STADE DE FRANCE

Zac du Cornillon Nord , 93200 ST DENIS

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Situated on the municipality of Saint-Denis, in the Seine Saint-Denis, near Paris, the Stade de France was inaugurated on January 28th, 1998 by Jacques Chirac - inauguration followed by a friendly game of France against Espagne of football. Five months later, the stage welcomed the first matches of the Soccer World Cup which the French team will take away on July 12th, 1998 during the ultimate confrontation against Brazil. He has a track and allows to offer various configurations adapted to the welcomed events: soccer matches or of rugby, athletics meetings, races and shows automobile and motorcycle, concerts, big shows or operas. In configuration concert, he can welcome up to 98 000 spectators by including the pit in mode concert, as for concerts in 2009 and 2010 on the occasion of their tours with closed counters. Following example the AccorHotels Arena, following the example of the Top of Paris or U Arena of Nanterre, Stade de France welcomes the biggest French and international artists on tour through Europe: Coldplay, Muse, U2, Rolling Stones, Mylène Farmer, Céline Dion, Indochina, Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce, Sends Mode, George Michael, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Red Hot Chili Peppers, AC/DC or Guns' Not Rose. It is also the place of welcome of big national competitions as the finales of the championships of rugby TOP14, or international as the Rugby World Cup 2007 or the Euro of Football 2016. The tournament of VI Nations makes it stopover every year, and the stage welcomes on this occasion the teams of England, Scotland, Italy, Ireland or Wales. The French team of Football plays it also regularly its friendly matches or competition. Stade de France is a stage for the culture, and one of the first places of this kind to welcome exceptional shows and monumental operas: "requiem of Turned green" in 2002, "Turrando" of Puccini in 2005, "Nabucco" in 2008, "Aïda" de Verdi"in 2001, on 2010 and 2017. E, in September, 2006, Robert Hossein attracts more than 300 000 spectators for the representations of his show "Ben Hur", on an arena in sand of 15 000 m2. The success of the Stade de France also holds its setting-up near Paris, because it is easily accessible by car, subway, RER. Restaurants and breweries complete the offer of restoration proposed in stage in the daytime of events. During opening days to the public except events, guided tours are organized. An idea of exit for your next weekend …

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By subway

Underground line 13: St Denis - Porte de Paris station

By RER

RER (Suburban train) B: La Plaine Stade de France station RER (Suburban train) D: Stade de France - St Denis station

By car

A1 motorway (N°2 exit 'Stade de France' ) and A86 motorway (N°9 exit 'Saint Denis - La Plaine Stade de France

By tramway

Tramway n°1 (St Denis Basilique stop) Tramway n°8 (St Denis Porte de Paris stop)

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