D - Stade de France/St Denis,
B - La Plaine/Stade de France.
The Stade de France is the national football (soccer) stadium of France. Routine sporting events include international soccer and rugby matches, plus Olympic caliber track and field events.
The year it was built, 1998, for the World Cup, is well remembered, as France won its first Cup that year. Its 80,000 person capacity (seated and covered) is equivalent to, for example, the population of the French town of Avignon.
Currently the stadium plays host to about 40 events a year for a total of about 1,750,000 spectators a year.
Visitor Hours: Every day, except events, from 10:00am to 6:00pm.
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