TITLE

Rugby chiefs target Nou Camp for European final

AUTHOR(S)
Liam Heagney
PUB. DATE
April 2015
SOURCE
Mail on Sunday;4/26/2015, p53
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
EUROPEAN Rugby chiefs are keen to stage future Champions Cup finals in football stadiums across Europe, including the Nou Camp in Barcelona. Previous plans to use the San Siro in Milan fell through, but EPCR interim chairman Paul McNaughton has revealed the initiative is still high on the agenda. Such amove would be geared towards boosting the competition's international profile and - with low ticket sales for next weekend's all-French encounter at Twickenham - Barcelona and Rome have also been identified as potential host cities.
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102255004

 

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