Saracens will be heading to another new venue after it was announced they will play their Heineken Cup Round Five fixture against Racing Metro in Nantes.
The English club will host Racing at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Saturday and Racing have confirmed plans to move the return game from their usual home at Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir in Colombes on the outskirts of Paris to the 38,000-seater La Beaujoire Stadium on France's Atlantic coast.
The stadium - home to French Ligue 1 football side Nantes - was used during the 2007 Rugby World Cup and as the venue for France's international against Fiji in 2010.
Racing beat Munster at the Stade de France in their Pool One opener last weekend while Saracens have already played at Twickenham and Wembley this year.
Sarries' have had ambitious plans to play away from Vicarge Road this term but hopes of hosting both Biarritz Olympique and Edinburgh in Cape Town as well as Munster in New York have fallen flat.
Saracens are due to move into their new home at Allianz Park in Hendon in the New Year.