Thursday 14 September 2017, 14:56

Stade des Alpes

Located in the centre of Grenoble close to Paul-Mistral Park, the 18,000-capacity Stade des Alpes was built on the site of the Stade Charles-Berty, which was demolished in 2003. The stadium has been home to GF38 since it opened in February 2008 and now plays host to rugby side FC Grenoble Rugby as well, while also having welcomed international football. France's men's team overcame Ecuador 2-0 at the Stade des Alpes in a warm-up game ahead of UEFA EURO 2008, and the women's side appeared there for the first time in 2016, during a tour of candidate cities for the FIFA Women's World Cup™ 2019. That same year, the French Women's Cup final was held at the ground.


1 avenue de Valmy, 38000 Grenoble

Getting there by public transport:

  • By shuttle bus: From Grand Sablon park and ride (six minutes)

  • By bus: Lines 14 and 15 (disembark at Flandrin-Valmy), Line 13 (disembark at Chavant), Line 12 (disembark at Bir Hakeim)

  • By tramway: Lines C and C1 (disembark at Grenoble Hôtel de Ville), Line A (disembark at Chavant)

Persons with reduced mobility:

The entire tram network is 100% accessible. Persons with reduced mobility can travel to the stadium by minibus using the Flexo+ service. Information:

Other ways to reach the stadium:

  • The stadium is served by 150 parking spaces and a number of cycle lanes.

  • Less than a 30-minute walk from the centre of Grenoble.

  • Seven park and rides where you can park your car and use public transport.

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