Homecoming for champions Leinster to be held in Dublin today

Homecoming for champions Leinster to be held in Dublin today
Isa Nacewa and Jordi Murphy of Leinster lift the cup at theSan Mames Stadium in Bilbao. Photo by RamseyCardy/Sportsfile

A homecoming will be held in Dublin this evening for the Leinster rugby team after they won the European Champions Cup last night.

The Irishmen beat Racing 92 in a close 15-12 encounter at Bilbao's San Mames Stadium.

The homecoming will take place in Energia Park, Donnybrook at 4pm.

Gates will open at 2pm and fans can re-watch the game from 2.30pm.

Tickets for the event will available on a limited basis, free of charge and on a first come first served basis on leinsterrugby.ie.

- Digital Desk

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