Video. European Cup: The match between Stade Toulouse and Munster moved to Dublin due to a concert?

Video.  European Cup: The match between Stade Toulouse and Munster moved to Dublin due to a concert?

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On the weekends of May 6 and 7, Stade Toulouse will travel to Ireland to face Munster in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup. The match could be moved to the Irish capital, as singer Ed Sheeran’s concert was being held at Limerick Stadium that day.

On Saturday, April 17, ToulScience achieved this feat by winning by seven points on Ulster soil after losing at home. In the quarter-finals, Rouge et Noir will face the Irish from Munster. The match, scheduled for the weekends of May 6 and 7 in Limerick, will eventually be moved to the Irish capital, Dublin. A decision that had nothing to do with the athlete, but because British singer Ed Sheeran was performing at the Munster Stadium in Limerick at the time.

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European Cup: Toulouse Impossible! Stade defeated Ulster to advance to the quarterfinals

If confirmed, the Stade Toulouse matches will be played in large stadiums for rugby, in Velodrome (67,000 seats) for facing Toulon, and for the stadium (33,000 seats) for La Rochelle’s reception in Dublin. Monster.

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