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Stade de France seating?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

The Stade de France is set up with a bowl design that is becoming more and more commonplace in newer stadiums. There is a running track that splits the pitch and the stands, though the stands can all be moved to get you closer to the action!

Despite the bowl shape, there are still 4 distinct stands in the stadium. All of the seats are covered and all offer great sight lines to the pitch – however – ironically, if you are in the seats closest to the action in the East and West Stands (usually the more expensive ones) if there is wind and rain, the chances are you will get wet.

Prices differ enormously dependent on where you sit – seats behind the goals/posts (North and South) can be as cheap as €15 in the upper tier – though close to the pitch in the East/West stands you will pay €75 for the football. Expect the prices to be in the hundreds for the big 6 Nations Games!

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

Le Stade de France is the biggest French stadium with 60,000 seats, which gives you a great shot of find one of your preferences. Seats are regular one-person sized plastics seats, no so amazing but they do offer a great view.

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