Main RSS Feed Forum RSS Feed


Next Fixture

No Upcoming Fixtures Available

Latest Poll

Caullie Lug 16/17

View Results

Log In

Forgot Password

View Article

News from the Fortress




 The biggest match between Edinburgh and Ulster at Murrayfield since the 2003 Celtic Cup Final will take place on Saturday 17 October (kick off 3.45pm) when Heineken Cup rugby retuns to EH12.

Edinburgh's bright start to the league season, confidence is high and the team is looking forward to the start of their Heineken Cup campaign. After finishing second in the Magners League, Edinburgh will want 2009/10 to be the season that they make a mark in Europe's premier competition.

Edinburgh open their season with an away trip to play French aristocrats Stade Francais, before starting their home campaign against Ulster on Saturday 17 October (kick off 3.45pm). To book your seats - call 0131 346 5180 NOW! Supporters are encouraged to buy tickets in advance and AnyGame vouchers (£15 instead of £20 for Adult admission when bought in advance).



 Edinburgh's Darknights will face their first Heineken Cup opponents on Saturday 17 October when Ulster travel to Murrayfield.

Can our heroic players continue their sparkling home form and earn a win against the 1999 European champions?

To mark the special occasion,
Edinburgh have produced a fun trailer for the match which underlines how this contest has all the traits of a Hollywood blockbuster.

With our points machine, Chris Paterson, kicking off the drama in the trailer it promises to be a special night of European rugby at the nation's biggest stadium.



 In the latest instalment of Edinburgh Rugby TV, metronomic goalkicker Chris Paterson explains how important the home supporters are to the players and that view is echoed by vice captain Allister Hogg.

Ulster match promises to be a special event in the Scottish sporting calendar and the biggest match between the two teams since the 2003 Celtic Cup Final when over 17,000 watched an epic clash at Murrayfield.

Remember to take advantage of our great value AnyGame vouchers for the match (£15 instead of £20 for Adult admission when purchased in advance). Call 0131 346 5180 .



 Ulster will bring an army of supporters to cheer on their team, but Edinburgh's crowds for their home games in 2009/10 have been loud and proud as they have turned out in numbers.

With the post match party one for all to enjoy in the President's Suite, an Edinburgh Rugby game day is great entertainment for the whole family. With your support, the team can push themselves even further and deliver the results we want.



 This season supporters of Edinburgh Rugby Club are being encouraged to buy into the new AnyGame vouchers and qualify for a discounted rate.

As a reward for showing commitment to attending
Edinburgh home matches, fans who purchase adult tickets in advance of the game can get £5 off the actual match ticket price.

Now, rather than paying £20 to watch Edinburgh perform this season, AnyGame voucher purchasers will gain admission for an Adult for just £15 (terms and conditions apply). Beat the queues, be flexible and save money - sign up for AnyGame vouchers!



You have been sent this ezine as an Edinburgh Rugby website registered user. If you do not wish to receive any further e-zines please log in to and change your preferences under the 'My Profile' link.

Edinburgh Rugby Club, Murrayfield, Edinburgh EH12 5PJ



Tickets are now on sale for the 2009 Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Tests at Murrayfield.  This November Scotland will face Fiji (Sat 14 November), Australia (Sat 21 November) and Argentina (Sat 28 Nov).

Buy your tickets now and get a Magners League Edinburgh v Glasgow festive derby FREE with every ticket £20 and above. Concessions apply.

Call 0844 335 3933 for tickets or purchase via your local rugby club and help them earn.

Scottish Rugby is the governing body for the sport of Rugby Union in Scotland.  It oversees all levels of the game from grassroots and schools, through youth, clubs, professional and representative teams, together with coaching, refereeing and volunteering.  Scottish Rugby administers and upholds the Laws of the Game in Scotland.  It runs domestic competitions and represents Scotland on the international stage.  Scottish Rugby owns and maintains Scotland’s largest stadium, Murrayfield, which as well as rugby, hosts a range of international sporting and entertainment events.  Scottish Rugby continues to develop the game at all levels throughout Scotland and aims to ensure that rugby is a sport for all.