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Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
The sixth-largest stadium in Europe, Stade de France has a capacity of more than 81,000. The French national football and rugby teams use it for international competitions. Also, musical acts such as the Rolling Stones, U2, Paul McCartney, and Madonna have played there. The stadium's €45 million roof is open to the sky, yet covers every seat. The 13-ton technical wonder houses lights and speakers, as well as tinted glass. To visit Stade de France and other attractions in Saint-Denis, use our Saint-Denis vacation planner.
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Nous avions réservés nos billets par internet. Lors de notre arrivée, avant le début de la visite nous pouvions voir le musée du Stade de France avec divers maillots, photos et souvenirs de tout ceux ... read more »We booked our tickets by internet. Upon arrival, before the start of the visit we could see the Museum of the stadium of France with various jerseys, photos and memories of all those who have been here for games, concerts or other. Then begins the visit, we were with melody which was very nice and made us live this tour. Anything goes, the bleachers, the lodges, the locker room, the ground (without touching the attention ;) lawn!) up to the prison! She explained perfectly the details and other stories that we all love to hear :D We were a large group (about 25 I think), but she has left us time to take pictures when we could. And in the end back through the Museum, where I find that football is a little too predominant (fan of rugby on our side), but nice, and then passing by the shop where there we were a little disappointed... We find jerseys of the teams of France football and rugby, accessories etc. but none for example magnet bearing the image of the stadium... So we bought nothing, but it was all the same almost 2 hours very friendly! I hope one day to come back to see a game (of course rugby) :Dshow original
Love this venue. Especially for rugby games. I have attended two intl rugby games there. The food was decent, especially with food trucks outside. All of the seats seem to have a good view.
An excellent stadium with good transport links , brilliant view from all sides infact its so good I was I was french
The Stade de France is a fantastic venue. It's huge spaceship-like roof if a wonder to behold and helps to generate a magical atmosphere. However, I the one criticism I have (perhaps this was UEFA's fault not the stadium's) was the very poor quality and variety of food (especially) and drink options. 6 euros 50 for 0.5% Calsberg is insulting and the hot dogs were disgusting.
Torben Hvolmgaard Sørensen
The French national stadium, Stade de France, in Paris suburb Saint-Denis was set in operation in 1998 and has a spectator capacity of 81,338. The stadium was also used for UEFA EURO 2016 - first of all by hosting the opening match and the final. 10.06.2016: France 2 - Romania 1. 13.06.2016: Rep. of Ireland 1 - Sweden 1. 16.06.2016: Germany 0 - Poland 0. 22.06.2016: Iceland 2 - Austria 1. 27.06.2016: Italy 2 - Spain 0. 03.07.2016: France 5 - Iceland 2. 10.07.2016: Champs Portugal 1 - France 0.
I took a stadium tour pre EURO 2016 and from all appearances its a great place to watch a concert or soccer match. Patiently awaiting June 10th for the tourney start,and if all goes as planned I will be back to Stade de France July 10th for France vs Germany!!!.
Was here for the Euro 2016 game between Germany and Poland. Awesome atmosphere and beautiful stadium. Food and drink on offer here is very very poor!!!
very well decorated in the final of UEFA euro 2016... fantastico stadium..
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