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the Heineken Champions Cup Final 2023 between Leinster and La Rochelle will begin.

On Saturday at 16:45 (UK and Irish time), the Heineken Champions Cup Final rematch between Leinster and La Rochelle will begin.

For the second consecutive year, Leinster Rugby and Stade Rochelais square off in the Heineken Champions Cup as the Irish province seeks to wreak revenge on their French rivals.

The Aviva Stadium in Dublin is expected to be packed when the game begins at 16:45 (UK and Irish time) on Saturday.

Leinster will be attempting to match Stade Toulousain’s record haul of championships after being denied a fifth Heineken Champions Cup victory by La Rochelle in the season’s championship game in Marseille last year.

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Heineken Champions Cup

Seven finals have been played by the Dublin-based team in the top EPCR competition, with four of those finals ending in victories (2009, 2011, 2012, and 2018) and two in losses (2019 and 2022).

Heineken Champions Cup Final 2023 Leinster vs La Rochelle

Leinster Head Coach Leo Cullen has issued an injury update ahead of the 2023 Champions Cup Final against La Rochelle on Saturday in Aviva Stadium. (KO: 4.45pm – live on RTÉ2, BT Sport 2, RTÉ Radio 1 and Newstalk).

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