Bandeau Toulouse accueille l'Uefa Euro 2016
Stadium

The renovated Stadium is ready to welcome the Euro 2016 competition ! It has 33,000 seats and 4G coverage. Security will be strengthened.

Toulouse's Stadium, inaugurated in 1937, has gone through a number of renovations and developments over the years. Nicknamed "Little Wembley", it has set the scene for some great sporting moments with the Football World Cup in 1998 and the Rugby (Union) World Cup in 2007.

The Stadium will be hosting 4 matches

  •     Monday 13 June at 3.00 pm
    Group D (D1 - D2)
 
    Spain – Czech Republic
     
  •     Friday 17 June at 3.00 pm
    Group E (E2 - E4)
    Sweden - Italy
      
  •     Monday 20 June at 9.00 pm
    Group B (B2 - B3)
    Wales - Russia
     
  •     Sunday 26 June at 9.00 pm
    1st of Group F (Portugal, Iceland, Hungary, Austria) - 2nd of Group E (Belgium, Ireland, Sweden, Italy)
     

How to get there?

Access to the Stadium during match days will be controlled.

You are advised to choose one of the following means of transport :

  • walking
  • cycling : bike parks are available close to the Stadium (boulevard des Récollets, Croix-de-Pierre, Fer à cheval), and the Fan Zone (place du Parlement, place Lafourcade, allées F.-Mistral, allées F.-Verdier).
  • or public transport : Metro. From Empalot, Palais de Justice or Saint-Michel Marcel-Langer stations. Just follow the signposts to the Stadium. + for further information

Leave your vehicle at a car park
Access to the île du Ramier and the Garigliano and Pierre-de-Coubertin bridges leading to the Stadium will be closed 4 hours before kick-off.
Parking is free of charge at the Zénith car park (3,000 places) and at all Park-&-Rides (at the metro terminuses). Just show your travel ticket.
The free STADIUM shuttle connects the Zénith to Arènes (3 hours befire kick-off and 2 hours after).