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The Grand Stade de France stands north of Paris, built for the 1998 FIFA World Cup, this vast stadium now plays host to a variety of sporting and cultural events.
The stadium is known now as the home of the French Rugby Union, and so world-famous events such as the Guinness 6 Nations and autumn tests are held here for each home game.
The stadium also plays host to international football matches, music, opera and athletic events, making it unique in its ability to adapt and evolve for whatever is asked of it.
Hospitality options here are the cream of the crop, combine classic French cuisine and VIP service with excellent seating options and a trip to the Stade de France is sure to impress.
France will take on Italy at the Stade de France for the Guinness Six Nations 2022, experience the match in style with an official hospitality package.
France will take on Ireland at the Stade de France for what is sure to be a closely fought match of epic proportions during the Guinness Six Nations 2022.
The Stade de France welcomes back Le Crunch in 2020 for the Guinness Six Nations 2022. England will be hard pushed to take the victory here, with a French side eager to take the offensive.
The middle weekend of the Guinness Six Nations 2021 sees Scotland travel to the Stade France for a matchup against Les Bleus in what is typically a closely fought match.
The final fixture of the Guinness Six Nations 2021 is at the striking Stade de France for the 100th clash against old foes Wales.
Argentina makes their way to the Stade de France for their Autumn International test against old foes France. There is no sure-fire winner in this tightly contested fixture.
France prepares for the All Blacks invasion of the Stade de France. This will be their toughest test of the year and a highlight of their Autumn Internationals.
The Stade de France is the largest stadium in France and is used by both the France national football team and the French rugby union team.
The majority of hospitality options have no strict dress codes, however; it is advised to dress smart casual, and according to weather conditions as match seats are outside.
The Stade de France is a public transport destination, it is recommended these options should be used.