Scotland World Cup ticket prices are the cheapest of the home nations

Scotland tickets for the Rugby World Cup in 2023 are the cheapest of all the home nations.

Scotland will face holders South Africa in Marseille in their opening Pool B game at the 2023 Rugby World Cup match.

The first tranche of the 2.6 million tickets available for the tournament in France will go on sale on March 15.

Fans who have registered to join the ‘2023 Family’ scheme by March 13 will be eligible to purchase ‘Follow My Team’ and ‘City’ packs as part of a pre-sale period that runs until April 5, with general sale beginning on April 6.

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Tickets for individual matches will go on sale in 2022 and will operate on a first come, first served basis.

The cost of attending all four of Scotland’s group matches ranges from €140 (£120) to €645 (£555). Gregor Townsend’s side have been drawn in Pool B alongside holders South Africa, Ireland and two qualifiers yet to be determined.

The prices compare favourably with England.The four-game package for their pool match ranges from €255 (£220) to €1,045 (£903).

For Wales, semi-finalists at the 2019 tournament in Japan, the costs start at €190 (£164) and are capped at €810 (£698).

Ireland prices range from €175 to €750.

Quarter-final tickets can be added on to the four group games.

Scotland kick off their campaign against South Africa in Marseille on September 10, then face an Asia/Pacific qualifier in Nice on September 28, a Europe 2 qualifier in Lille on September 30 and Ireland in Paris on October 7.

The 10th edition of the World Cup has been extended by one week to allow all teams at least five days preparation before pool matches. No games will be played on Mondays or Tuesdays.

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