Leinster head down the road to Aviva Stadium for Champions Cup quarter

first_img Short URL 17,256 Views Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO By Ryan Bailey http://the42.ie/3201299 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 14 Comments Monday 23 Jan 2017, 9:35 PM Leinster beat Northampton at Lansdowne Road just before Christmas. Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHOcenter_img Leinster head down the road to Aviva Stadium for Champions Cup quarter with Wasps The big stage for the big occasion. Share9 Tweet Email1 Follow us: the42.ie Updated at 21.36THE AVIVA STADIUM will host Leinster’s Champions Cup quarter-final clash against Wasps on the last weekend of March, the province have confirmed this afternoon.Leo Cullen’s side finished top of Pool 4 to secure a passage through to the knock-out stages of the competition with English Premiership side Wasps now waiting in the next round.EPCR are due to confirm dates and kick-off times for the last eight ties later this week but it comes as no surprise that Leinster have decided to play their home quarter at the 50,000-seater venue.The Aviva Stadium has generally been a happy hunting ground for Leinster and this season the eastern province have recorded big wins over Munster in the Pro12 and Northampton in the Champions Cup pool stages at the venue.Leinster season ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets for the game from 10am tomorrow morning at a 15% discount until Wednesday 1 February.Tickets will then go on public sale on Tuesday 7 February.The game will also be live on BT Sport, with the broadcaster showing Leinster’s quarter and the clash between Clermont and Toulon. Sky Sports will show Munster’s meeting with Toulouse and Glasgow’s trip to Saracens.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Rassie Erasmus moves to dismiss link with Springbok jobUncapped players and Sexton’s fitness – 5 talking points from Schmidt’s Six Nations squad Jan 23rd 2017, 9:35 PM Leinster beat Northampton at Lansdowne Road just before Christmas. last_img read more