Stade de la Frontière

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Stade de la Frontière is a multi-purpose stadium in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Jeunesse Esch. The stadium holds 4,000 people with 1,200 seated.

International matches[edit]

The stadium has hosted a number of home international games for Luxembourg in place of the national stadium, which is the Stade Josy Barthel, in Luxembourg City.

Date Opponent Score1 Competition Attendance
21 May 1927  England L 2-5 Friendly 3,789
22 October 1972  Turkey W 2-0 World Cup qualifying group 2 3,960
23 October 1979  Sweden D 1-1 Euro 1980 qualifying Group 5 1,120
26 March 1980  Uruguay L 0-1 Friendly 1,500
11 March 1984  Turkey L 1-3 Friendly 8,000
17 November 1984  East Germany L 0-5 World Cup qualifying group 4 1,179
2 December 1987  Scotland D 0-0 Euro 1988 qualifying group 7 2,300
18 October 1988  Czechoslovakia L 0-2 World Cup qualifying group 7 1,826
28 March 1990  Iceland L 1-2 Friendly 400
1 Luxembourg score is given first, i.e. '0-3' represents a 3-0 defeat for Luxembourg.

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Coordinates: 49°29′9″N 5°58′37″E / 49.48583°N 5.97694°E / 49.48583; 5.97694