With one of the greatest rugby rivalries being played out at Scottish Gas Murrayfield this weekend, the city’s award-winning tramway offers the best way to travel to and from the stadium on matchday.

Scotland is set to take the field against France on Saturday, February 10, and Edinburgh Trams is planning to run extra services before and after the final whistle to ensure anyone heading for the game can make the most of this year’s Guinness Six Nations Championship.

What’s more, fans can benefit from the operator’s value-for-money rugby ticket options, which have already proved a success in previous international fixtures.

Priced at just £3.80 for adults and £1.90 for under 16s, tram return tickets can be purchased in advance from edinburghticket.com and downloaded onto a smart device to show Edinburgh Trams’ friendly staff.

Sarah Singh, the operator’s Head of Service Delivery, commented:

Over the next few weeks, people will be thrilled to see one of the most exciting annual competitions in the world of rugby, and with trams running across the city, they provide easy access to the stadium which is right next to Murrayfield tram stop.

As well as our rugby return tickets, groups travelling together can buy our Family Day Tripper ticket for only £8. This offer allows unlimited travel within the City Zone, for up to two adults and three children.

Following this weekend’s fixture, Scotland will then be looking to achieve another win over England on Saturday, February 24, and further information can be found here.