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Levy won't be happy!!:levywtf:


2023 Heineken Champions Cup final switched from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to Dublin's Aviva Stadium​

Dublin will now stage the showpiece events of the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup next year on May 19 and May 20 respectively.

Tournament organisers have acted due to complications caused by the Premier League finishing later than usual because of the 2022 football World Cup, as well as the 2023 Rugby World Cup altering the sport's European calendar.
 

Airfixx

Death to petro-murder-ball sports-washing.
Thank you. Was hoping that would be the case. I hope we do the same.

Haha I’m hoping we will win both . Part make up for the disgusting shambles of a season we have had.

Fingers crossed see you next season 🀞🏻

Any chance you can sack that fat cunt of a manger now you're safe?

That would be SO much banter!
 

Airfixx

Death to petro-murder-ball sports-washing.
Levy won't be happy!!:levywtf:


2023 Heineken Champions Cup final switched from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to Dublin's Aviva Stadium​

Dublin will now stage the showpiece events of the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup next year on May 19 and May 20 respectively.

Tournament organisers have acted due to complications caused by the Premier League finishing later than usual because of the 2022 football World Cup, as well as the 2023 Rugby World Cup altering the sport's European calendar.

Loss of earnings lawsuits incoming. :levystare:
 


Not sure why there is a cross party parliamentary committee, .......... but there is one.

Two games at Spurs stadium in October :

NFL International Series: There will be three games in London in 2022: Minnesota at New Orleans on October 2 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, New York Giants at Green Bay on October 9 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and Denver at Jacksonville on October 30 at Wembley Stadium. The league will also stage a game in Germany for the first time: Seattle at Tampa Bay at Munich's Allianz Arena on November 13. All four games are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. ET kickoffs.[53] The International Series will also return to Mexico on November 21, with San Francisco facing Arizona at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City for Monday Night Football.[54]
 
Levy won't be happy!!:levywtf:


2023 Heineken Champions Cup final switched from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to Dublin's Aviva Stadium​

Dublin will now stage the showpiece events of the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup next year on May 19 and May 20 respectively.

Tournament organisers have acted due to complications caused by the Premier League finishing later than usual because of the 2022 football World Cup, as well as the 2023 Rugby World Cup altering the sport's European calendar.
Is the pitch long enough for a decent rugby union in goal area? I remember seeing a Wasps match at QPR 20 odd years ago and it seemed VERY shallow. Maybe the length of the possible pitch area at WHL because of the massive stands means it's OK.

If it's good at WHL for Union I'd defo be up for a match there. Shame about the above.
 
Is the pitch long enough for a decent rugby union in goal area? I remember seeing a Wasps match at QPR 20 odd years ago and it seemed VERY shallow. Maybe the length of the possible pitch area at WHL because of the massive stands means it's OK.

If it's good at WHL for Union I'd defo be up for a match there. Shame about the above.
Should be able to fit it in, the length of the football pitch at the new ground is 105m. But the rugby will most probably be played on the astro pitch underneath that (Saracens play on an astro pitch at copthall). The length of a rugby union pitch is 100m with a minimum of 3m total of in goal area. Some extra space should be gained from losing the run off areas behind the goals and the slope away from the pitch.
 
Is the pitch long enough for a decent rugby union in goal area? I remember seeing a Wasps match at QPR 20 odd years ago and it seemed VERY shallow. Maybe the length of the possible pitch area at WHL because of the massive stands means it's OK.

If it's good at WHL for Union I'd defo be up for a match there. Shame about the above.
Already been one.

 
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