Matchday Information 2021/22
We look forward to welcoming you to the DAM Health Stadium.
Travelling to the DAM Health Stadium
We recommend supporters travel on foot or by public transport wherever possible. If travelling to the game on public transport, please remember to follow their guidence on face coverings.
Travelling by Tram
Edinburgh Trams runs a fast, frequent service to the entrance of the stadium from locations such as Edinburgh Airport, Ingliston Park and Ride, Edinburgh Gateway and Haymarket. Alight from the Murrayfield Stop.
Tickets must be purchased prior to boarding trams using the ticket vending machines at trams stops or on the Transport for Edinburgh App.
Advice on travelling by Tram can be found at edinburghtrams.com
Travelling by Bus
The following services pass close to the stadium:
1, 2, 22, 30 at Westfield Road
3, 25, 33, 38 at Gorgie Road
12, 26, 31 at Corstorphine Road
Airlink: 100 at Corstorphine Road
First Bus: 21A, 22, 38, 38A at Corstorphine Road
Scottish Citylink: 900 at Corstorphine Road
Full details of services can be found at www.lothianbuses.com.
Season Ticket Members: We cannot currently offer parking for Season Ticket Members. This is constantly under review.
Supporters: There is no parking available for general supporters.
Blue Badge Parking
There are a number of Blue Badge parking spaces available for wheelchair and accessible ticket holders. Parking for Blue Badge holders will be in Saughtonhall Car Park on matchday and access will be via Saughtonhall Bridge
Blue Badge parking MUST be PRE-BOOKED. To book a space email [email protected].
Bicycle parking is now available at Edinburgh Rugby matches.
Please access the ground as normal, through either the East/West link off Roseburn Street or at Gate D, which is accessed across the Riversdale Bridge (off Riversdale Crescent).
Bikes can then be walked through the stadium estate to the boundary fence at Baird Bridge as identified on the map.
Please note, Edinburgh Rugby takes no responsibility for theft or damage to bikes left at this location.
Matchday Information & FAQs
Arriving at the Stadium
Turnstiles will open at 11am (1.5 hours before kick-off).
Access to the stadium is via the East/West Link (near the Murrayfield Tram stop) and through Saughtonhall Car Park (via Riversdale Bridge). Not Saughtonhall Bridge which is for vehicle access only.
Please avoid bringing a bag to the game if possible. An A5 bag is the maximum size permitted at the DAM Health Stadium and all bags will be searched before entry.
Bags larger than A5 size will not be permitted. There will be no bag drop facilities.
The only exceptions are bags required for health reasons (including parents with young children). We assume no responsibility for bags in venue.
There is a max 500ml limit for liquids being brought in to the ground, and the products must be sealed
Unless you have health or childcare requirements plan ahead and leave your bags at home, in your hotel, in your car, on the coach or at one of 13 bag-drop/left luggage facilities across Edinburgh (web links listed below).
As all bags will be searched (medical and childcare exemptions apply) so allow plenty of time to get to your seats ahead of kick-off.
The DAM Health Stadium is a cashless stadium – payments can only be made by card.
Scottish Rugby Store
The Scottish Rugby Store is fully stocked with the 2021/22 replica kits and leisurewear. With a 30% off sale currently running, now is the perfect time to pick up your stash!
You can also visit the Scottish Rugby Store online to get your favourite items.
If you lose any property within the ground, please contact the nearest steward. If you discover the loss after the game, please send a description of the item and your seat details to [email protected].
We will not be producing physical matchday programmes for supporters this season.
Season Ticket Members, Castle Club Members and Founders Club Members will all be sent a link to a digital matchday programme ahead of our home fixtures.
If you wish to purchase a physical programme, these will be available following fixtures on Curtis Sport: https://www.curtis-sport.com/edinburgh-rugby
The Clubhouse is located in the Thistle Suite, accessed via the main reception of BT Murrayfield. It will be open both pre and post-match.
There are plenty of spots around the DAM Health Stadium Fanzone where you can quench your thirst or satisfy your hunger on the match day.
We cater to wide range of dietary requirements including vegetarian and vegan.
Both draught and canned beverages can be bought at the Container Bar pouring Tennent’s Lager, Caledonia Best & GUINNESS in a recyclable pint cup. We also offer Magners Cider, Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer (Original and Raspberry), Ossian Golder Ale along with Gin & Tonic, White and Red Wine. A selection of soft drinks are also on offer, including, Coca-cola, IRN-BRU, IRN-BRU Xtra and Strathmore Still Water.
Get your food and drink from one of the spots below:
- Damo's Coffee
- Fish and chips
- Spanish churros and coffee
- Burger and fries
- Ice Cream and Cookie Dough
Ticket delivery / collections
Ticket delivery: All match tickets will be emailed to purchasers no later than 48 hours before the match. Please contact email@example.com if you have not received your match ticket(s) or have a ticket enquiry.
Season tickets: Members should now have received their Season Tickets, if you haven't please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I buy tickets on the day?
Yes. Tickets will be available to purchase online right up until the game - e-tickets will automatically be sent to you at the time of purchase and can be scanned on your phone. You can also walk up and buy at the gate but we strongly encourage people to purchase their tickets online, as there are a limited number of staff in the ticket office.
Please do not attend the game if you;
- Have tested positive for Covid-19 in the 10 days prior to the match
- Have been asked to self-isolate by Test & Protect or another Contact Tracing agency as a result of being a close contact of someone who has tested positive for Covid-19
- Are quarantining after returning from a foreign country.
- Feel generally unwell (with symptoms including but not limited to - fever, cough, change or loss of sense of taste / smell, sore throat, headache, runny nose, fatigue). If this happens, self-isolate and book a PCR test.