Stade du Fort Carré is a multi-use stadium in Antibes, France, home ground of the FC Antibes. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium is able to hold 7,000 people. During the 1938 World Cup, it hosted one game
It was the first stadium in the world to have stands entirely covered without any pillars obstructing visibility of the playing area. First built in 1930 as a cycle-racing track, in 1935 it was reconfigured to accommodate the World Cup
The stadium is able to hold 16,400 people and was built in 1932. During the 1938 World Cup, it hosted one game. In 2012 it was replaced by the newly-constructed Stade Océane.
Stade Victor Boucquey is a multi-use stadium in Lille, France. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium is able to hold 15,000 people. During the 1938 World Cup, it hosted one game.
The Stade Vélodrome is a football stadium in Marseille, France. It is home to the Olympique de Marseille football club. Before its current renovations, it was the largest club football ground in France, with a capacity of 60,031 spectators; although the current capacity is 42,000 due to the ongoing renovations ahead of UEFA Euro 2016. When the construction is completed, its capacity should be 67,000
The Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir - stadium in Colombes, near Paris, France (also known as the Stade Olympique de Colombes, or simply Colombes to the locals). Named in memory of French rugby player Yves du Manoir in 1928, it was the main stadium for the 1924 Summer Olympics and had a capacity of 45,000 at the time. During the 1924 games, it hosted the athletics, some of the cycling, some of the horse riding, gymnastics, tennis, some of the football, rugby, and two of the modern pentathlon events (running, fencing). It was later expanded to a capacity of over 60,000. Colombes was also the venue for the 1938 World Cup Final between Italy and Hungary.
The Parc des Princes is an all-seater football stadium located in the southwest of Paris, France. The venue, with a seating capacity of 48,712 spectators, has been the home of French football club Paris Saint-Germain since 1973.Initially a multi-task sports venue at first, it has hosted many major sports events. Le Parc was an Olympic site in the 1900 Games of the II Olympiad and has hosted two FIFA World Cups, two Euro finals, three UEFA Champions League finals, two UEFA Cup finals, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup final
This stadium was redeveloped in 1955 after being opened in 1935. Its is now named Stade Auguste Delaune
The Stade de la Meinau, commonly known as "'La Meinau"' is a football stadium in Strasbourg, France. It is the home ground of RC Strasbourg and has also hosted international matches, including one game of World cup 1938, two games of Euro 1984 and the final of the Cup Winners' Cup in 1988. La Meinau has also been used as a venue for concerts and a mass by John Paul II in 1988. The stadium is owned by the Strasbourg municipality and is rented by the RC Strasbourg.
Stadium Municipal de Toulouse is the largest multi-purpose stadium in Toulouse, France. It is the seventh-largest stadium in France.The stadium was built in 1937 for the 1938 FIFA World Cup and has undergone two extensive renovations, in 1949 and 1997.
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