French Test Tour Of South Africa
The France team is preparing for the upcoming oath Africa tour. While the summer break is round the corner, there is much excitement coming up for the first Test to be held between France and Springboks. Cape Town organizers would be having the games held at Loftus Versfeld.
The venue is being prepared for about 40000 spectators who would turn up for the first Test. The tour that France is preparing to embark for is a three Test series to South Africa.
The first test would be held between France and Springboks on June 10th. The stadium is known to have a capacity of 50,000 but the Bulls are not expecting full selling out for the game. Till now about 25000 tickets have been sold for the game. The ticket sales will intensify by next week as a build up to the match.
Loftus is the first stop in the three match series that are planned between France and South Africa. The second test would be held on June 17th at Kings Park in Durban. The third and final test would take place at Ellis Park. This is a Johannesburg venue for June 23rd.
The matches in Rugby Championship would take place in Port Elizabeth as well as in venues like Bloemfontein as well as Cape Town. For those who are interested in being at Loftus to see the matches live can log onto an online website and purchase their tickets. The French side fans have already booked their ticket and it would be an early summer vacation for many. It gives them a unique chance to explore the wondrous landscapes of South Africa. For the Springboks team there is much to prepare for in order to face the challenges that the French side will bring on. Overall the Test matches would be interesting.