Euro 2016 stadiums (France)
|Tournament name||Design||Construction||City||Country||Tournament capacity|
|Stade de France||Saint-Denis||80 100|
|Stade Vélodrome||See||See||Marseille||67 354|
|Stade de Lyon||See||See||Lyon||58 585|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||See||See||Lille||49 822|
|Parc des Princes||Paris||47 294|
|Stade de Bordeaux||See||See||Bordeaux||42 115|
|Stade Geoffroy Guichard||See||See||Saint-Étienne||41 965|
|Stade de Nice||See||See||Nice||35 624|
|Stade Bollaert-Delelis||See||See||Lens||35 200|
|Stadium de Toulouse||Toulouse||33 150|
|Stade de France||France 2–1 Romania||75,113||10/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Bollaert-Delelis||Albania 0–1 Switzerland||33,805||11/06/2016 15:00|
|Parc des Princes||Romania 1–1 Switzerland||43,576||15/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade Vélodrome||France 2–0 Albania||63,670||15/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Lyon||Romania 0–1 Albania||49,752||19/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||Switzerland 0–0 France||45,616||19/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Bordeaux||Wales 2–1 Slovakia||37,831||11/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade Vélodrome||England 1–1 Russia||62,343||11/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||Russia 1–2 Slovakia||38,989||15/06/2016 15:00|
|Stade Bollaert-Delelis||England 2–1 Wales||34,033||16/06/2016 15:00|
|Stadium de Toulouse||Russia 0–3 Wales||28,840||20/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Geoffroy Guichard||Slovakia 0–0 England||39,051||20/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Nice||Poland 1–0 Northern Ireland||33,742||12/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||Germany 2–0 Ukraine||43,035||12/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Lyon||Ukraine 0–2 Northern Ireland||51,043||16/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade de France||Germany 0–0 Poland||73,648||16/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Vélodrome||Ukraine 0–1 Poland||58,874||21/06/2016 18:00|
|Parc des Princes||Northern Ireland 0–1 Germany||44,125||21/06/2016 18:00|
|Parc des Princes||Turkey 0–1 Croatia||43,842||12/06/2016 15:00|
|Stadium de Toulouse||Spain 1–0 Czech Republic||29,400||13/06/2016 15:00|
|Stade Geoffroy Guichard||Czech Republic 2–2 Croatia||38,376||17/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade de Nice||Spain 3–0 Turkey||33,409||17/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Bollaert-Delelis||Czech Republic 0–2 Turkey||32,836||21/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Bordeaux||Croatia 2–1 Spain||37,245||21/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de France||Ireland 1–1 Sweden||73,419||13/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade de Lyon||Belgium 0–2 Italy||55,408||13/06/2016 21:00|
|Stadium de Toulouse||Italy 1–0 Sweden||29,600||17/06/2016 15:00|
|Stade de Bordeaux||Belgium 3–0 Ireland||39,493||18/06/2016 15:00|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||Italy 0–1 Ireland||44,268||22/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Nice||Sweden 0–1 Belgium||34,011||22/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Bordeaux||Austria 0–2 Hungary||34,424||14/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade Geoffroy Guichard||Portugal 1–1 Iceland||38,742||14/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Vélodrome||Iceland 1–1 Hungary||60,842||18/06/2016 18:00|
|Parc des Princes||Portugal 0–0 Austria||44,291||18/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de France||Iceland 2–1 Austria||68,714||22/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade de Lyon||Hungary 3–3 Portugal||55,514||22/06/2016 18:00|
Round of 16
|Stade Geoffroy Guichard||Switzerland 1-1 (4-5p) Poland||38,842||25/06/2016 15:00|
|Parc des Princes||Wales 1-0 Northern Ireland||44,342||25/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade Bollaert-Delelis||Croatia 0-1 Portugal||33,523||25/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Lyon||France 2-1 Ireland||56,279||26/06/2016 15:00|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||Germany 3-0 Slovakia||44,312||26/06/2016 18:00|
|Stadium de Toulouse||Hungary 0-4 Belgium||28,921||26/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade de France||Italy 2-0 Spain||76,165||27/06/2016 18:00|
|Stade de Nice||England 1-2 Iceland||33,901||27/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Vélodrome||Poland 1-1 (3-5p) Portugal||62,940||30/06/2016 21:00|
|Stade Pierre Mauroy||Wales 3-1 Belgium||45,936||01/07/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Bordeaux||Germany 1-1 (6-5p) Italy||38,764||02/07/2016 21:00|
|Stade de France||France 5-2 Iceland||76,833||03/07/2016 21:00|
|Stade de Lyon||Portugal 2-0 Wales||55,679||06/07/2016 21:00|
|Stade Vélodrome||Germany 0-2 France||64,078||07/07/2016 21:00|
|Stade de France||Portugal 1-0 France||75,868||10/07/2016 21:00|
- Total: 2,427,303
- Average: 47,594
New stadiums: For the Champions – Portugal
We end the Euro 2016 stadium-adding with two stadia from Portugal. And just like the Portuguese in France, these two represent very ambitious teams that may surprise you!
Euro 2016: Record – almost 2.5 million people!
Just as predicted, Euro 2016 broke all records in terms of attendance. Not even the threat of terrorism could stop people from around the world from filling the stadiums beyond 90%.
Euro 2016: Final with moths all around
On Cristiano Ronaldo’s face, on advertising boards, on the field. Moths were absolutely everywhere last night and the reason for unprecedented invasion is quite simple.
New design: Stade de France that never was
We’re minutes away from the Euro 2016 final, so all eyes are turning to Stade de France. Ours too, but first we give you a completely different Stade de France, one that never got built.
Cardiff: European success won’t force Wales to larger stadium
The Welsh national team was greeted by some 200,000 people in Cardiff, having reached unprecedented success at Euro 2016. Still, moving back to Millennium Stadium is not an option.
New stadiums: France reach the final, gain new stadia
Against many expectations, though certainly not those of the French, it was France who advanced from the “early final” to the actual one. They earned the new stadiums in Niort and Laval.
New stadiums: For the finalists – Portugal
Thanks to the Portuguese defeating Wales we now have two more stadia from Portugal. One of them proved a much better home than a Euro 2004 stadium, the other was destroyed by a tornado.
New stadiums: For the semifinalists – France
The last team advancing to Euro 2016 semifinals just got their new stadia added to StadiumDB. As we await the semis, please enjoy one of France’s most historic football stadia, which we inexplicably lacked…
New stadiums: For the semifinalists – Germany
Real thriller between Italy and Germany ended with penalties. Here at StadiumDB it’s much cooler, we’re treating Germans like every winning team, adding two stadiums from their country.
New stadiums: For the semifinalists – Portugal
Poland didn’t manage to defy the odds and the Portuguese are through to the semifinal. Therefore we’ve got something new from Portugal at StadiumDB!
New stadiums: France, Germany and Belgium – one each
Following their victories during Euro 2016 knock-out stage, three winners of yesterday’s Round of 16 fixtures each have new stadia added.
New stadiums: They won, they deserve it!
Wales, Poland and Portugal progressed to the quarterfinals of Euro 2016 yesterday. For them and every other winner until the final we’re adding stadia to StadiumDB.com.
Euro 2016: Last game for Lille’s turf
After tonight’s last group game the field at Stade Pierre Mauroy will be replaced by brand new one. It needs to stay in decent condition for “only two” games. But is this possible?
Euro 2016: UEFA’s grounds of concern
Additional lighting and ventilation, patching, even painting. All of these measures have been used to salvage the poorest fields of Euro 2016. UEFA seems to point to the French, but hosts strike back.
Euro 2016: The largest Euro in history
Average capacity of every stadium outgrew all European Championships held in this century. Ticket number highest in history, but how does attendance look so far? Let’s see!
Euro 2016: France lost their first weekend
One death, 116 arrests and unending (though largely exaggerated) reports of violence – that’s the outcome of first 3 days of Euro 2016. Serious changes need to come in crowd management and policing.
Euro 2016 countdown: 01 – Stade de France!
The giant from northern Paris ends our Euro 2016 countdown just hours before opening game. This building underwent almost no changes, because it’s stunning as it is!
Euro 2016 countdown: 02 - Stade Vélodrome
This time next year the stadium will be turning 80, but it’s as young as ever thanks to a lavish redevelopment that made it Marseille’s largest building.
Euro 2016 countdown: 03 – Stade de Lyon
By far the most expensive stadium built for this edition of European Championship, but taxpayers weren’t burdened with it. It’s also the very last to be delivered. But just how impressive it is!
Euro 2016 countdown: 04 – Stade Pierre Mauroy
By far the most multifunctional and experimental stadium in France, with one-of-a-kind foldable field. Although this feature won’t be used during Euro 2016, hopefully.