Rugby Europe Trophy. Poland to play Netherlands at the new city stadium in Łódź

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Rugby fans in Łódź can look forward to a special event which will take place at the recently completed city stadium at Al. Pilsudskiego 138 (Widzew Stadium). On the 8th of April, Poland will host the Netherlands as part of the Rugby Europe Trophy competition.

Following the start of the 2017 Rugby season in Poland last weekend, Rugby fans in Łódź and throughout Poland can already look forward to one of the season’s highlight. The Polish national rugby team will host the Netherlands at the newly built stadium at Al. Pilsudskiego 138 in Łódź.

The Rugby Europe Trophy is the second-level rugby union competition, one competition below the premier Championship. It consists of six teams from Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland and Ukraine. The six teams compete for the title, and a place in the Championship-Trophy promotion play-offs.

After three matches played, Poland is currently sitting in fourth place of the competition’s league table having won two out of three. With 14 points and three wins out of four matches, the Netherlands occupy the second spot of the table, trailing Portugal in first place.

The match between Poland and the Netherlands will kick-off at 18:00 on the 8th of April. Tickets for the encounter at the city stadium are available at 20 PLN (10 PLN reduced) and can be purchased via the kupbilet.pl website.

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