A crowd of 16,500 is ready to look at the British and Irish Lions’ warm-up match towards Japan at Murrayfield.
The sport in Edinburgh on 26 June (15:00 BST) would be the Lions’ first warm-up for the tour to South Africa.
The final worldwide rugby match attended by followers in Scotland was through the Six Nations in March 2020.
Japan’s go to will come 4 days after 12,000 followers watch Scotland’s soccer group host Croatia at Hampden of their ultimate Euro 2020 group sport.
Murrayfield has a capability of simply over 67,000, whereas its soccer equal in Glasgow holds a most of practically 52,000.
Plans to have 600 followers at soccer’s Scottish Cup ultimate on Saturday have been shelved after Glasgow remained within the authorities’s third tier of restrictions.
Lions managing director Ben Calveley stated: “It is going to be good to see a passionate crowd again at Murrayfield for what guarantees to be an outstanding sport of rugby.
“We’re very grateful to the Scottish authorities for its dedication and help to make sure this fixture can be seen by a reside viewers.”
Scotland nationwide scientific director Jason Leitch stated the match had been “rigorously thought-about by the Scottish authorities” and the capability would “be saved below overview”.
And Leitch defined: “This is identical course of used to set the capability for the Euros at Hampden and for different internationally vital occasions through the summer time.”