Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux
|Surface||AirFibr hybrid grass|
|Opened||18 May 2015|
|Construction cost||€168 million|
|Architect||Herzog & de Meuron|
FC Girondins de Bordeaux (Ligue 1) (2015–)|
UEFA Euro 2016
Construction began in 2014 and ended in April 2015. The stadium was opened on 18 May 2015.
The first match was Bordeaux against Montpellier on 23 May 2015, the penultimate day of Ligue 1. The stadium, with a capacity of 43,000 spectators, became the new home of FC Girondins de Bordeaux. The stadium also hosted the semi-finals of the 2014–15 Top 14 season in rugby union, and also hosted 5 matches in UEFA Euro 2016, including one quarter-final.
UEFA Euro 2016 matches
|Date||Time (CET)||Team #1||Result||Team #2||Round||Attendance|
|11 June 2016||18:00||Wales||2–1||Slovakia||Group B||37,831|
|14 June 2016||18:00||Austria||0–2||Hungary||Group F||34,424|
|18 June 2016||15:00||Belgium||3–0||Republic of Ireland||Group E||39,493|
|21 June 2016||21:00||Croatia||2–1||Spain||Group D||37,245|
|2 July 2016||21:00||Germany||1–1 (6–5 p)||Italy||Quarter-finals||38,764|
- Internal view
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- "France: Bordeaux stadium signs naming rights deal – StadiumDB.com".
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- "TOP 14, les demi-finales 2015 à Bordeaux" (Press release) (in French). Ligue nationale de rugby. 1 December 2014. Retrieved 3 December 2014.
- Crossan, David (7 September 2015). "Matuidi makes difference as France edge Serbia". UEFA. Retrieved 7 September 2015.