Scotland to face world champions South Africa and Australia next Autumn

Opposition for third match is still to be announced

Scotland will be hoping to repeat their 2017 success over Australia at Murrayfield. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

SCOTLAND will take on world champions South Africa on 6th November 2021, Dave Rennie’s Australia on 13th November 2021 and a yet to be named side on 20th November, it has been announced.

“The Autumn Internationals in 2021 will be another opportunity for our players to represent their country, hopefully with our fans in attendance, and provides the team with a different challenge and exciting challenge as a result,” said Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend.

Despite the games being just under a year away, and it not yet being clear just how far down the road we will be to returning to normal from the Covid-19 pandemic by then, tickets will go on sale towards the end of the week, with prices ranging from £65.50 to £185.50 for an adult three-match package.

The ‘Match Packages’ will go on sale this week and are available to purchase online at scottishrugbytickets.com on Friday 4th December, 10am, with a pre-sale access window open to NEVIS members on Thursday 3rd December, 10am.

The launch of these packages does not affect club ticket allocations as the club allocation is set aside from this sale. If club members wish to purchase the 2021 Autumn International Package via our online ticket centre, they have been reminded to use their club URL in order to generate club commission.

It was also reported earlier today that Scotland will tour Romania and Georgia next summer if travel restrictions are lifted on time.

 


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2 Comments

  1. Have to say the 3 match packages are very reasonable. Cheaper than you would pay for premier league football matches. When you look at the prices at Twickenham and elsewhere it’s way cheaper. Fair play to the SRU for making these matches so accessible especially against such stellar opposition

  2. 10k Nevis Membership with ability to buy 4 tickets each, I wonder how many existing right holders will need to forgo their rights again next season if there are still restricted crowd numbers.

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