The iconic stadium which staged the 2010 Amlin Challenge Cup final is currently being redeveloped and will have a capacity of 41,000 for what could be the second match of the Heineken Cup semi-finals weekend on Sunday, April 27.
Leinster will be targeting a semi-final in the familiar surrounds of Dublin's Aviva Stadium on the same date should they come away with a prized win from the Stade Félix Mayol.
The first of the 2013/14 tournament semi-finals will take place on Saturday, April 26 in Dublin or London.
Ulster could set up a two-day festival of European club rugby in the Irish capital as a quarter-final win for the 1999 European champions over Saracens will earn them a semi-final at the Aviva Stadium on the Saturday, with the possibility of a dream Leinster v Munster showdown for Irish rugby fans at the Dublin venue the following day.
Should Saracens come away from Ravenhill with a victory, then they will meet the winners of the Clermont Auvergne v Leicester Tigers quarter-final at Twickenham on Saturday, April 26.
Details of ticket sales for the two high-profile matches will be available on ercrugby.com next week.Tickets will be sold via the competing teams and will also be on general sale.
The Heineken Cup semi-finals are played at venues designated by ERC which are selected in conjunction with the relevant home Union.
'Home country advantage' in the last four was determined by a draw in January following the conclusion of the pool stages.
HEINEKEN CUP SEMI-FINALS:
Saturday, April 26 -
ULSTER v winners of Clermont Auvergne v Leicester Tigers, Aviva Stadium, Dublin (capacity: 51,000), 3.40pm
Saracens v winners of Clermont Auvergne v Leicester Tigers, Twickenham, London (capacity: 82,000), 3.40pm
Sunday, April 27 -
Toulon v winners of MUNSTER v Toulouse, Stade Vélodrome, Marseille (capacity: 41,000), 4.30pm local time/3.30pm Irish time
LEINSTER v winners of Munster v Toulouse, Aviva Stadium, Dublin (capacity: 51,000), 3.30pm