MHR-UBB: from Montpellier to Nice, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Top 14 semi-final

MHR-UBB: from Montpellier to Nice, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Top 14 semi-final

Qualified directly for the semi-finals for the first time since 2018, Montpellier HR has an appointment with Union Bordeaux-Bègles, this Saturday June 18 in Nice (9:05 p.m.). Throughout the day, live with us the atmosphere around this great event…

Follow here the press conferences and live duplexes with viàOccitanie (on Canal 30 on Boxes; 31 or 33 on TNT)

Several fan buses left this Saturday morning from Montpellier

#MHRUBB ? Seven buses from @MHR_official left shortly before 9:30 a.m. from the GGL stadium, towards Nice. First meeting in the village @top14rugby from the Promenade des Anglais around 3 p.m., before joining the@AllianzRiviera at the end of the afternoon ??

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 18, 2022

The MHR offered its supporters travel packs for this semi-final against UBB. These are so seven buses who left this morning at 9 a.m. from the GGL Stadium heading for the Côte d’Azur.

Their arrival is scheduled around 3 p.m. on the Promenade des Anglais, where a “Top 14 village” with different activities planned. For those who are not lucky enough to be present at the Allianz Riviera, it will be possible to follow the match at the Brasserie Le M by MHR, at the GGL Stadium.

#MHRUBB ? The supporters of @MHR_official met in the car parks of the GGL Stadium this morning before leaving for Nice for the semi-final of @top14rugby facing the@UBBrugby ? With a small prognosis on the future winner?

– Midi Libre Sports (@MidiLibreSports) June 18, 2022

Castres first qualified for the final

This Friday, June 17, the first semi-final was played at the Allianz Riviera in Nice. Leader at the end of the regular season, Castres got the better of Toulouse, the defending champion, after a close match (24-18). If successful tonight, the MHR would therefore find its Occitan neighbor for a remake of the 2018 final, won by the Tarnais with a score of 29-13.

The MHR, 2nd in the regular phase

A leading time in the championship before experiencing a slump as the final sprint approached, Montpellier fought back to finally validate direct qualification for the semi-finals, a first since 2018 (defeat in the final against Castres).

The Cists find Bordeaux-Bègles today in this last four. The men of Christophe Urios, third in the regular phase, brilliantly dismissed Racing 92 in the play-off on Sunday June 12.

A first in Nice

For the first time in its history, the Top 14 is organizing its semi-finals in Nice. It is the Allianz Riviera, a modern 35,000-seat stadium usually occupied by Ligue 1 club OGC Nice, which hosts the four best teams of the season.

Montpellier – Bordeaux-Bègles in brief

  • Ranking at the end of the regular phase: Montpellier 2nd / Bordeaux-Bègles 3rd.
  • Direct confrontations this season: UBB 27 – 23 MHR (9 October 2021) and MHR 22 – 23 UBB (24 April).
  • Best result in Top 14: MHR finalist in 2011 and 2018 / UBB (after merger) twice semi-finalist in 2021 and 2022.

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