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The Perfect Match - Scottish Citylink and Scottish Rugby

The Perfect MatchScottish Citylink, Scotland’s premier coach company, has teamed up with Scottish Rugby, the driving force behind the sport in Scotland, to introduce a reduced priced match-day travel ticket for all supporters visiting Murrayfield Stadium.

The ‘Sportslink’ ticket initiative will encourage supporters to enjoy a great day out, without the expense of petrol and parking, whilst saving them the time and hassle of driving too and from the ground.

With stadium parking space at a premium it’s also hoped that the ‘Sportslink’ ticket will have an impact on excessive congestion around the stadium.

Many of Citylink’s state-of-the-art vehicles are fitted with air-conditioning, toilets and have special lifts for wheelchair passengers, making travel not only affordable, reliable and clean, but fully accessible.

Supporters on the 900 service between Glasgow and Edinburgh can alight at the Murrayfield stop on Corstorphine Road. Supporters arriving from other destinations, to Edinburgh, will then be able to catch shuttle bus/coach services to and from the stadium’s Corstorphine Road stop.

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