2007 Heineken Cup Final
The 2007 Heineken Cup Final was the final match of the 2006–07 Heineken Cup, the 12th season of Europe's top club rugby union competition. The match was played on 20 May 2007 at Twickenham Stadium in London. The match was contested by the Leicester Tigers and London Wasps, both of England. Wasps won their second Heineken Cup title with a 25–9 win.
|Event||2006–07 Heineken Cup|
|Date||20 May 2007|
|Venue||Twickenham Stadium, London|
|Man of the Match||Fraser Waters (London Wasps)|
|Referee||Alan Lewis (Ireland)|
Both teams had won their respective pools to qualify for the knockout stage as 3rd (London Wasps) and 4th (Leicester Tigers) seeds, thereby securing home quarter-finals. Wasps beat Leinster 35–13 and Tigers narrowly defeated Stade Français 21–20. The semi-finals were played at neutral venues; Tigers beat the Llanelli Scarlets 33–17 at Walkers Stadium in Leicester, while Wasps defeated Northampton Saints 30–13 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
The all-English final at the home of English rugby in Twickenham Stadium attracted a then-record Heineken Cup attendance.
20 May 2007
|Leicester Tigers||9–25||London Wasps|
|Pen: Goode (3) 7', 15', 38'
||Report||Try: Reddan 13' m|
Ibañez 34' m
Pen: King (4) 4', 42', 49', 73'
Drop: King 54'
Man of the Match: