Murrayfield Stadium Building, Scottish Rugby, Location, Picture, Phone, Architecture, Photo

Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh

Scottish Rugby Ground, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK – Building Information + Images

Murrayfield Stadium

Murrayfield Rugby Stadium

Structurally-expressive cauldron for Scotland’s home internationals

Photos of this Scottish rugby ground – exterior facade:
#Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh Building
photograph from Miller Partnership

Contact: 0131 346 5000

Tours: Guided stadium tours of approximately 75 minutes: stadiumtours@sru.org.uk

The Murrayfield ground was started in 1925 and the stadium building pictured above was completed in 1994. As well as Scottish Rugby Union games the building hosts concerts and at one point seemed destined to be Hearts FC temporary ground.

Scottish rugby ground – stands inside the arena:
Murrayfield Stadium Building, Edinburgh stands
photo from Miller Partnership

Murrayfield Stadium – Building Information

Location: just west of Edinburgh city centre
Capacity: 67,500 seats
Cost: £44m
Architect: Miller Partnership
Directions: the stadium lies to the west of the city, south off Corstorphine Rd
Closest railway station to the ground: Haymarket

Stadium pictures from Hearts FC v Barcelona FC game

Photos of this Scottish rugby ground – facade + roof:
Murrayfield Stadium building in Edinburgh - Scotland Rugby Ground by Miller Partnership Scottish Rugby Union
images from Miller Partnership

Address: Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 5PJ

Murrayfield Stadium building Edinburgh
image © Adrian Welch

Edinburgh Architecture

Another major Edinburgh sporting venue located close by to the south, on the other side of the Glasgow-Edinburgh railway line:

Hearts Stadium, Gorgie, West Edinburgh
Hearts Ground
photograph © Adrian Welch
Hearts Stadium
Tynecastle is the Heart of Midlothian football ground. Previously a new stadium by Italy’s Massimiliano Fuksas Architects had been proposed. Hearts FC had stated an intention to build a “top class European stadium”. The stadium capacity was due to increase from just 17,000 to 26,000.

Edinburgh Building – Selection

Jenners, Princes Street

Edinburgh Castle, Old Town

Scottish Parliament Building

Dynamic Earth Edinburgh

Murrayfield Building – Selection:

Murrayfield Avenue House

Murrayfield House

Murrayfield apartments

Another major Sports Venue in Edinburgh is Meadowbank Stadium
Meadowbank Stadium
photograph © Adrian Welch
Focused on Athletics

Sports Arena buildings designed by Miller Partnership:
Manchester United Stadium – football ground
Brit Oval London – cricket ground

Hearts New Stand – Football Ground Development in West Edinburgh

Murrayfield Stadium Architects : Miller Partnership

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