Stade Marcel Picot

The Stade Marcel Picot is a stadium located in Tomblaine, France, near the city of Nancy. Built in 1926, it is used by Ligue 1 football team AS Nancy.

The stadium was completely rebuilt and inaugurated in its new configuration in 2003. It is now able to hold 20,087 people.[1]

Since summer 2010, Marcel-Picot is one of the very few French stadiums equipped with artificial turf.

Stade Marcel-Picot panorama interieur
Panoramic view (December 2010)
Stade Marcel-Picot
Mpicotnancy
Former namesStade du Parc des Sports du Pont d’Essey (1926–1963)
Location90, Boulevard Jean-Jaurès,
54510 Tomblaine
Coordinates48°41′44″N 6°12′38″E / 48.6955°N 6.210687°ECoordinates: 48°41′44″N 6°12′38″E / 48.6955°N 6.210687°E
OwnerCommunauté Urbaine du Grand Nancy
Capacity20,087[1]
Field size105 m x 68 m
SurfaceGrassMaster hybrid grass
Construction
Opened8 August 1926
Renovated1999–2003
ArchitectGérard Bernt, Francis Morillon, Philippe Thouveny and Alynia Architecten, the Netherlands (1999–2003)[2]
Tenants
AS Nancy

References

  1. ^ a b ‹See Tfd›(in French) Stade Marcel-Picot - AS Nancy official website
  2. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in French) Stade Marcel Picot

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