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Stade de Genève: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The official opening of the Stade de Geneve took place on 16 March 2003 with a match between Servette and Young Boys (1-1).


Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

It has a capacity of 25,000. The Stade de Genève officially opened on 16 March 2003 with a match between Servette and Young Boys. Construction of the stadium had started two years earlier and came at a cost of 240 million Swiss francs. It has a capacity of 25,000. The Stade de Genève was one of the playing venues during the Euro 2008 championships. It hosted three group matches.

In 2017, the Swiss Cup Final between Basel and Sion took place at the stadium. The stadium has also been used as a home by French side Evian, and has frequently hosted matches of the Swiss national team.

How to get to Stade de Geneve

The Stade de Genève is located in the south of the city of Geneva, about three and a half kilometers from Geneva's historic center and a kilometer more from Geneva's main railway station. From the main railway station, the stadium can be reached with tram 15. Take the tram in the direction of Palettes and get off at stop P+R Étoile. From there it is a 10- to 15-minute walk to the stadium.

Tram 15 also runs through the city center. An alternate way to get to the stadium is by taking tram 12 (e.g. from Place de Neuve) in the direction of Palettes. Get off at stop Bachet-de-Pesay and it's a 5-minute walk to the stadium. The ride takes about 15 minutes.

To get to the stadium from the centre, take bus 4 (e.g. from Bel-Air). This bus will bring you right to the stadium stop Stade de Genève. Depending on the time and day, buses run about twice to five times an hour.

From other parts of Geneva bus 21, 22, 42, 43, and 46 may come in handy.

Address: Route des Jeunes 16, CH-1227 Carouge

Eat, drink, and sleep near Stade de Geneve

It is said that the stadium took its name from the battle of Genève, where Swiss troops defeated a French army. The Stade de Genève lies in the center of a bustling city and its location makes it an important part of local culture. The east side of the stadium is mostly made up of light industry, while on the west side are many residential streets. This stadium was named after the battle of Genève where Swiss troops defeated a French army. Near the stadium lies a shopping center called La Praille. It has a few restaurants and cafés, as well as a bowling alley. Aside from that, there is little in the area and eating and drinking can best be done in Geneva's city center.

If you wish to stay as close as possible to the Stade de Genève, then Hotel Ramada Encore Geneve La Praille may have your preference. It lies right next to the stadium and has good reviews.

Looking for a hotel near Stade de Genève? There are many options available, both in the city centre and close to the railway station.

Servette Tickets

Tickets for Servette games can be purchased online, by phone, or at any of the Ticketcorner sales points. These points include several CFF train stations, the Hotelplan travel agencies, and the Geneva tourist office. You can buy tickets to the match at the gate on the day of the match from 90 minutes before kick-off. Servette usually don't sell out.

The ticket prices vary depending on the seat location, with prices starting at CHF 25.00 for a seat behind the goal and going up to between CHF 50.00 and CHF 70.00 for a seat at the main stand.

Relevant Internet links - Official website of Servette - Geneva tourist information. The official website of Servette FC provides tourist information about Geneva, including transport information and accommodation recommendations. You can also find educational resources, news articles and videos about Geneva on this website.

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