BT Murrayfield Stadium has a seated capacity of 67,144 (the largest in Scotland) and is the home of Scottish rugby.
Go behind the scenes of BT Murrayfield, one of the great sporting stadia of the world and the home of Scottish Rugby. BT Murrayfield has played host to thrilling international rugby matches, a variety of concerts, conferences and other sporting events.
BT Murrayfield is Scotland’s biggest stadium, with a capacity of 67, 144. The stadium's history stretches back to the 21st of April 1925, when Scotland celebrated the opening of a new stadium by winning a Grand Slam with a victory over the 'Auld Enemy' England.
Outside of Rugby Union, BT Murrayfield has also welcomed many famous musicians, groups and, in 1982, the Pope. The musicians who have graced our stage include One Direction, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Robbie Williams, Madonna and, on two occasions, the Rolling Stones.
If you are interested in taking part in a guided tour of BT Murrayfield stadium with one of our professional and knowledgeable Scottish Rugby tour guides, the guided stadium tours are available Monday to Saturday at 11am, with an additional tour scheduled for 2.30pm on Thursday and Friday and extra tours available throughout the summer months.Upcoming events at BT Murayfield
Scotland v Fiji
10th November 2018
Gregor Townsend will kick off his second season in charge of Scotland against the thrilling Fijians, and will no doubt be eager to reverse the result the last time the two teams met, in Suva at the end of last summer’s tour, when his side narrowly lost.
Scotland v South Africa
17th November 2018
he mighty Springboks return to Edinburgh for the first time in five years. Scotland last beat South Africa at BT Murrayfield in the 2010 Autumn Test, but currently have a home record that boasts 8 wins in the last 9 games at BT Murrayfield. South Africa, meanwhile, have been rejuvenated under new coach Rassie Erasmus and are hitting fine form in time for the Rugby World Cup. All is set for a titanic Autumn Test on 17 November!
Scotland v Argentina
24th November 2018
Scotland have beaten Argentina all three times they’ve met since the Pumas knocked the Scots out the 2011 Rugby World Cup in Wellington. Gregor Townsend will be aiming to continue this run with a third consecutive win at BT Murrayfield after the 19-16 win in 2016 and the nine try thriller 41-31 the previous year (when brothers Ritchie and Jonny Gray made their first appearance together for Scotland and celebrated by scoring a try apiece!)