- Address: 33 chaussée Bocquaine, Reims
- Country: French Republic
- Capacity: 21,000
- Opened: 2 June 1935
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Stade de Reims (football)
Extra stadium info – Stade Auguste-Delaune
The Stade Auguste-Delaune hosted its only FIFA World Cup match in 1938. The national football team of Hungary won the match against the national football team which is currently known as Indonesia 6-0. The stadium’s first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup match took place in 2019. The match was won by the women’s national football team of Norway after beating Nigeria 3-0 in front of 11,000 people. The Stade Auguste-Delaune also hosted FIFA Women’s World Cup games of Canada, the Italian Republic, Jamaica, Korea, the Netherlands, Spain, Thailand and the United States.
Stade de Reims
Stade de Reims use the venue for home games. The football club was founded in 1931. They won several French league titles. In 1949, Stade de Reims won the French top-flight football league for the first time in their history. In 1950, they won the French cup tournament for the first time in their history. A crowd of 61,000 showed up for their first-ever French cup final.
The European championship for football clubs
Stade de Reims lost two European championship finals in the 1950s. On 13 June 1956, they faced the Spanish side Real Madrid in the first-ever final of the European championship for football clubs. 38,000 spectators showed up for the final, which took place in Paris. Real Madrid won the final 4-3. In 1959, Stade de Reims played their second final of the European championship for football clubs. They faced Real Madrid again in that final. The Spanish club won the final 2-0, which took place in front of a crowd of 72,000 in the German city of Stuttgart. Real Madrid, the first sports club with 100 million followers on its main social media page, won various world championship titles.