Stade De France (French Rugby Union)



French Rugby Union

French Rugby Union  

Stade De France

Rue Francis de Pressense, ZAC Cornillon Nord (Acces visite porte H), Saint-Denis, 93210.

Stadium Website

Capacity of 79,959 Phone Number : TBC


Stade De France (French Rugby Union) The Stade de France is a stadium in Saint-Denis, France in the inner suburbs of Paris. It has a capacity of around 80,000. The stadium is currently used for the French rugby union team during the Six Nations and other internationals. Stade de France is also the venue for the Top 14 (the domestic rugby championship) final, the France football Cup final and the French football league Cup (called League Cup) final every year. In 2007, it hosted several matches of the Rugby World Cup, including the final (as of 2007 no other stadium has hosted the final of both a FIFA World Cup and a Rugby World Cup). The stadium can also be reconfigured to house a running track for track and field events, which was the case when the stadium played host to the 2003 World Championships in Athletics.