edinburgh since 1925 and is home to the Scottish Rugby Union. It is the largest rugby venue in Scotland, and the fifth-biggest in the United Kingdom, holding just over 67,000 fans. Guests can sit in two tiers of seating on all four sides of the stadium, with the West and East stands running alongside the length of the pitch. The South and North stands are situated behind the posts.

Murrayfield hosts most of Scotland’s home rugby matches, including the Six Nations and Autumn Tests and other sporting fixtures and concerts.

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Travelling to BT Murrayfield Stadium

Please use the Google maps provided for further information.

How do I get to BT Murrayfield by bus?

Guests travelling from Westfield Road should use Lothian buses 1, 2, 22 and 30. We recommend using services from Edinburgh City Centre 1,3, 12, 22, 25, 26, 30, 32 or 33. Airlink 100 will take you to BT Murrayfield and the City Centre from Edinburgh Airport.

How do I get to BT Murrayfield by tram?

Edinburgh Trams provides a direct and reliable service to the BT Murrayfield entrance from Edinburgh Airport, Ingliston Park & Ride, Edinburgh Gateway, Edinburgh Park Station, Haymarket Station, and St Andrew Square tram stop. Wheelchairs have their own spaces on all trams, and the tram stop is entirely accessible, with a lift to street level.

How do I get to BT Murrayfield by train?

Waverley Station is known as Edinburgh’s rail railway station and the second biggest in Scotland, with services from all over Scotland. It is the perfect station to use when travelling for Murrayfield’s rugby matches as it is situated in the heart of the city and is a short ride to BT Murrayfield.

On the west end of the city centre, Haymarket Station is a 20/30 minute walk to BT Murrayfield or a one-stop on the tram.


BT Murrayfield Stadium FAQs

All adults over 18 must be fully vaccinated or showcase evidence of a negative flow test taken within 24 hours of entry.

Guests aged 12 or over must wear a face-covering unless you have a medical or valid exception. Face masks are recommended for use in all other areas of the venue.

Murrayfield strongly recommends that bags should not be brought into the stadium. However, if you bring a bag (e.g. for medical reasons, children), you should go to a designated search lane where bags will be searched and tagged before entering the stadium.

Guests can only use contactless/card payments at the refreshments units. Cash is accepted in the Macron Store.

Ferrytoll Park & Ride
The site has 1,040 spaces (37 disabled), free parking, and cars can be left overnight at no charge. If parking overnight, ensure that you park in the multi-storey car park and provide your vehicle registration details to the duty supervisor.

Sheriffhall Park & Ride
Accessed by the A1, the A7 and A68 mains roads, the parking has 561 spaces (15 disabled) and is open at all times for free.

Hermiston Park & Ride
Near the Heriot-Wyatt University campus, the site has 450 spaces (22 disabled) with free parking. With parking open for 24 hours, guests can enjoy the ten-minute walk to the stadium’s south.

BT Murrayfield Hospitality 2022/23

Entertain your important clients and rugby fans at BT Murrayfield to witness the best of the Scotland rugby team during the Autumn Internationals 2022 and the Six Nations in 2023.

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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, Murrayfield stadium can incorporate the largest permanent “big screens” in the country, resulting in BT Murrayfield being known as the largest venue 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 rugby treatment accompanied by fine dining, refreshments and exclusive Murrayfield Boxes.

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Scotland Home Fixtures at BT Murrayfield

Don’t miss out on Scotland rugby fixtures at the BT Murrayfield Stadium:

  • Scotland v Australia: Sunday 6th November 2022 – TBC
  • Scotland v South Africa: Sunday 13th November 2022 – TBC
  • Scotland v Wales: Saturday 11th February 2023 – 16:45
  • Scotland v Ireland: Sunday 12th March 2023 – K.O 15:00
  • Scotland v Italy: Saturday 18th March 2023 – K.O 12:30

BT Murrayfield Stadium History

BT Murrayfield Stadium is the capital of Scotland and the home ground of the Scottish Rugby Union.

Murrayfield is Scotland’s biggest stadium and replaced Inverleith Park to host international games in the city in April 1925. Scotland celebrated the opening of its new stadium by winning a Grand Slam with a victory over the ‘Auld Enemy’ England. All the current stands were built in 1983, significant renovations in 1995 saw many parts of the venue refurbished to the high standards we see today. With redevelopment, the modernisation gave the rugby venue its first floodlight system while also adding a running track.

Murrayfield’s record attendance of 104,000 in 1975 stood as the world record until 1999. The venue has hosted many memorable games, especially against their fierce rivals England, who were the first rugby team to visit the ground. Scotland and England compete each year for the Calcutta Cup – an ornate silver trophy. Scotland and England played the first Calcutta Cup match at Reburn Place, Edinburgh, in 1879, which ended in a draw.

Other Sports at BT Murrayfield Stadium

Murrayfield was built for and is mainly used as a rugby union ground, although it has hosted other sporting events in the past. It regularly hosts football matches, notably Heart of Midlothian FC (Hearts) and Hibernian (Hibs) have both played against FC Barcelona at the ground.  Hearts v Barcelona attracted 58,000 fans to be the most attended Edinburgh football match in over 50 years.

More Events at BT Murrayfield Stadium

Popular music acts have stopped on tour at Murrayfield on multiple occasions.  Most notably, One Direction, Robbie Williams, David Bowie, Tina Turner, U2, Oasis, and The Rolling Stones have played at Murrayfield on various occasions.  Murrayfield Stadium was also the location of the final Live 8 concert in 2005.


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