“The idea is to meet the public and share our passion for rugby. As Bordeaux is a land of rugby, we have a very good crowd in the village and on the train. [stationné à la gare Saint-Jean jusqu’au 15 août, NDLR] “Said Paul Couet-Lannes, director of the Bordeaux sites for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Animations and goodies galore
Many families came, proof of the family nature of rugby where sharing is king. “We didn’t know rugby before living in Bordeaux, we come from Normandy. From now on, we support the UBB and we have even managed to find places for the World Cup”, rejoices Charline who came with her companion Maxime and their 10-month-old son, Marius. “The village is great for the little ones, we talk a lot about football but we must not forget rugby which promotes beautiful values”.