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Newcastle Lodges Bids To Host European Champions Cup, Challenge Cup Finals In '18

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 06 / 16

The "two biggest games in European club rugby" could be coming to Newcastle in '18 after the city lodged its bid for the European Champions Cup and Challenge Cup finals, according to Scott Wilson of THE NORTHERN ECHO. If the bid is successful, the Champions Cup final in May '18 will be staged a...

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