Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre
|Paris Saint-Germain (1970–1974)|
The Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre is a sports complex located on Président-Kennedy avenue in the forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, just across the street from Paris Saint-Germain's training centre, the Camp des Loges.
The complex's main football stadium, with a seating capacity of 2,164 spectators, was the home pitch of PSG until 1974, when the club moved into the Parc des Princes. The stadium — as well as the other artificial turf and grass football pitches of the complex — hosts training sessions and home matches for the Paris Saint-Germain Academy.
The Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre has facilities for athletics, football, hockey, tennis, archery, beach rugby, beach ultimate, beach volleyball and beach soccer. spread over an area of 12 hectares. Additionally, the sports complex has three stands for football, rugby and hockey; one club-house with a restaurant; changing rooms with bathrooms; and lighting to train and play at night.
- Three artificial turf football pitches.
- Two grass football pitches.
- One grass pitch for goalkeeper training.
- One rugby pitch.
- One hybrid grass hockey pitch.
- One 400m athletic track.
- Three weight-throwing areas.
- 16 outdoor tennis courts.
- Four indoor tennis courts.
- One double-sided tennis court.
- One mini tennis court.
- One court for beach sports.
- One archery area.
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