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Follow Tigers in the Heineken Cup

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Leicester Tigers will make Heineken Cup history on Saturday they when take on Aironi Rugby in the first-ever European fixture at Monza's Stadio Brianteo.

Italian side Aironi have moved their home fixtures in Pool 4 of this season’s competition to the 18,000-capacity stadium, starting with Saturday’s game against Tigers.

The Stadio Brianteo will become the 95th venue to stage Heieneken Cup action when Saturday’s game kicks off at 2.30pm. Tigers name their team for the game at midday on Friday.

The current forecast for Monza on Saturday is for dry conditions, white clouds with a maximum daytime temperature of 10C and minimum night-time temperature of 6C.

We will be keeping you up-to-date with all of the build-up, the action and the reaction from Italy on the news pages of the club website, on the @Leicester Tigers Twitter pages, and on the Official Leicester Tigers Facebook pages.

Keep an eye out for our Jacobs Digital galleries, which we will be updating regularly.

If you are not travelling to the game, you can watch live coverage on the red button on Sky Sports 1 and BBC Radio Leicester will have live on commentary on FM, DAB and online (UK only).

For those lucky enough to be making the trip, email your photos to [email protected] and we will try to use as many as possible in the galleries and in a future matchday programme.

Aironi have organised a Supporters Village before and after the match where Tigers supporters will be able to mix with home supporters and enjoy food and refreshments.

Travel times for supporters staying in Parma and taking advantage of the free coach transfer to Monza for Saturday’s game have been confirmed.

Three coaches will leave from Parma Railway Station at 9.30am on Saturday, with the return journey leaving the Stadio Brianteo at 6pm.

Please note that bookings for this travel have now closed and supporters who have not contacted us will have to make their own way to the venue.

Any supporters still requiring match tickets can book them direct online by clicking here