Good gesture from Stade France after the match against Bristol was postponed

Initially scheduled for Sunday, the day of the Champions Cup match between Stade Française and Bristol has been postponed to a later date due to the health crisis. The Parisian club took note of this decision and donated the food provided in the boxes at the Jean-Bouin stadium to Sécor Popular.

There is no European Cup for Stade French players this weekend. Like all matches on the second day of the Champions Cup between the French teams and the British teams, the meeting between Paris and Bristol at the Jean-Bouin Stadium on Sunday has been postponed to a later date. So the decision was taken by the EPCR following the new travel restrictions between France and the United Kingdom following the outbreak of COVID-19 cases.

A great initiative before the holidays

Paris coach Gonzalo Quesada said: “For us it was a great opportunity to host a great team in the Champions Cup and commented Jean Boine. We were very excited to play. There are bound to be disappointments but looking at the present makes sense.” There is also the situation. If the decision is taken, it is best for everyone.”

But this postponement will please at least some. Because having noticed this decision, the Stade Français made a good gesture by donating “all the food provided in the lodge and open seat” to the Secours Populaire. A great initiative just a week before the Christmas holidays.

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