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Re: Clermont Away

Postby HwoodMike2umate » Thu Dec 08, 2016 2:01 pm

Tribune Auvergne Central. Section 3 Row 25 seats 148-155.
Anyone near us?
Leave Paris Bercy on the 9am train on the Saturday.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Neill_M » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:18 am

Other games for R4 (French Time):

Fri 16th Dec 8:45pm Glasgow v R92
Sat 17th Dec 2pm UBB v Exeter
Sat 17th Dec 4:15pm Tigers v >TLGH
Sat 17th Dec 4:15pm ST v Zebre
Sat 17th Dec 6:30pm Westies v Wasps
Sat 17th Dec 8:45pm :mexican: v Saints
Sun 18th Dec 2pm Scaaarlets v RCT
Sun 18th Dec 2pm CO v MHR
Sun 18th Dec 6:30pm Sale v Saracens

Café Pascal in the Place De La Victoire should be showing all of the above, the Saturday line is really good :D Looking forward to heading to the Auvergne, they are a great bunch of lads!
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby UlsterAreBrill » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:31 am

Will be interesting to see how Tigers and Saints respond. Would love to see Connacht get one over Wasps but I cant see that happening unfortunately
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby waggonsroll » Thu Dec 15, 2016 1:07 pm

Neill_M wrote:Café Pascal in the Place De La Victoire is the main rugby pub/meeting place. Usually shows all the other games on the tv etc. It is open on Sundays. There is also the Still, don't know what it is like as last time as it was a Sunday when we went there and it was shut (game previous day). The Place de la Victoire has a Christmas Market running most of December.

>TLGH , Connacht and :mexican: are all on tv on the Saturday in round 4.

Currently sitting in this bar. The Affligem Christmas beer is rather tasty and they have a fair range of food. Can't miss the place as its next to the cathedral at the top (vertically) of the town and bang next to the Christmas market.

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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Neill_M » Thu Dec 15, 2016 1:34 pm

waggonsroll wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Café Pascal in the Place De La Victoire is the main rugby pub/meeting place. Usually shows all the other games on the tv etc. It is open on Sundays. There is also the Still, don't know what it is like as last time as it was a Sunday when we went there and it was shut (game previous day). The Place de la Victoire has a Christmas Market running most of December.

>TLGH , Connacht and :mexican: are all on tv on the Saturday in round 4.

Currently sitting in this bar. The Affligem Christmas beer is rather tasty and they have a fair range of food. Can't miss the place as its next to the cathedral at the top (vertically) of the town and bang next to the Christmas market.

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A Belgian Christmas ale - sounds good, is probably very strong mind, not one to rush.. :stout:
What is their beer selection like?
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby waggonsroll » Thu Dec 15, 2016 1:46 pm

Neill_M wrote:
waggonsroll wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Café Pascal in the Place De La Victoire is the main rugby pub/meeting place. Usually shows all the other games on the tv etc. It is open on Sundays. There is also the Still, don't know what it is like as last time as it was a Sunday when we went there and it was shut (game previous day). The Place de la Victoire has a Christmas Market running most of December.

>TLGH , Connacht and :mexican: are all on tv on the Saturday in round 4.

Currently sitting in this bar. The Affligem Christmas beer is rather tasty and they have a fair range of food. Can't miss the place as its next to the cathedral at the top (vertically) of the town and bang next to the Christmas market.

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A Belgian Christmas ale - sounds good, is probably very strong mind, not one to rush.. :stout:
What is their beer selection like?

They have 4 Affligem beers on tap with edelweiss, Fischer, Murphy's red and Guinness. They also have Strongbow. In bottle there are 3/4 Belgians together with some typical French ones- Heineken, Pelforth and Desperados. There are some other bars with craft type beer. I'm off to explore and will report back.

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Re: Clermont Away

Postby 222toHounslow » Thu Dec 15, 2016 2:08 pm

Roll call please!

Four of us flying to Lyon on Saturday afternoon.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Neill_M » Thu Dec 15, 2016 2:11 pm

7 on the Dublin flight to Lyon tomorrow morning :D
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby wrayzo » Thu Dec 15, 2016 3:55 pm

2 of us leaving St Pancras Saturday morning getting to Clermont early Saturday evening
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby HwoodMike2umate » Thu Dec 15, 2016 4:27 pm

4 of us leaving on Easyjet Belfast Int. to Paris at 5.30pm tomorrow (fri) . 2 joining us in Paris tomorrow night so 6 of us hopefully on the sat 9am train from Paris Bercy to Clermont where 2 more joining us from Perpignan. Le longue weekend starts in 2 hours :). Saturday could be a longue day in and around Cafe Pascal watching rugby on the telly.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Le marseillais » Fri Dec 16, 2016 11:14 am

You are all warmly welcolme in Clermont.
Ulsterfans have been very nice with us (particulary me...) in Belfast.
Impossible to pay just one beer, all offered!
The public in stade Michelin is hot, but everybody here knows how you've been with us, so is pleased to see you again in Clermont.
A walk all together could occured from Place de Jaude to the stadium.
Let's keep in touch.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Gerald the Mole » Fri Dec 16, 2016 11:19 am

3 of us on the Charter, first ever away game. Any advice.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Le marseillais » Fri Dec 16, 2016 11:24 am

What do you want to know?
City center is "Place de Jaude", nice for shopping.
Have a look just nearby, at the cathedral made of volcanic stone.
Pubs are in cathedral's quarter (like in Belfast...)
The rugby area is around the Stade Michelin, take the tram to go there.
If you have time, the tire firm Michelin is just behind, you can visit it.
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Re: Clermont Away

Postby 222toHounslow » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:21 pm

Gerald the Mole wrote:3 of us on the Charter, first ever away game. Any advice.


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Re: Clermont Away

Postby Rooster » Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:01 pm

Gerald the Mole wrote:3 of us on the Charter, first ever away game. Any advice.

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