After having been distinguished with the title of "best audience in France in 2019", supporters of the Brive rugby club (Corrèze) will soon be able to register their name on a facade at the Stadium.
An initiative launched by all the club associations and partners, intended to replenish the club's funds.
"The creation of a supporters' wall is the positive side of Covid-19, it gives rise to new ideas, which are out of the ordinary", welcomes Alain Parot, president of Brive le Pack, an association bringing together local partners.
150 euros for a lifetime plate
This is what the supporters' wall project looks like.
Toulouse had launched the idea of a brick wall.
Corrèze has chosen slate, the symbol of the country of Brive.
A total of 2,268 plaques will make up this wall.
“Two formulas are proposed, details Romain Manci, vice-president of Afeciouna
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: the purchase of a plaque at 50 euros, for a period of five years, or a lifetime plaque for 150 euros.
The supporters will thus participate in the capital increase of the rugby club.
More than 200,000 euros could add to the accounts of the CAB.
“This is what all sports clubs lack today.
Money to get through the crisis ”, testify the two men.
Modeled on the initiative of the Guingamp football club (Côtes-d'Armor), this popular shareholding allows supporters above all to show their unwavering attachment to the CAB.
In one month, 800 rugby lovers have already reserved their location.
“From Corrèze, via Scotland or the United States, reservations are pouring in from everywhere,” testifies Romain Manci.
What do all these people have in common?
They are proud of their Corrèze roots!