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European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) Hospitality Packages in 2024

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European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) Finals Weekend – Friday 24th  May – Saturday 25th May 2024

The European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) showpiece Finals weekend will be held at  Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in May 2024.

The Finals weekend features leading European club rugby teams competing in The Heineken Champions Cup and the EPCR Challenge Cup Finals

The 2024 Finals Weekend includes:

  • Heineken Champions Cup – Saturday, 25th May 2024
  • EPCR Challenge Cup – Friday 24th May 2024.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will host the  Heineken Champions Cup and EPCR Challenge Cup as it is now becoming a favoured stadium for rugby events. The stadium has previously hosted Saracens home matches and the international clash between the Barbarians and an All Blacks XV as well as the 2022 Rugby League Challenge Cup Final.

The European Professional Club Rugby, better known as the EPCR, is the governing body that oversees and runs the Heineken Champions Cup and the EPCR Challenge Cup. The organisation itself has its headquarters based in Lausanne in Switzerland. Founded in 2014, the organisation’s original headquarters were based in Neuchâtel.

Originally, it was the European Rugby Cup Limited (ERC) that oversaw these two competitions since it’s inception in 1995. The organisation remained in control until the EPCR took over almost 20 years later.

Speaking of the Heineken Champion Cup and the Challenge Cup, the finals of both of these prestigious competitions will be taking place at the 62,850 capacity Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2024. The EPCR Challenge Cup Final will take place first on Friday 24th May, followed by the Champions Cup Final on Saturday 24th May 2024.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which opened on 3rd April 2019, will host both finals. Previous iconic stadia in the UK to host these tournaments include Twickenham, the Millennium Stadium, the Aviva Stadium and St. James’ Park in Newcastle.

Founded in 1996, the EPCR Challenge Cup is a European Competition which sees 18 of Europe’s best teams go head to head. The first four finals were won by French teams. English dominance then followed between 2000 and 2006, with Sale, Harlequins and Gloucester all winning the title.

Clermont and Harlequins are the joint most successful clubs in the history of the Challenge Cup with 3 wins each. Clermont won in 1998/99, 2006/07 and 2018/19, whereas Harlequins tasted success in 2000/01, 2003/04 and 2010/11.

The Heineken Champions Cup began in 1995, and is one of the most prestigious competitions in European Rugby. Toulouse played Cardiff RFC in the first final, and it was the French side who triumphed 21 – 18 after extra time. English sides dominated between 1999 – 2004 with the Northampton Saints and the London Wasps and the Leicester Tigers winning the title at least once.

Toulouse is the most successful  side in the history of the Champions Cup with 5 wins (1995/96, 2002/03, 2004/05, 2009/10 & 2020/21). Leinster and Saracens are close behind with 4 and 3 wins respectively.

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