Stade de Marseille

Capacity: 67 847 places


A historic stadium that has been renovated three times since it opened in 1937, Stade de Marseille hosted two quarter-finals at RWC 2007. The home of Ligue 1 side Olympique de Marseille and a host venue during the FIFA World Cup in 1938 and 1998, the stadium staged its first test match on 18 November, 2000, when France beat New Zealand 42-33. Since then, Les Bleus have played a further 11 tests at the iconic venue, winning nine and losing twice — against Argentina in 2004 and the All Blacks in 2009.

On 18 April, 2009, RC Toulonnais played their home Top 14 match against Stade Toulousain in front of 57,039 fans and have returned on a handful of occasions since. 

Four pool matches of RWC 2023 will be hosted there, including England-Argentina and France's game against the Africa Cup 2022 winners, Nambia, plus two of the quarter-finals.




From 5H to 00H30 or 01H30 on match days (matches at 21H)

Line 2 (Red) – Stop: Rond-point du Prado (For Jean Bouin access and North Stand – Entry 1)
Line 2 (Red) – Stop: Marguerite Dromel (For Ganay access and South Stand – Entry 2)
Line 1 (Bue) - Stop: Castellane / walk to the Stadium (20')

From 5H to 21H

Ligne 19 – To Stade de Marseille / Stop: Rond-point du Prado
Service until 01H30 on match days (matches at 21H)

Ligne 21 - To Stade de Marseille / Stop: Rond-point du Prado
Ligne 83 - To Stade de Marseille / Stop: Rond-point du Prado
Service until 01H30 on match days (matches at 21H)


All information regarding the Metropolis transports on:




Walk tracks for fans will be set up

From Saint-Charles station – 45’
From Vieux Port – 45’


2000 bikes with electric assistance in free-floating 
4500 scooters with electric assistance in free-floating 
Specific parking spots will be set up


All parkings will open 3H30 before matches kick-off

Park and ride available throughout town with La Métropole – Aix-Marseille-Provence 

P5 – Accessibility parking
Access by Rue Raymond Teisseire and Impasse de l'Ola

PM – Motorbikes
Access by boulevard Rabat crossroads / Rue Raymond Teisseire from Square Paul Mélizan

Park and ride – All information available here
Accessibility parking –
A parking spot is included with every accessibility ticket, limited to available spots (booking available here)

Mobimétropole Service – Accessibility and on-demand service (transport possible from door to door) 7d/7
Booking from Monday through Saturday by calling +33 (0)4 91 10 59 00


In line with our objective to deliver a responsible event, France 2023 and TotalEnergies, Official Sponsor of Rugby World Cup France 2023, are pleased to announce the launch of a car sharing platform, which will help make your way to the stadiums.

 All information and booking on: