The Information below has been received from Scottish Rugby regarding collection of tickets for the Italy v Scotland game on 12 march 2022

Important Information

Please take time to read the below information fully:

  • All tickets will be distributed digitally by the FIR closer to the match.
  • A maximum of 10 tickets will be emailed directly to the lead purchaser. Tickets will have each ticket holder's name printed on their ticket and must be forwarded on to each ticket holder so the ticket can be presented on arrival at turnstiles alongside proof of ID.
  • Ticket Holders must bring photo ID to match the name (passport).
  • Ticket Holders must also bring proof of double vaccination, or a negative lateral flow or PCR taken within 72 hours of kick off.
  • If a name change is required this can be done once the ticket has been received and must be done through the official website and selecting 'change user' from the main menu.

Matchday Guidance 

  • Please be advised Covid Passes will be scanned by stewards on arrival and the most recent pass must be the one scanned (e.g the booster QR codes for those who have 3 jabs)
  • There will then be a manual check to ensure the name and D.O.B on the ticket matches the name on the passport.
  • Small bags are permitted on site but are subject to being searched at the security area. We expect there to be multiple security checks (Before and after the turnstiles).

 

Matchday is expected to be very busy at the stadium, with large queues at the main South entrances (Curva Sud, Tribuna Tevere Sud, Distinti Sud etc) as you approach the Stadio Olimpico from Central Rome.

We advise supporters to use The North entrances (Curva Nord, Tribuna Tevere Nord etc) whilst these are a little further walk round the far side of the stadium, they’re expected to be much quieter.

Given the multiple checks required we expect there to be queues at the covid pass checks, please allow adequate time when planning your arrival on matchday and have all documentation ready with the Covid passes especially being on mobile phones as they will be directly scanned.