The Rugby Groud Guide

Stadium & Tickets

The Stadium      The Stade Yves du Manoir is the first modern stadium built in France since the advent of professionalism. It is named after the French international Yves du Monier, who died aged just 24 in a plane accident in 1928.

The stadium has 12,734 seats, with four stands bearing the names of legendary rugby stadiums:

                Eden Park (SW, 4168 seats)

                Ellis Park (NE 1543 seats)

                Murrayfield (SE 2316 seats)

                Twickenham (NW 2567 seats)

                There are also 860 standing places to the front of the Eden and Ellis Park Stands.

               

                The record attendance was on May 7, 2011, when 14,719 saw the game against Toulon.

Stadium Name  Stade Yves-Du-Manoir

Stadium Address              500,avenue de Vanieres

                                                34070 Montpellier

Telephone          04 67 47 27 69

Fax         04 67 42 08 69

Capacity               15,000

Tickets  Ticket Office underneath the Murrayfield Stand

 

 

 

           

 

 

Updated August 2014

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2014

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