Stade De France
Stade De FranceStade de France is a stadium in Saint-Denis, France in the inner suburbs of Paris. It has a capacity of around 80,000. The stadium is currently used for the French rugby union team during the Six Nations and other internationals.
The Stade de France was inaugurated in January 1988 with a France game. The Stade de France is the biggest modular stadium of the world. It has three galleries.
The forum is a low mobile platform of 25 000 seats. It is reached by the level 1. It may fall 15 feet to reveal all of the running track and jumping pits. It then retains 22 000 seats. The movement lasts 80 hours, 40 people 20h/24h mobilized, and carried by ten distinct elements of 700 tons each.The stadium is also used for music concerts and other sporting events. The facility is owned and operated by the Consortium Stade de France.
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