Stade Albert Domec

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Stade Albert Domec
Stade Albert Domec Entrée.jpg
The entrance to Stade Albert Domec
Former names Stade de la Pépinière (1899-1948)
Location Carcassonne, France
Coordinates 43°13′4″N 2°21′52″E / 43.21778°N 2.36444°E / 43.21778; 2.36444Coordinates: 43°13′4″N 2°21′52″E / 43.21778°N 2.36444°E / 43.21778; 2.36444
Capacity 10,000
Record attendance 23,000 (1949)
Surface grass
Construction
Opened 1899
Renovated 2002
Tenants
AS Carcassonne
US Carcassonne

Stade Albert Domec is a multi-use stadium in Carcassonne, France. It has a capacity of 10,000 spectators, [1] and is used mostly for rugby league and rugby union matches. It hosted many matches in various Rugby League World Cups.

The stadium has a bronze statue of Carcassonne's most famous player, former captain of the French national rugby league team, Puig Aubert.

During the 1978 Kangaroo tour the first of France's two victories over Australia was played at Stade Albert Domec before a crowd of 7,000.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stade Albert Domec Carcassonne". Stadium-attendances.com. Retrieved 15 October 2011.