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The Full PRO14 Fixture List For The 2017/18 Season Has Just Been Announced

The full Pro14 fixture list has today been revealed on Pro14’s official website, with eager fans now knowing how their teams’ fixtures will pan out. The ground-breaking new format will see two South African teams join the twelve Irish, Welsh, Scottish and Italian teams, with the fourteen teams divided into two conferences of seven. Ulster kick-off the revamped tournament on …

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The RFU Could Be Changing The Name Of Twickenham Stadium

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 06: A general view of Twickenham Stadium on July 6, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Twickenham remains the only national rugby stadium in Ireland and Britain to not have sold its naming rights. The Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Principality Stadium in Wales and BT Murrayfield in Scotland have all been sponsored, and it appears that England may follow suit. Speaking to the Guardian, CEO of the RFU Ian Ritchie said that the union would be …

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The Millennium Stadium Is No More

Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium is set to undergo a name change. One of rugby’s most iconic grounds is set to undergo a name change, with the Millennium Stadium to become known as the Principality Stadium at the turn of the year. The name change is part of a ten year naming rights agreement with the Principality Building Society and will see Wales’ game with Scotland …

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