Stade de Nice

Capacity: 35 983 places


Home to Ligue 1 club OGC Nice, Stade de Nice is another RWC 2023 host venue that also staged matches during UEFA Euro 2016 and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019. The stadium hosted its only test to date on 17 August, 2019, when Maxime Médard scored two tries to help France to a 32-3 win over Scotland. RC Toulonnais have also played some Top 14 home matches at the stadium.

Stade de Nice is scheduled to host four matches during RWC 2023, with Wales, England, Japan, Italy and Scotland among the teams that will play on its manicured turf. 






On match days, tram lines 2 and 3 ending at Saint-Isidore (from city centre) will go directly to the stadium 4 hours before kick-off



From Thiers station – Line T1: Direction Hôpital Pasteur, stop: Jean Médecin / Line T2
From the city centre – Line T2: Direction CADAM, stop: Grand Arenas / Line T3 : Direction Saint-Isidore, stop: Stade
From the airport – Line T3: Direction Saint-Isidore, stop: Stade
From Nice Saint-Augustin station – Line L2: from Grand Arénas, stop: Stade


« Chemins de fer de Provence » line (Provence’s railroad) – Stop: Saint-Isidore (10’ walk to the stadium)
Warning: This line will not be functional on Wednesday, 20 September. 

Regional train - Stop: Nice Saint-Augustin / Tramway L2 to the stadium 
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Direct shuttles will be available from the Rugby Village located in Jardin Albert Ier

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All parkings will open 3H30 before matches kick-off

P1bis – General public
Reach Avenue Sainte Marguerite or Avenue Simone Veil, then follow Avenue Pierre de Coubertin

P Moto – Motorbikes
Reach Avenue Pierre de Coubertin, then turn right at the traffic light

P5 – General public
Access by Boulevard Jean Luciano or Boulevard du Mercantour

P0 – Accessibility parking
Access by Boulevard des Jardiniers

P4 – General public
Access by Chemin de la Glacière

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


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.

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