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France vs. England Tickets (Rugby 6 Nations)1 February 2014 | 18:00
Stade de France
The Stade de France is a football and rugby union stadium in Saint-Denis, France, an inner suburb of Paris. It has a capacity of around 80,000. The stadium is currently used for the French rugby union team during the Six Nations and other internationals. Paris´s main rugby club, Stade Français, have also regularly used the stadium as a home ground in recent years. Stade de France is also the venue for the Top 14 (the domestic rugby championship) final every year. The French football team also use the stadium, and it was there where they defeated Brazil 3-0 in the 1998 FIFA World Cup final. It was also used as the final venue for the Coupe de France (football competition). Stade de France has been the host for the Race of Champions for the past three years. In 2007, it will host several matches of the Rugby World Cup, including the final.
How to Get There
93216 Saint-Denis la Plaine
Train: take the RER line D and get off at Stade de France Saint Denis station. Also RER line B takes you to the stadium, by getting off at La Plaine - Stade de France station.
Underground: Line 13, and get off at Saint-Denis - Porte de Paris station.