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Host Cities

Bordeaux - The new Bordeaux Stadium is in the planning stages with a projected capacity of 43,000.

Lens - Matches will be staged at the home of RC Lens. The Stade Felix Bollaert has a capacity of over 41,000.

Lille - The Grand Stade Lille Metropole is close to completion and will have a capacity of over 50,000 for Euro 2016 games.

Lyon - The new Olympique Lyonnais stadium will be an all new 250 million euro complex that will provide state of the art facilities for over 60,000 fans.

Marseille - The Stade Velodrome is the home of Olympique de Marseille. The venue was used in the 1998 World Cup and renovations taking place at the moment will increase the capacity to around 67,000 in time for Euro 2016.

Nice - The Grand Stade Nice will be an all new stadium set for completion in 2013. The new complex will have a capacity of 35,000.

Paris - The Parc des Princes is a multi-use stadium located in the south east of France's capital. The ground will be refurbished in time for the European Championships.

St. Denis - The Stade de France is the home of the French national team and is Europe's eighth largest stadium. Just north of Paris, the stadium was the venue for France's historic 1998 World Cup final victory over Brazil.

St. Etienne - The Stade Geoffroy Guichard was a venue for the 1984 European Championships and the 1998 World Cup. The facility will be renovated for Euro 2016 with the capacity expected to rise to 41,000.

Toulouse - Originally built for the 1938 World Cup, the Stadium Municipal in Toulouse is located on the island of Ramier. the stadium was used for the 1997 Rugby World Cup and the 1998 World Cup and has a capacity upward of 35,000.




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