FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™

7 June - 7 July

Stade de Lyon

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Stade de Lyon, also known as the Stade des Lumieres, is located in the eastern suburb of Decines-Charpieu. The ground belongs to resident club Lyon and opened its doors in 2016 after four years of construction work. Venue for six matches at UEFA EURO 2016 and capable of welcoming 57,900 spectators, it is the third largest stadium in France in terms of capacity and one of the most modern.

Address:

10 avenue Simone Veil, 69150 Décines

Getting there by public transport:

  • By shuttle bus: from Vaulx en Velin La Soie, Meyzieu Panettes and Eurexpo.
  • By tram: Line T3 (disembark at Décines Grand Large)

Persons with reduced mobility:

Trams are adapted for use by persons with reduced mobility. The Optibus service is available to persons with reduced mobility on request. Information: https://www.optibus.fr/index.php? Use the North West ramp.

Other ways to reach the stadium:

  • 21 park and rides where you can park your car and use public transport.
  • A bike park is available for use at the stadium.

More information about transportation on match days:

Semi-finals: https://www.onlymoov.com/infos-deplacements/lyon-stadium-semi-finals-fifa-womens-world-cup-france-2019tm/

Final: https://www.onlymoov.com/infos-deplacements/lyon-stadium-final-fifa-womens-world-cup-france-2019tm/

See also

Lyon: Stadium plan

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