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Stadium de Toulouse Toulouse

Stadium de Toulouse is one of the oldest major stadiums in France. Originally constructed for the 1938 FIFA World Cup, it's the home of Toulouse FC and is regularly used by both Stade Toulousain and the French national football team.

Since it was first constructed, Stadium de Toulouse has undergone three major renovations. During its time in use, it has also been used to host games at several major sporting events, including the 1998 FIFA World Cup, the 2007 Rugby World Cup and UEFA Euro 2016. It has also hosted major concerts and rugby league test matches.

At the 2007 Rugby World Cup, Stadium de Toulouse was the site of one of the French rugby team's greatest victories. In a pool-stage match, Les Bleus powered past Namibia 87-10. Following this, the stadium saw an all-time great performance from the All Blacks, who beat Romania 85-8.

During Rugby World Cup 2023, Stadium de Toulouse will host five pool-stage games, including matches involving New Zealand, Japan and Fiji.

Games at Stadium de Toulouse

New Zealand
New Zealand
15:00
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Namibia
Namibia
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Local time:  
19:00 Fri, 15 Sep
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
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New Zealand
100%
0%
Namibia
Georgia
Georgia
08:00
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Final qualifier winner
Final qualifier winner
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
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12:00 Sat, 23 Sep
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Fiji
Fiji
15:00
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Final qualifier winner
Final qualifier winner
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Local time:  
19:00 Sun, 8 Oct
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Japan
Japan
07:00
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Chile
Chile
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Local time:  
11:00 Sun, 10 Sep
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Who is your pick to win?
Japan
89%
11%
Chile
Japan
Japan
15:00
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Samoa
Samoa
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Local time:  
19:00 Thu, 28 Sep
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
Who is your pick to win?
Japan
75%
25%
Samoa

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