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Roazhon Park: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The stadium is located in the city of Lorient and has a capacity of 25,000. It is home to Ligue 1 team Rennes and the Brittany national football team. The park, better known as Stade de la Route de Lorient, opened in 1912 with a match between Rennes and Paris. The stadium is located in the city of Lorient, France and has a capacity of 25,000. It is home to Ligue 1 team Rennes and the Brittany national football team.

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History and description

The newest football stadium in France, Roazhon Park, officially opened its doors in October of 1912 with a match between Rennes and Racing Club de France. The stadium, which was built on the outskirts of the city after their previous ground on the south bank of the Vilaine had repeatedly flooded, saw Rennes take on their traditional rivals by a score of 0-4. Few changes were made in the next two decades, until the stadium underwent a series of redevelopments in the late 1930s. After the war, in the 1950s, Stade de la Route de Lorient had a next series of redevelopments resulting in a capacity of just under 30,000.

Due to the club's declining successes in the mid 1970s, and consequent decrease in attendances, few changes were made to the stadium during that period. The club continued making plans to rebuild the stadium into a modern 30,000-arena.

In 1987, Rennes finally started following these plans with the construction of a new stand that was inspired by Munich's Olympiastadion, however the project got abandoned after one stand when the club relegated to the second division.

After the mid 1990s, Rennes' fortunes had turned around, and the club began plans for a complete redevelopment of the stadium. After the city council voted in favor of the ?37-million project, works commenced in 1999.

Over the course of five years, all stands were either rebuilt or renovated. The Stade de la Route de Lorient reopened on 18 August 2004 with a friendly match between the national teams of France and Bosnia.

In 2015, the stadium changed its name to Roazhon Park following a naming rights sponsorship deal. At the same time, the stadium underwent a small refurbishment, including changing its seat colors from green and blue to red.

How to get to Roazhon Park

The park is located on the western edge of the city of Rennes, about two and a half kilometers from the city center and three and a half kilometers from the city's main railway station. The stadium is located almost adjacent to the city's ring road. From the western side of the ring road, take exit 10 Port de Lorient and turn towards the city. The stadium is situated on the right side of the road.

Bus 11 connects the stadium with the city center and main railway station. Take the bus in the direction of Z.I. Ouest, and get off at stop Stade Rennais. Bus service generally runs at least every 15 minutes, and the ride from Repúblique takes about 10 minutes, from the station (Gares) a few minutes more.

Bus 30 connects Roazhon Park with the northern parts of the city.

Address: 111 Route de Lorient, 35000 Rennes

Stade Rennais Tickets

Tickets for Stade Rennais matches can be bought online, from the Fanshop (official boutique) at Roazhon Park, or through the Francenet and Ticketnet sales outlets. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket booths at the stadium on the day of the match from 1.5 hours before kickoff. Rennes only sells out occasional high-profile matches.

Prices for tickets to matches vary depending on the opponent. For a regular match, they typically range from ?9.00 for a lower-tier seat behind the goal to ?38.00 for a central seat at the main stand. For high-profile matches, prices are increased to between ?13.00 and ?58.00.

For more information, email [email protected] or call +33 (0) 2 99 14 35 80.

Relevant Internet links

The official website of Stade Rennais FC and the tourism office website both have information on public transport in the Rennes area.

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The stadium is located in the city of Lorient and has a capacity of 25,000. It is home to Ligue 1 team Rennes and the Brittany national football team. The park, better known as Stade de la Route de Lorient, opened in 1912 with a match between Rennes and Paris. The stadium is located in the city of Lorient, France and has a capacity of 25,000. It is home to Ligue 1 team Rennes and the Brittany national football team.

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