The Stade de France is located in Saint Denis near Paris celebrates its 10 years in beauty. For this anniversary, the arena of Saint-Denis has imagined a series of shows, concerts, concerts or competitions and also gifts for its spectators. Saint-Denis, on July 12, 1998, the Stade de France lit by the fireworks at the closing ceremony of the World Cup. A soccer world cup. A grand slam rugby, the triumphs of the Rolling Stones, Johny, and Céline Dion….
Rugby World Cup 2007 in Paris From 7 September to 21 October 2007. A mythical place, worthy of hosting the biggest sporting and cultural events, now filled with the Stade de France. The Stade de France is not only the Stadium where France’s football and rugby teams play but also the largest open-air theater in France. An architectural and technological showcase, the monument fits right into the performance. The roof, which weighs the equivalent of an Eiffel Tower and a half, is suspended at 40 meters in height. It is one of the major architectural features of the Stade de France and one of the prowesses noted by the builders. Rihanna, one of the world’s stars of pop, smiling and sporting cascading blond hair has inflamed the Stade de France this Saturday, June 8, 2013 before 80000 spectators in a show with urban accents and particularly sexy.
We offer several hotels close to the Stade de France in Saint Denis.
Access: Motorway A1 exit Saint Denis Center.
Motorway A86 exit Saint Denis la Plaine
RER D station Stade de France, Saint Denis
RER B station La Plaine, Stade de France.
Metro: station Saint-Denis – University (line 13) Porte de Paris.
Bus no: 139, 153, 173, 255, 350.