Ahead of the resumption of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations later this month, Scottish Rugby have introduced a new supporter membership for fans at home and abroad to back the sport in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Having taken part in a warm-up game against Georgia a week earlier, Scotland will face a trip to Wales on October 31 to round out their 2020 Championship campaign before the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup, with fixtures against Italy, France and Fiji – the latter two at BT Murrayfield.
The 2021 Guinness Six Nations will then come hot on the heels of that competition in February, with home matches scheduled against Wales, Ireland and Italy.
To make access to any tickets as equitable as possible for all supporters, at the heart of Scottish Rugby’s revised ticketing strategy is a temporary, three-tiered membership to cover the 2020/21 season.
On sale now, the three membership entry points are – LOMOND, MACDUI and NEVIS.
Named after three of Scotland’s most famous mountains, these memberships are designed to offer fans an opportunity to ‘Sign Up for Scotland’ and support both rugby and Scotland to a level which suits them.
Each membership option provides a menu of benefits that, at the lowest end, supporters can subscribe to for free. At the higher end, fans can also buy access for £34, with one of the key benefits being the ability to enter into ticket ballots for all seven international rugby matches at BT Murrayfield, i.e. the 2021 Guinness Six Nations games and 2020 Autumn Nations Cup.
Head to scottishrugby.org for more detail on the available membership and show your support for the team ahead of the Autumn Nations Cup kicking off.