France National

CAPACITY :

81,338

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

France National is used for regular International matches for the National rugby team, in Paris. The Stade de France hosted the 2007 and 1999 Rugby World Cups, it annually hosts Six Nations matches.

Lyon

CAPACITY :

43,051

CONSTRUCTED :

1926

Lyon is used for regular team rugby, by one of the best teams in the Top 14 league and in European tournaments. The Stade de Gerland was the former home of Olympique Lyonnais, hosted 2007 Rugby World Cup matches.

Marseille

CAPACITY :

67,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1937

Marseille is used for regular team rugby, by one of the best teams in the Top 14 league and for European matches. The Stade Velodrome hosted football the 1998 World Cup and the 2016 Euros.

Montpellier

CAPACITY :

15,697

CONSTRUCTED :

1928

Montpellier is used for regular team rugby, by one of the top teams in the Top 14 league and in European matches. The Altrad Stadium is used for Rugby League and was used for Mediterranean Games.

Paris North

CAPACITY :

81,338

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

Paris North is used for regular team rugby, by one of the best teams in the Top 14 league and in European tournaments. The Stade de France is used for football, annually hosts the Six Nations.

Paris South

CAPACITY :

81,338

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

Paris South is used for regular team rugby, by one of the best teams in the Top 14 league and in European tournaments. The Stade de France is used for football and annually hosts the Six Nations.

Toulouse

CAPACITY :

36,369

CONSTRUCTED :

1982

Toulouse is used for regular team rugby, by one of the best teams in the Top 14 league and for European matches. The Stade Ernest-Wallon has hosted several International rugby matches.

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