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Final Castres-Montpellier: embark with the supporters of the MHR in the direction of the Stade de France

Montpellier faces Castres this Friday, June 24 in the final of the Top 14 (8:45 p.m.) at the Stade de France and takes its supporters in its wake to try to win the first Brennus in its history. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this major event, from the Sud de France station to Saint-Denis.

First stop in Paris: Place de la Bastille

Montpellier supporters arrived at Gare de Lyon

The special train offered by the MHR, the Metropolis, the Department and the Region arrived as planned in Paris at 9:48 a.m. First meeting scheduled on the Place de la Bastille for MHR supporters.

#FinalTOP14 ud83cudfc9 The fan train of the @MHR_official arrived shortly before 10 a.m. at the Gare de Lyon. Different meeting points are planned throughout the day before joining the Stade de France in the afternoon. pic.twitter.com/yAQsHkWzqZ

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 24, 2022

Paris is getting closer, the atmosphere goes up a notch

#FinalTOP14 ? The bar wagon of the supporters’ train @MHR_official rises in temperature as the arrival in Paris is getting closer?? pic.twitter.com/f5YK4C1avC

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 24, 2022

Pascal Cances, former Montpellier scrum half, is on the trip to Paris

#FinalTOP14 ? Pascal Cances, former Montpellier scrum-half from the MRC era, who was present at the Stade de France for the first two finals of the @MHR_officialgives us his point of view on tonight’s match against the @CastresRugby. pic.twitter.com/TNzJf9xHkM

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 24, 2022

Early start for MHR supporters

The special train scheduled to allow Hérault supporters to reach the capital left as planned this Friday, June 24 at 6:33 a.m. from the Sud de France station to the Gare de Lyon.

#FinalTOP14 ? It is a little after 6 a.m. at the Gare Sud de France in Montpellier and the supporters of @MHR_official are boarding their train to Paris! Departure scheduled for 6:33 am! pic.twitter.com/fKcGFd6xrb

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 24, 2022

#FinalTOP14 ? The alarm clock was early but it is with optimism that the supporters of the @MHR_official take the direction of Paris for a day that promises to be long and intense! pic.twitter.com/Py6NEpiF22

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 24, 2022

The final on a giant screen in Montpellier

For fans who are not lucky enough to be able to make the trip to the Stade de France, a giant screen is planned on the Place de la Comédie to follow this final between Castres and Montpellier. The GGL Stadium brasserie also offers to follow the match on its terrace.

Read also: relive the trauma of 2018, where Castres defeats the favorite Montpellier in the final

Several appointments scheduled

Throughout the day, before the kick-off of the final at 8:45 p.m. at the Stade de France, various meetings will be followed. The MHR thus expects its supporters to pool bar, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, to meet up before the match. The Clapas’Cists also planned to pass by Place de la Bastille, before heading towards Rue Française.

Follow the press conferences and information about the final on viàOccitanie

Strike announced in Paris transport

Traffic in the capital’s transport should be very disrupted this Friday, June 24, the day of the Top 14 final, due to a drivers’ strike. Several sections could be impacted, even if the RER B, which serves the Stade de Franceshould work almost normally.

Read also: for the ex-Montpelliérain Didier Bès, the final, “it’s 50-50”

By train to the capital

After the mobilization of seven buses on Saturday June 18 to transport MHR supporters to Nice for the semi-final, it is this time by train that the Hérault public will be able to reach the capital. Departure scheduled for 6:33 a.m. from the station south of France. The trip is organized by the MHR, with the Métropole, the Department and the Region.

Read also: can the Montpellier residents get their first title of champion of France?

From Nice to Paris

Second at the end of the regular phase, the MHR won the right to play in the third championship final in its history after its success against Bordeaux-Bègles (19-10) in the half, in Nice, on Saturday June 18th.

Read also: relive the atmosphere of the semi-final in Nice with MHR supporters

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