Stade de France
Beyond the major sporting and musical events that take place there, the Stade de France is open to visitors, from the lawn to the exhibition space, including the changing rooms and the Promenade des celebrités.
How do I get to the Stade de France?
AddressRue Henri Delaunay
Sports and music stars
Built on the occasion of the 1998 Soccer World Cup, the Stade de France is the largest stadium in France, so it is the scene of the biggest events in these two sports: cup matches world, final of the Top 14 in rugby, the Coupe de France and the Coupe de la Ligue in soccer.
The Stade de France hosts concerts with up to 70,000 spectators. After the Rolling Stones in July 1998, stars like Johnny Halliday, Céline Dion, Lady Gaga, Madonna and even Mylène Farmer ignited the stadium.
Beyond the events that take place there, the Stade de France can be visited. An opportunity to discover the edges of the lawn, official stands and changing rooms, but also to visit the permanent exhibition space which retraces the great moments in the life of the stadium (including its construction) and, why not, do a little shopping.