D-2 before the semi-finals of the Champions Cup, European Rugby Cup. Defending champions Stade Toulouse will face La Rochelle last season (22-17) to advance to the second consecutive final. To this end, the stadium returns to its capital, Dublin, Ireland to challenge Leinster at Aviva Stadium, the immense setting of Irish selection.
So the stadium must sign for the 3rd consecutive victory against an Irish club After knocking out Ulster in the 16th round Monster a month ago, and after a legendary penalty win at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin last weekend. For this XXL clash between defending champions Red and Black, who have won five finals, the three-time winner of the competition, Irish and Stade Toulouse on Saturday requested 300 seats for its supporters in Ireland.
But Travel is expensive Between flight, hotel and on-site catering. In recent hours, a round trip on a plane costs at least 355 euros and a hotel room not far from the stadium costs as little as 219 euros. So I’m not sure there are a lot of Toulouse supporters. Travel with the exception of a few diehards like Dorian Tarox.
Dorian and his friends are going to be recognized Irish Grand Slam. I.e. the third consecutive trip to Ireland. In order not to inflate his budget, Dorian booked his trip before he even knew Rouge et Noir’s rival, so before prices went up!
For those living in Toulouse, note that there will eventually be Ernest-Wallen Stadium has no fan zone Since the Youth Tournament (u14) already has a Robert-Labette tournament, the club explains.
Leinster – Stade Toulouse, Kick-off Saturday at 4 p.m., French time. The full match will be played at 3:30 pm on France Blue Occitani.
Another Franco-French Semi-Final Racing 92 will take place the next day (Sunday at 4pm) against Stade Rochellez.
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