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Autumn Internationals Scotland update

2017 Autumn Internationals begin November

Autumn International Rugby Match Tickets 2017

The Autumn International rugby matches will return again in November 2017. Fans of the four British home unions that include England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales are anticipating the opportunity to see their favorite teams take on the best teams from the southern hemisphere. The 2017 end-of-year rugby union internationals, also known as the 2017 Autumn Internationals in the Northern Hemisphere, will be a series of international rugby union matches predominantly played between the visiting Southern Hemisphere countries: Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and the European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Watch top rugby players the likes of S Hogg (Scotland); I Dagg (New Zealand), J Joseph (England), O Farrell (England), J May (England); B Barrett (New Zealand); C Murray (Ireland); M Vunipola (England), D Coles (New Zealand), T Furlong (Ireland), B Retallick (New Zealand), D Toner (Ireland), CJ Stander (Ireland), J Tipuric (Wales), B Vunipola (England) in live action in the upcoming Autumn Internationals! Buy authentic, legal, guaranteed Autumn Internationals tickets from LiveRugbyTickets.co.uk!

Scotland Rugby News

Scotland back-rows Ryan Wilson and Magnus Bradbury have been confirmed as captains for Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby respectively. News of Bradbury's appointment came as Edinburgh Rugby prepared for their opening fixture in the Guinness PRO14, while the appointment of 28-year-old Wilson came at the championship launch on 23 August, the same day Bradbury turned 22. Both new captains are key to their side's fortunes this season, although both new captains are at very different stages in their careers, with different challenges in their futures. Head Coach Dave Rennie’s Glasgow side are seeking to repeat and surpass the club's first effort into the knockout rounds of the European Champions Cup last season, and also secure a return to the PRO14 play-offs. Edinburgh are expecting an improved season under a new Head Coach, Richard Cockerill, as they look to develop their young crop that's capable of climbing back into the top tier of the European competition. The following are remarks by former Scotland and Edinburgh Rugby captain, and national team record points' scorer, Chris Paterson:

Magnus Bradbury (22)
Edinburgh Rugby
Position: Back-row (6/8)
DOB: 23/08/1995
Test caps: 2v Club appearances: 31
Club tries: 6
Height: 6'4" (1.93m)
Weight: 114kg
Key characteristics:
Ball carrying

The young back-row put pen to paper on a three year deal back in December that starts from this summer, so he's in it for the long haul, with all the hallmarks of a club stalwart in the making. "Magnus is a real workhorse. When people say workhorse they think it's just the straight up and down stuff but I don't mean that at all. He will always put his hand up to carry, he is so brave and determined, and every time he carries it's to the maximum,” said Paterson. "He uses his footwork, bursts tackles, offloads and is very rarely stopped in the first tackle. That's because of how hard he runs and how powerful he is but also how clever he is with his feet, which he's worked on really hard. He's captained before at a younger age and I think it's a brilliant statement and appointment in terms of the stage of a career that he's in and the makeup of Edinburgh at the moment. He will not take a backward step. "The fact that he has his future at the club secured and ahead of him is important and will no doubt be in the thoughts of the club. It'll be a big lift to the number of quality young players coming through at the club,” continued Patterson. "For so long the captain has been one of the older guys and there's a possibility that, subconsciously, you can be reserved as a leader when you're younger because you can feel inferior to the older guys in the squad - whereas the message here is that it doesn't matter how old you are, if you've got the raw materials, the intelligence and the power within the group and in the game to be captain then you can achieve that.

"That will inspire the other young players to say 'you know what, we're really important to this team', while the older players will do that anyway, they have natural ability and are natural leaders, while maybe some who aren't might think 'right, well there's a young guy captain, I could do that or I could contribute more'. So it may also inspire the older guys to be more conscious of their responsibilities," added Patterson. "I want to build this squad around the young players, and we've got some good senior players but Magnus is on a long-term contract. He's a local man who wants to play for the club,” said Rickard Cockerill. “Part of this is about developing leadership around a young man who has committed to the club and building for the future. We have to create some foundations for the club, and making sure young Scottish guys are in the team. Some captains lead by what they say and some lead by their actions. Magnus is probably more the latter. He leads well by how he behaves professionally and how he plays. There will be other leaders alongside him – nines, 10s, 12s and lineout callers – but Magnus leads the team on to the field. The senior group all agreed that this was a good choice, that Magnus will be a good leader, and that it’s the best thing for the club moving forward. I thought Magnus was the right person within the group and the group’s dynamic.”

Ryan Wilson (28)
Glasgow Warriors
Position: Back-row (6/7/8)
DOB: 18/05/1989
Test caps: 30
Club appearances: 127
Club tries: 5
Height: 6'4" (1.93m)
Key characteristics:
Speed / Agility
Passing / link-play

Wilson arrived at the Glasgow Warriors in the summer of 2010 and went on to become a key member of the playing squad, helping the club to a first Guinness PRO12 title in the 2014/15 season. To date, he has appeared for the club on 127 occasions, having made his 100th appearance against Edinburgh in January 2016. Having played a part in each of Scotland’s pool matches at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, he was then involved in Scotland’s most successful Six Nations campaign for a decade in 2017, as well as starting in the memorable 24-19 victory over Australia in Sydney earlier this summer. Known for his all-action approach to the game, the back rower has become a regular in the Scotland set-up, winning 30 caps since his debut against Wales in 2013. "I think Wilson is a brilliant player and a really good choice as captain,” said Paterson. "The responsibility he has at Glasgow is huge. He's like a guardian of the club, certainly off the field. He has this brilliant ability to protect what Glasgow's about, by behaving the right way at the right time. He's a massive presence and for me the way he plays is exceptional as well - very dynamic, great ball-carrier and over the years he has always been involved in the big games. There's so much competition in the back-row, so many good players with different merits yet, come the big games, he's always in the mix and has had a big game in those big games. I think it's because he can play in all three loose forward positions, he carries hard, is evasive, he's determined, is aggressive and will not let an opposition player relax.

"He also has a passing ability that suits the way Glasgow play. For me that's what sets him apart from other back-rowers, he passes as well as most backs and is comfortable in the back field, launching counterattacks and giving long passes,” continued Patterson. "He's captained Glasgow before and I think his presence is exactly what is needs to be. What a captain needs, he's got." "I've met Ryan two or three times over the last year and I've watched him train and I've watched him operate within the group and I believe he's an excellent choice.” Said Dave Rennie. "He was part of the leadership group last season and even in my short time here so far he speaks really well and is demanding. Ryan has a real ability to challenge others, but also put an arm around those who need it and I think that is a really rare quality. We'll still have a strong leadership group supporting Ryan and the guys who captained last season (Jonny Gray and Henry Pyrgos) will both have a big part to play from a leadership point of view." Watch Scotland compete in the upcoming Autumn Internationals!

Scotland Autumn Internationals tickets

Scotland will play three Autumn International matches at the BT Murrayfield Stadium in November 2017. Scotland's opponents will be Samoa (11 Nov), New Zealand (18 Nov) and Australia (25 Nov).
Scotland v Samoa tickets, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Saturday 11th November 2017
Scotland v New Zealand tickets, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Saturday 18th November 2017 
Scotland v Australia tickets, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Saturday 25th November 2017 

Autumn Internationals 2017 Fixtures

Saturday 4th November 2017
Barbarians v New Zealand, Twickenham Stadium, London
Japan v Australia, International Stadium, Yokohama

Saturday 11th November 2017
Scotland v Samoa, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
England v Argentina, Twickenham Stadium, London
Wales v Australia, Principality Stadium, Cardiff 
Ireland v South Africa, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 
France v New Zealand, Stade de France, Paris 
Italy v Tier 2 Nation, Venue

Saturday 18th November 2017
Italy v Argentina, Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence 
Wales v Georgia, Principality Stadium, Cardiff 
England v Australia, Twickenham Stadium, London 
Scotland v New Zealand, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 
Ireland v Fiji, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 
France v South Africa, Stade de France, Paris 

Saturday 25th November 2017
Italy v South Africa, Stadio Euganeo, Padova 
Scotland v Australia, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 
England v Samoa, Twickenham Stadium, London 
Wales v New Zealand, Principality Stadium, Cardiff 
Ireland v Argentina, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 
France v Japan, Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille 

Saturday 2nd December 2017
Wales v South Africa, Principality Stadium, Cardiff 

British Autumn Internationals Wales, England, Scotland, Ireland fixtures and tickets

Wales Autumn Internationals tickets - Under Armour Series tickets

Wales will play four Autumn International matches at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff during the Under Armour Series in November & December 2017. Wales' opponents will be Australia (11 Nov), Georgia (18 Nov), New Zealand (25 Nov) and South Africa (2 Dec). Buy Wales Autumn Internationals tickets at cheap prices now from LiveRugbyTickets.co.uk!

Wales v Australia tickets, Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 11th November 2017
Wales v Georgia tickets, Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 18th November 2017
Wales v New Zealand tickets, Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 25th November 2017
Wales v South Africa tickets, Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 2nd December 2017

England Autumn Internationals tickets

England will play three Autumn International matches at Twickenham during the Old Mutual Wealth Series in November 2017. England's opponents will be Argentina (11 Nov), Australia (18 Nov) and Samoa (25 Nov). Buy England Autumn Internationals tickets now online from LiveRugbyTickets.co.uk!
England v Argentina tickets, Twickenham Stadium, London
Saturday 11th November 2017 
England v Australia tickets, Twickenham Stadium, London
Saturday 18th November 2017 
England v Samoa tickets, Twickenham Stadium, London
Saturday 25th November 2017

Ireland Autumn Internationals tickets - Guinness Series tickets

Ireland will play three Autumn International matches at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin during the Guinness Series in November 2017. Ireland's opponents will be South Africa (11 Nov), Fiji (18 Nov) and Argentina (25 Nov). Buy Ireland Autumn Internationals tickets now online from LiveRugbyTickets.co.uk!
Ireland v South Africa tickets,  Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Saturday 11th November 2017 
Ireland v Fiji tickets, Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Saturday 18th November 2017 
Ireland v Argentina tickets, Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Saturday 25th November 2017 

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Barbarians FC Autumn Internationals tickets

The Barbarians will go face to face against the New Zealand All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday 4th November in celebration of the NZRU's 125th anniversary. Buy tickets for the Barbarians v New Zealand match.


The Autumn Internationals 2017 or End of Year Tests feature the best rugby teams in the world versus England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, France, and Italy. England has won the previous edition of this tournament and will do everything to keep the trophy at their side. Buy your Autumn Internationals tickets before we ran out of them. Autumn Internationals 2017 are one of the top events of the rugby and sporting calendar. Watch elite rugby players playing for the biggest clubs in the world. Don’t miss the upcoming fiercely contested clashes between arch rivals. Buy Autumn International 2017 tickets now! The 2017 end of year rugby tests, also known as the 2017 Autumn internationals in the northern hemisphere, is a series of international rugby union matches played between the visiting Southern Hemisphere countries, New Zealand, Australia and the sides including Argentina.

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