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Stade Louis Villemer, Saint-Lo

Published: Thursday 1 April 2010, 17.31CET
Home to FC Saint-Lô Manche, the Stade Louis Villemer was only built in 2001 and not offficially opened until the following year.
Stade Louis Villemer, Saint-Lo
Stade Louis Villemer in Saint-Lo ©UEFA.com
Published: Thursday 1 April 2010, 17.31CET

Stade Louis Villemer, Saint-Lo

Home to FC Saint-Lô Manche, the Stade Louis Villemer was only built in 2001 and not offficially opened until the following year.

The Stade Louis Villemer is home to FC Saint-Lô Manche and will hold two group games and one semi-final at the UEFA European Under-19 Championship.

Capacity: 4,659 (874 covered seats; 3,785 standing places)
Opened: 2002

• Built to replace the old Stade de la Falaise, the ground was constructed in 2001 and was officially opened in January 2002 when Saint-Lô Manche took on Pacy Vallée-d'Eure Football.

• The ground was named after Louis Villemer, the club's former president.

• The stadium's record crowd was 4,500 for a French Cup game against Ligue 1 side AC Ajaccio on 7 January 2006.

Last updated: 28/01/12 8.41CET

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