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Location Complexe Sud de Mulsanne
Le Mans
Owner Ville du Mans
Capacity Football: 25,000[1]
Concerts: 40,000
Surface Grass[2]
Broke ground August 18, 2008
Opened January 29, 2011
Construction cost €102 million
Architect Cardete et Huet Architectures, Studio Bruno Huet
Le Mans FC (Ligue 2) (2010-present)

Stade Le Mans is a multi-use stadium in Le Mans, France, that opened in January 2011. It is used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of Le Mans FC. The stadium has a capacity of 25,000 people. It replaced the Stade Léon-Bollée as the club's stadium.

The arena is located inside the Circuit de la Sarthe, home of the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans, and adjacent the first right kink on the Mulsanne Straight.


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Coordinates: 47°57′33″N 0°13′24″E / 47.9590942°N 0.2233744°E / 47.9590942; 0.2233744