USAP dam – Stade Montois: 2,500 places allocated to the Catalan club, the ticket office opens this Wednesday, June 8

Sunday, June 12 at 5:45 p.m., USAP will face Stade Montois, loser of the Pro D2 final. This match, played at Mont-de-Marsan, is the last chance for the Catalans to stay in the Top 14 next season. Only 2,500 places have been allocated to Catalan supporters.

Sunday at 5:45 p.m., USAP will play its last chance to stay in the Top 14 by facing Stade Montois, loser of the Pro D2 final, at the Guy et André Boniface stadium in Mont-de-Marsan. A duel that will frustrate Catalan supporters.

Indeed, only 2,500 places have been allocated to the club. “We will distribute them equally between subscribers, fan clubs and partnerssays Bruno Rolland, Director General of USAP. We therefore risk not having a reservoir of places that we could put up for sale. For the rest, you will have to turn to the Mons ticket office“. Not easy in the face of the craze in the Landes.

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In Mont-de-Marsan, 12,350 places, including 5,293 weighing

Subscribers will receive an email this Tuesday, June 7 in the afternoon explaining the procedure to follow to obtain their sesame (two places maximum). Supporters’ clubs will be contacted directly. The place quota of each penya will be determined by the number of its members. As for the partners, they will be contacted by the club’s sales department.

The Guy and André Boniface stadium has a particular configuration because it has many weighing facilities. Its total capacity is 12,350 places, of which 5,293 are weighing spaces. “This time is really the last. We hope the fans will be behind us. Playing at Mont-de-Marsan on a Sunday at 5:45 p.m. is not ideal when you have to drive 4 hours. But our aficionados have already proven to us in the past that they know how to be present in the important moments.“, emphasizes Bruno Rolland.

For those unable to make the trip, the match will normally be broadcast live on Canal + and live on

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