Match-Day Guide | Ireland vs. Scotland

Match-Day Guide | Ireland vs. Scotland

24 days ago

Fixture News

Ireland will take on Scotland in the final Round of the TikTok Women's Six Nations on Saturday.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of the game…

Match Details

🤝 Ireland vs. Scotland

🗓 Saturday 30 April, 8pm

🏟 Kingspan Stadium

🏆 TikTok Women’s Six Nations Championship, Round 5

📺 Live on BBC Two NI, BBC Scotland & RTÉ 2


Match tickets are still available via the link below. Note that all tickets must be pre-purchased online as none will be available at the turnstiles.


Referee: Maggie Cogger-Orr (NZR)

Assistant Referee 1: Clara Munarini (FIR)

Assistant Referee 2: Francesca Martin (WRU)

TMO: Ian Tempest (RFU)

Team News
Last Ireland home game

Ireland defeated Italy 29-8 at Musgrave Park on 10 April, with Ulster hooker, Neve Jones scoring her first international try. Watch the extended highlights below:

COVID-19 - Reduce the risk

First and foremost, please do not travel to Kingspan Stadium if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.

In line with the latest NI Executive guidance, it is strongly recommended that supporters wear face coverings when indoors. Please also make use of the hand sanitisation stations located throughout the stadium and be distance-aware and respectful of others.
Public Transport

A free Park & Ride bus will operate continually from 6pm from Montgomery Road (alight at Mount Merrion Avenue). These will return from the same locations after final whistle.

What's on at Kingspan Stadium

Fan Zone

  • The Kingspan Stadium Fan Zone will be up and running from gates open at 6pm.
  • The Cool FM Crew will provide the pre-match soundtrack alongside live music from local artists James Devlin & Ryan Boyle, as supporters warm up for the game.
  • Arrive early to pick up a fan flag or make some noise with a fan clapper.
  • The Ulster Rugby Kukri Store will be open from gates open until 30 minutes post-match.
  • The Food Village, Kukri Store and public bars all accept contactless or cashless payments.

Stadium Bars

  • The Scrum & Clubhouse bars will be in operation from gates open.
  • From 7pm pop into the Clubhouse Bar where Guinness will host a preview of the event with three legends from Irish Rugby, Andrew Trimble, Anna Caplice and Alison Miller.
  • Drinks can be consumed inside the public bars, within the Fan Zone or in your seats / terrace.
  • For supporters in the A&L Goodbody Premium Lounge, The String Ninjas will be providing the live entertainment and food will be served from 6.45-7.45pm.


  • At half-time, the U12 rugby teams from Ballymoney, Banbridge, Enniskillen and Monaghan will take part in an exhibition game on the pitch.
  • Cool FM’s Pete Snodden will also be chatting to captain of the Deloitte Ulster Senior Women’s team, Beth Cregan on the pitch.

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