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Bordeaux - Marseille
Matmut Atlantique, Cours Jules Ladoumegue, 33300 Bordeaux
Sunday, 14 May 2017 - 21:00
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Matmut Atlantique
Bordeaux - France
Cours Jules Ladoumegue, 33300 Bordeaux

bordeauxStade Matmut Atlantique, previously also known as Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, is the recently opened new stadium of Girondins de Bordeaux. It replaced Bordeaux’s old stadium Stade Chaban-Delmas.

Apart from serving as Bordeaux’ new home, the stadium also got built with the purpose to serve as one of the playing venues of the Euro 2016 tournament.

Construction of the stadium took longer than planned due to lawsuits by local citizens that objected against the high costs of the stadium, partly financed with public money. The first stone was laid in April 2013, and while scheduled to be completed by late 2014, it took until May 2015 for it to be opened.

In 2015, a naming rights deal was announced with insurance firm Matmut, resulting in the name Matmut Atlantique.

Stade Matmut Atlantique officially opened on 23 May 2015 with a league match between Bordeaux and Montpellier (2-1), and hosted its first international match on 7 September of the same year when France beat Serbia 2-1 in a friendly.

The stadium, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, stands out by its exterior with a series of stairs leading up to an open corridor and a roof supported by a large number of thin poles. The stadium has a total of 3,000 business seats and another 1,000 seats in VIP lodges.

During Euro 2016, Matmut Atlantique hosted four first round group matches and the quarter final between Germany and Italy (1-1).

How to get to Matmut Atlantique

Matmut Atlantique is located in the north of Bordeaux on the edge of the city, roughly 6 km from the city centre.

The stadium is located just north of Bordeaux’ ring road. Take exit 4 / 4a / 4b  from the A630 towards Parc des Expositions / Bx Lac. There is plenty of parking space near the stadium.

Stade Matmut Atlantique can furthermore be reached with Tram C. You can catch the tram for the main rail station, St Jean, or any other stops alongside the Garonne river up until Place de la Bourse. Get off at stop Parc des Expositions, which is the last stop on the line. Trams run frequent and the journey takes about half an hour.

Alternatively, one can take tram B to its last stop Berges de la Garonne and walk half an hour from there to the stadium.

Capacity: 42,115 seats

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