If you want to see the CAB in the play-offs, you will have to hurry


Credit : Stéphane Jacquemin

If you were planning to attend the next CAB match, you’ll have to hurry. Before the jump-off on Friday in Béziers, there are only 900 tickets left available. Monday May 20, the first sales day organized by the CAB and reserved for subscribers was a huge success: 1,100 of the 2,000 places were sold. This morning, the sale opens to the general public: it takes place on the stadium side of the store. Prices range between 10 and 30 euros, buses are also chartered by the club at a price of 30 euros for a return trip.


On the field side now, Mathis Ferté should be absent on Friday. The Corrèze winger went out against Biarritz last Friday on concussion protocol. Uncertainty also prevails over the presence of Stuart Olding, injured in his finger and absent this Monday from training. This Tuesday, May 21, is an off day for the CAB, training will resume tomorrow, Wednesday.


With more than 1,300,000 spectators, this Pro D2 season recorded a historic attendance record in the stadiums. Brive is on the podium and even in 2nd place for the best attendances with 8,622 spectators on average. Vannes is in pole position with 10,600 spectators on average per match. Grenoble is 3rd with an average of almost 8,000 spectators.



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