- Address: Radès
- Country: Tunisia
- Capacity: 60,000
- Opened: 6 July 2001
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Club Africain (football), ES Tunis (football)
Extra stadium info – Stade Olympique Hammadi Agrebi
The stadium, which is also used for athletics, opened with a football match. In 2004, the venue hosted its first-ever final of the African championship for national football teams. 60,000 people in showed up for the game. Tunisia won the final after beating Morocco 2-1. Francileudo Silva dos Santos scored the first goal for Tunisia and Ziad Jaziri scored the second Tunisian goal. Youssef Mokhtari scored the only goal for Morocco. Morocco reached the final after beating Mali and Tunisia reached the final after defeating Nigeria.
The national football team of Tunisia
The national football team of Tunisia, nicknamed Aigles de Carthage (Eagles of Carthage), played numerous matches at the stadium named Stade Olympique Hammadi Agrebi. In 1978, they played their first-ever FIFA World Cup games. Tunisia won their first-ever FIFA World Cup match 3-1. It was a game against the United Mexican States, commonly known as Mexico. Tunisia became the first African team with a FIFA World Cup victory after defeating the Mexicans. The Tunisians lost their second FIFA World Cup game. Their third world championship game ended in a goalless draw.
Club Africain and Espérance Sportive de Tunis
Club Africain and their arch-rivals Espérance Sportive de Tunis use the stadium for home games. ES Tunis was founded in 1919 and Club Africain was founded in 1920. They became the first football clubs from Tunisia with 10 top-flight football league titles. Club African and ES Tunis both won their first African championship title in the 1990s. Club Africain won their first African championship title after winning a two-legged final in 1991. In 1994, Espérance Sportive de Tunis won their first continental championship title after beating the Egyptian side Zamalek in a two-legged final.