Stade de France is the official sport arena of France since 1998. Most international soccer and rugby games involving the national teams are played there. Located north of Paris, it is easily reachable by metro from downtown. Sport in Paris.
Coming to Paris, you can simply visit Stade de France or attend one of the spectacular events staged there.
You plan to attend a Stade de France event. Stay at a hotel in Paris. The RER B metro connects Gare du Nord, Chatelet Les Halles and Luxembourg Gardensto Stade de France in a few minutes minutes and you will be closer to most sights.
If you just come to the city for Stade de France, stay at Novotel, across the street from Stade de France.
The Novotel Suites are situated right next to Stade de France and offers free access to the fitness room, open 24 hours. Suites measure 30 m² and are designed with attention to comfort and well-being. Each comes with air-conditioning, a private bathroom and a Nespresso coffee machine. High-speed fibre internet access is provided in each suite.
Seating 80 000 people, Stade de France is Paris' main stadium and a top venue for sports and concerts. Stade de France seating. Stade de France is four kilometers north of Paris in Saint Denis. Locate Stade de France on Paris map. Paris metro: RER B La Plaine Stade de France metro station, RER D Stade de France Saint Denis station
Stade de France parking: due to heavy traffic jams, it is discouraged to come by car to Stade de France. In case you do, book your Stade de France parking in advance.
As the organizor of 1998 Soccer World Cup, Paris needed a world class stadium in addition to Parc des Princes, the home stadium of Paris Saint Germain soccer club.
The spectacular Stade de France was inaugurated in January 1988 with a France/Spain soccer game. Stade de France was the venue of France 98 World Soccer Cup final (France Brazil), 2007 Rugby World final (South Africa England) and many other famous games.
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