Glasgow date in Europe announced


Dragons will face Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun Stadium in the last 16 of the EPCR Challenge Cup on Saturday, April 1 (kick-off 5.30pm).

The Men of Gwent booked a place in the knockout stages last weekend and now have confirmed details for the trip to Scotland at the start of April.

The game will be shown live on Viaplay. Full ticketing details will be released in due course.

EPCR CHALLENGE CUP – Round of 16 (Pool stage rankings in brackets – all kick-offs local times)

Friday 31 March

Match 4: Bristol Bears (A4) v ASM Clermont Auvergne (HCC9), Ashton Gate (20.00) Viaplay-Premier Sports / beIN SPORTS

Match 8: Scarlets (B1) v CA Brive (A6), Parc y Scarlets (20.00) S4C / beIN SPORTS

Saturday 1 April

Match 1: RC Toulon (A1) v Toyota Cheetahs (B6), Stade Félix Mayol (13.30) France TV / beIN SPORTS / SuperSport / Viaplay-Premier Sports

Match 5: Stade Francais Paris (B4) v Lyon (HCC9), Stade Jean Bouin (16.00) beIN SPORTS

Match 7: Benetton Rugby (B2) v Connacht Rugby (A5), Stadio di Monigo (16.00) epcrugby.tv

Match 2: Glasgow Warriors (A2) v Dragons RFC (B5), Scotstoun (17.30) Viaplay-Premier Sports

Match 6: Emirates Lions (B3) v Racing 92 (HCC10), Emirates Airline Park (18.30) SuperSport / beIN SPORTS / Viaplay-Premier Sports

Match 3: Cardiff Rugby (A3) v Sale Sharks (HCC10), Cardiff Arms Park (20.00) S4C / BT Sport


Quarter-finals – 7/8/9 April

  • QF 1: Winner Match 1 v Winner Match 5
  • QF 2: Winner Match 7 v Winner Match 3
  • QF 3: Winner Match 2 v Winner Match 6
  • QF 4: Winner Match 8 v Winner Match 4

NB The highest-ranked clubs from the pool stage will have home advantage

Semi-finals – 28/29/30 April

  • SF 1: winner QF 1 v winner QF
  • 2 SF 2: winner QF 3 v winner QF 4

NB The matches will be played in Europe and the highest-ranked clubs from the pool stage will have home venue advantage

2023 EPCR Challenge Cup final:

Friday 19 May; Aviva Stadium, Dublin

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