EPCR and the Rugby Football Union (RFU) have announced that the finals of the Champions and Challenge Cups will be held at Twickenham with a limited number of spectators in attendance.
The final of the Challenge Cup will take place on Friday 21 May at 20:00, followed by the Champions Cup final on 22 May at 16:45. Each game is set to include 10 000 spectators.
Tickets for the finals will be on sale today (Friday, 30 April) at 17.00 (UK and Irish time), starting at £45, with details communicated through HeinekenChampionsCup.com.
RFU Chief Executive Officer and EPCR Board member, Bill Sweeney, said:
“We’re looking forward to seeing up to 10,000 fans back at Twickenham Stadium again for these EPCR finals and are delighted to be chosen to host the fixtures. This is an important opportunity for us to hold events as part of plans for the return of fans to stadia. We are working hard with EPCR and local authorities to put various measures in place to ensure the safety and well-being of all those attending each match.”
All spectators attending will be required to don face masks as well as read and sign up to a code of conduct before entering the stadium.