BT Murrayfield is one of the great sporting stadia of the world, the largest sports venue in Scotland and witness to many thrilling international rugby matches. It also hosts a variety of concerts, conferences and other sporting events.
BT Murrayfield is Scotland’s biggest stadium with a capacity of 67,144. Opened in 1925, the first match played here was Scotland’s momentous victory over England to win their first ever Grand Slam. As well as hosting major concerts from the Rolling Stone to Robbie Williams, Madonna, One Direction and Foo Fighters, BT Murrayfield has also welcomed the Highland Games athletes, the Harlem Globetrotters and the Pope.
If you are interested in visiting BT Murrayfield Stadium, you can book a guided stadium tour available from Monday to Saturday at 11am.
Behind the curtains of thrilling international and domestic games our knowledgeable SRU tour guides will take you through places in the Stadium that you would never otherwise get to see. You will have the chance to experience what the stadium looks like on a daily basis, the preparation for international matches and if you are lucky enough you will witness one of Edinburgh Rugby’s training session. A full guided tour lasts 1.30h and you will get to visit the Royal Box, BBC Studio, Bill McLaren Press Suite and Press Deck, Hospitality Suites, Team Tunnel, Scotland Changing Room and Pitchside.