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Pro14 Side Scarlets Stadium Falls Short Of Minimum Capacity For Champions Cup Match

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 23 / 18

Pro14 side Scarlets "may have to install temporary seating" at its ground for the Champions Cup quarterfinal against La Rochelle -- "or give up home advantage," according to Delme Parfitt of WALES ONLINE. Tournament rules stipulate that venues for the knockout stages "must offer a minimum 15,000 cap...

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