The Heineken Champions Cup Rewind will feature two European classics this weekend on what would’ve been European Finals Weekend at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.  

Kicking off on Friday night, we have a re-run of the 2001 Heineken Cup final between Leicester Tigers and Stade Français Paris, a match famed for the kicking clash between Diego Dominguez and Tim Stimpson as well as a brace from Leon Lloyd, who will offer insight on the match throughout the week. 

Then on Saturday afternoon, we travel back to 2015 for a vintage semi-final from Marseille between RC Toulon and Leinster Rugby, a clash fondly remembered by the Toulon faithful for a stunning intercept try in extra time from wing Bryan Habana.

You can watch all the ‘pre-match’ coverage on Friday from 19:30 (UK and Irish time) with kick-off at 20:00 while on Saturday, the live blog gets under way at 17:15with the match stream from Marseille getting underway at 17:45.  

The matches can be found on and will be the seventh and eighth of our Heineken Champions Cup Rewinds to be shown on site and our various social media feeds.

Previous Heineken Champions Cup Rewinds have seen record amounts of European rugby fans tune in to our channels to relive European classics such as the 2011 Heineken Cup final between Leinster and Northampton as well as the Miracle Match from 2003 and Clermont’s semi-final victory over Leinster in 2017.

Keep an eye out for further content across the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup Twitter and Facebook pages over the coming days, as well as interviews from some of European rugby’s legends. 

We continue our Champions Rugby Show series this week as European Rugby legends including Steffon Armitage, Bryan Habana and Leon Lloyd discuss their European campaigns. Listen to the full Champions Rugby Show by clicking HERE or by using Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.

Heineken Champions Cup Rewind 

FridaMay 22 – Leicester Tigers v Stade Français Paris – 2001 final (20:00 UK and Irish time) 

Saturday May 23 – RC Toulon v Leinster Rugby – 2014/15 semi-final (17:45 UK and Irish time)