BT Murrayfield Hospitality Packages
Enjoy Scotland’s Autumn Internationals 2022 hospitality & VIP tickets at the BT Murrayfield Stadium
Entertain your important clients and Scotland rugby fans at Edinburgh’s finest sporting venue with BT Murrayfield hospitality packages to witness the very best of the Scotland rugby team during the Autumn Internationals in 2022.
The famous venue has played host to the Scotland rugby team since its opening in 1925 when Scotland celebrated its opening by winning a Grand Slam tournament. BT Murrayfield is the largest stadium in Scotland, boasting a capacity of more than 67,000 and has welcomed Scotland rugby fans far and wide.
After the laying of the new synthetic pitch, fans continue to see some fantastic flowing rugby – combine that with fine dining and exceptional VIP service, guests are sure to have a memorable experience when watching the Scotland team in 2022 with our Autumn Internationals hospitality at Murrayfield.
Whether that be for the World Cup Warm-Ups or Autumn Tests, with our Scotland rugby hospitality inside the official hospitality village and the Thistle Suite, you are sure to find a rugby hospitality package to suit your requirements for all Scotland’s Autumn International fixtures at BT Murrayfield.
BT Murrayfield Stadium – Home to Scotland's Autumn Internationals 2022 Fixtures
BT Murrayfield Stadium is the home to Scotland rugby team and houses the offices of the Scottish Rugby Union.
BT Murrayfield, a tremendous hospitality experience for Scotland rugby fans, is located in the west end of Edinburgh, the Scottish capital, and near to BT Murrayfield Ice Rink, Murrayfield Curling Rink, and Edinburgh Zoo.
Walkable from the city centre, people exit the bars and restaurants merging into vast crowds heading for the match.
The walk takes about 10-15 minutes – longer as you near the start of the match and the road gets blocked with thousands tramping towards the ground.
For banter, camaraderie, colour and laughter it is hard to beat, with the reverse happening after the game, albeit losing supporters are in less good humour!
With a capacity of 67,130, BT Murrayfield is used for most Scottish international matches, with all Scotland’s Six Nations and Autumn Internationals home rugby games being played there.
BT Murrayfield also hosts Edinburgh Rugby, one of Scotland’s two professional sides in the Guinness Pro 14 that features teams from Ireland, Wales and Italy.
Although mainly a rugby union venue for Scotland's rugby union, it has in the past hosted football matches, American football, rugby league and music concerts.
Tina Turner played at BT Murrayfield in 1996 as part of her Wildest Dreams Tour. U2 have performed and so have The Rolling Stones. A highlight came in July 2005 when the venue featured the final Live 8 concert, Edinburgh 50,000 – The Final Push, with performances from the likes of James Brown, Texas and The Proclaimers. Oasis played a sold-out show in 2009 while other artists have included Bon Jovi, Madonna and One Direction.
Murrayfield Experience is the official provider of hospitality and events at BT Murrayfield for Scotland's Autumn internationals fixtures.
It proclaims: “The only thing better than watching the action live at Murrayfield is to watch it live in luxury! Entertain friends or clients with premium seats, superior hospitality and fine dining in luxurious surroundings with the promise of player interaction after the game. Experience the electric atmosphere of BT Murrayfield's live events, enjoy exclusive matchday hospitality and meet the Scotland national team after the game.”
In addition to Scotland rugby, it offers facilities for conferences, meetings, dinners, exhibitions, weddings, Christmas and Hogmanay.
The complex dates back to the 1920s and the acquisition of 19 acres of land purchased from the old Edinburgh Polo Club at Murray’s Field for £3,800, the money being raised through debentures, previous internationals having been played at Inverleith.
A stand and three embankments were constructed, which took two years and on March 21, 1925, Scotland v England – who else could it possibly have been given the rivalry between the two nations – were the first team to visit, with 70,000 people watching Scotland beat them to win their first Five Nations Championship Grand Slam.
Murrayfield’s record attendance of 104,000 was set on March 1, 1975, when Scotland defeated Wales 12-10 during the 1975 Five Nations Championship. This attendance stood as a world record until 1999.
There are two tiers of seating on all four sides of BT Murrayfield stadium, with the West and East stands running the length of the pitch, and the South and North stand behind the posts – perfect for Scotland's home fixtures.
There is a 100m running track in front of the West stand meaning those seated there are a little further from the action, but there really are no bad seats in the house when watching Scotland. The ticket office is located to the rear of the East Stand, and corporate facilities are available in all stands apart from the East. At national games, the Scottish Rugby Union makes a huge effort to create a special atmosphere, with plenty of pre and post-match entertainment for all Scotland fans. Be sure to see which of our Scotland rugby hospitality packages would suit you for the Autumn Internationals.
It is always a brilliant buzz visiting BT Murrayfield – anyone attending the Autumn Internationals in 2022 can enjoy a first-class experience with our VIP rugby hospitality when watching Scotland at Murrayfield.