Scotland’s November Test kick-off times confirmed

Argentina, Japan and New Zealand will provide the opposition on three consecutive Saturday's at Murrayfield Stadium

Scotland will play New Zealand in an evening game at Murrayfield, just as they did in 2017. Image: ©Craig Watson
Scotland will play New Zealand in an evening game at Murrayfield, just as they did in 2017. Image: ©Craig Watson

THE kick-off times for Scotland’s three November Tests this year have been confirmed, with the series getting under way against Argentina at 3.15pm on Saturday 7th November, followed by Japan on 14th November at 1pm and will culminate with a 5.30pm kick-off against New Zealand on 21st November. All three matches will be played at Murrayfield Stadium.

The next round of tickets for these matches go on sale in May. Three-match packages start at £59 for adults and there will be further ticket options made available later in the spring, including ‘Kids for £1’ for the Argentina and Japan games (one U12 ticket for £1 per paying adult).

In addition, the ‘Groups & Schools Offer’ will be in operation at all three games, with the group rate of £10-£15 for children plus two free adult tickets per group, and discounted additional adult tickets.

All three Autumn Tests are included in the 2020-21 Scotland Season Pass. Fans with the current pass will have the opportunity to secure entry to the 2020 Autumn Tests and 2021 Guinness Six Nations games when Season Pass renewals start at the end of February.


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