Leinster will play their Heineken Cup Round 4 match against ASM Clermont Auvergne at the Aviva Stadium...
... the first tournament match to be staged at the Dublin home of Irish rugby since the 51,700 capacity old Lansdowne Road ground was redeveloped.
The Pool 2 clash on Saturday, 18 December (17.45) means Leinster, the 2009 Heineken Cup champions, will play two of their fixtures at iconic sports venues.
Saracens have already announced their Round 2 home tie on Saturday, 16 October (17.45) against the Irish province will be the first Heineken Cup match to be played at Wembley Stadium, making it the 89th venue across Europe to have staged tournament action.
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