It will be necessary to travel a little to follow two matches of Racing 92 next spring. In April and May, the club will relocate two of its Top 14 matches away from its usual venue in Nanterre, Paris La Défense Arena. During the weekend of April 15 and 16 (the day and time of the match remain to be determined), Racing will head north and Lens. The match against Union Bordeaux Bègles will take place at the Bollaert-Delelis stadium in Lens, the usual home of RC Lens in Ligue 1. Last spring, the Champions Cup semi-final against La Rochelle (13-20).
That weekend, Paris La Défense Arena will be privatized for another event without anyone knowing who or why.
A month later, Racing 92 will play in Normandy. On May 13 or 14 (the day and time of the match also remain to be determined), for the penultimate day of the Top 14, the Stade Océane in Le Havre will host the match against Toulon. Racing already knows this stadium for having played there against the Irish of Leinster last December. This time, we know why La Défense Arena will not be available for rugby players. They will give way to the boss. Seven years after his last concert in France, Bruce Springsteen will take over the largest indoor venue in France for two evenings, May 13 and 15.
Information will be communicated shortly concerning the sale of tickets for these two Racing 92 matches away from its bases.