|Former names||Stade Municipal (1935-1945)|
|Location||33, Chaussée Bocquaine |
|Owner||Ville de Reims|
|Field size||105 m x 68 m|
|Surface||GrassMaster by Tarkett Sports|
|Opened||2 June 1935|
|Construction cost||~60 million €EUR|
|Architect||Michel Rémon (2004-08)|
| Stade de Reims |
2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
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