Stade de France
Architectural prowess and magic : come and see a sporting event, a concert, or simply relive the greatest moments in a visit to France’s stadium.
The final of the 1998 World Football Championship between Brazil and France, the World Athletic Finals, Madonna, the Rolling Stones or U2…the great moments of emotion for one single place : le Stade de France. Completed just in time to host the final of the World Football Championship in 1998, the stadium is the largest in France. 80,000 seats are available and transformable depending on the event : sports, concerts or other events, the France Stadium suits all needs. Don’t miss a visit behind the scenes. The players changing room is obviously the highlight of the tour. But the decoration can also be seen in the training rooms used by the teams to warm up before the match. Take a look at the over-all architecture of the site : the roof is an architectural achievement like no other with 13,000 tons of metal protecting the tribunes from rain without closing the stadium. But it is also a message : this ellipse that appears to be suspended in air is a symbol of the universality in sports.
Adapted parking in the underground public car park. All levels are accessible. Numerous adapted toilets. 1200 accessible seats all around the stadium, possibility of assistance from a member of staff.
Physical disability : Adapted route for people with reduced mobility (by appointment - +33/0 155 93 00 45): players locker room, pitch, stands, museum, etc.
Mental disability : "First glances": fun tour (extracts from shows and sporting events, display of handprints of famous people, kits of famous players and illuminated model of the stadium).