During the one-hour tour of the Stade de Luxembourg, you will experience an exclusive look behind the scenes, which are normally reserved for the teams, the press or important personalities, as well as the areas open to the public and the " sacred " turf.
Our guides will present you with a piece of sporting history and all kinds of facts about an exciting, modern building that is in no way inferior to the great stadiums in this world.
About Stade de Luxembourg
The national football and rugby stadium, known as the "Stade de Luxembourg", has 9,514 covered seats and is equipped with the latest standards of comfort, technology and safety. It can also be used to host sporting and cultural events on the adjacent multifunctional square. Spread over three levels (basement, ground floor, first floor), the Stade de Luxembourg is a modern infrastructure that complies with current standards (FIFA/UEFA standards, category 4 stadium & World Rugby standards). Ideally located on the southern border of the capital, between the Cloche d'Or and Kockelscheuer, the stadium offers easy access for all visitors, both from Luxembourg and abroad.