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Stade Marcel-Picot: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The stadium, commonly known as Stade Marcel-Picot, opened on August 8, 1926. However, football did not begin to be played there until 1935 when AS Nancy was founded.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Wednesday, 29.June 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Stade Marcel-Picot opened on 8 August 1926 but football did not commence until 1935 when AS Nancy was founded. The stadium originally consisted of only one real stand, with the rest of the stadium consisting of earth banks arranged in a series of steps.

In 1973, a new stand was built which increased the stadium's official capacity to more than 25,000. However, in 1976 Saint-Etienne fans filled the stand to its record capacity of 30,384 visitors.

In 1978, the track behind each goal was removed and replaced with two new stands.

The Stade Marcel-Picot underwent a large redevelopment between 1999 and 2002. Three stands were completely rebuilt and the Hazotte Stand enlarged and refurbished, which resulted in a fully enclosed modern stadium.

The Stade Marcel-Picot was initially selected to be one of the playing venues of the Euro 2016 tournament. However, funding difficulties have caused the city of Nancy to withdraw from the tournament.

(photos of the present Stade Marcel-Picot below)

How to get to Stade Marcel-Picot

The Stade Marcel-Picot is located east of Nancy's city center and 3 kilometers from the main rail station. The stadium can be reached from the city centre by walking east over the Avenue du Vingtième Corps. After the bridge over the main branch of the river Meurthe, turn right and follow the road for a further few hundred metres. The walk will take about half an hour.

Alternatively, the stadium can be reached by taking tram 1 from the railway station or several other points in the city centre. Tram 1 follows the same Avenue du Vingtième Corps. Get off at stop Gérard Barrois Stade Marcel-Picot after a 5-minute ride, and walk a further 5 to 10 minutes to the stadium.

From other parts of the city's east bank, bus 161 gets you to the stadium. Get off at stop Jean Moulin.

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Nancy Tickets

Tickets for AS Nancy games can be purchased online, at the stadium ticket windows, at the shopping centre St.-Sébastien on the Rue de Ponts in the city centre, or through Francebillet or Ticketnet sales outlets. If tickets remain available, Nancy will also sell tickets on the gate on the day of the match. However, these tickets are usually only available for high-profile matches.

Tickets for games against opposing teams may vary, but are typically priced between $10 and $26.

Photos of Stade Marcel Picot

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Useful Internet links

The website of the Nancy tourist office, asnl.net, has extensive information about visiting the city, including public transport information for the area. The public transport information on reseau-stan.com is especially helpful for visitors planning to explore the surrounding towns and villages.

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The stadium, commonly known as Stade Marcel-Picot, opened on August 8, 1926. However, football did not begin to be played there until 1935 when AS Nancy was founded.

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