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France 1998 World Cup matches, by Stadium.

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Bordeaux: Stade Lescure

Bordeaux

France 98 Stadiums: Stade Chaban-Delmas (Parc de Lescure) is the home of FC Girondins de Bordeaux.
Stade Chaban-Delmas (Parc de Lescure),  the home of FC Girondins de Bordeaux, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Thursday, 11th June: Italy vs Chile (2:2)

Tuesday, 16th June: Scotland vs Norway (1:1)

Saturday, 20th June: Belgium vs Mexico (2:2)

Wednesday, 24th June: South Africa vs Saudi Arabia (2:2)

Friday, 26th June: Argentina vs Croatia (1:0)

Second Round: Romania vs Croatia (0:1)

Lens: Stade Felix Bollaert

Lens

France 98 Stadiums: Stade Felix Bollaert is the home of Racing Club de Lens.
Stade Felix Bollaert, the home of Racing Club de Lens, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Friday, 12th June: Saudi Arabia vs Denmark (0:1)

Sunday, 14th June: Jamaica vs Croatia (1:3)

Sunday, 21st June: Germany vs Yugoslavia (2:2)

Wednesday, 24th June: Spain vs Bulgaria (6:1)

Friday, 26th June: Colombia vs England (0:2)

Second Round: France vs Paraguay (1:0 aet)

Lyon: Stade Gerland

Lyon

France 98 Stadiums: Stade Gerland is the home of Olympique Lyonnais.
Stade Gerland, the home of Olympique Lyonnais, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Saturday, 13th June: South Korea vs Mexico (1:3)

Monday, 15th June: Romania vs Colombia (1:0)

Sunday, 21st June: United States vs Iran (1:2)

Wednesday, 24th June: France vs Denmark (2:1)

Friday, 26th June: Japan vs Jamaica (1:2)

Quarter-finals: Germany vs Croatia (0:3)

Marseilles: Stade Velodrome

Marseille

France 98 Stadiums: Stade Vélodrome is the home of Olympique de Marseille.
Stade Vélodrome, the home of Olympique de Marseille, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Friday, 12th June: France vs South Africa (3:0)

Monday, 15th June: England vs Tunisia (2:0)

Saturday, 20th June: Holland vs South Korea (5:0)

Tuesday, 23rd June: Brazil vs Norway (1:2)

Second Round: Italy vs Norway (1:0)

Quarter-finals: Holland vs Argentina (2:1)

Montpellier: Stade de la Mosson

Montpellier

France 98 Stadiums: Stade de la Mosson is the home of Montpellier Hérault.
Stade de la Mosson, the home of Montpellier Hérault, staged seven World Cup matches in France 98.

Wednesday, 10th June: Morocco vs Norway (2:2)

Friday, 12th June: Paraguay vs Bulgaria (0:0)

Wednesday, 17th June: Italy vs Cameroon (3:0)

Monday, 22nd June: Colombia vs Tunisia (1:0)

Thursday, 25th June: Germany vs Iran (2:0)

Second Round: Germany vs Mexico (2:1)

Semi-finals: Brazil vs Holland (1:1 aet) 4:2pens

Nantes: Stade de la Beaujoire

Nantes

France 98 Stadiums: Stade de la Beaujoire is the home of FC Nantes.
Stade de la Beaujoire (Louis Fonteneau), the home of FC Nantes, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Saturday, 13th June: Spain vs Nigeria (2:3)

Tuesday, 16th June: Brazil vs Morocco (3:0)

Saturday, 20th June: Japan vs Croatia (0:1)

Tuesday, 23rd June: Chile vs Cameroon (1:1)

Thursday, 25th June: United States vs Yugoslavia (0:1)

Quarter-finals: Brazil vs Denmark (3:2)

Paris: Parc des Princes

Paris

France 98 Stadiums: Parc des Princes is the home of Paris Saint-Germain.
Parc des Princes, the home of Paris Saint-Germain, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Monday, 15th June: Germany vs United States (2:0)

Friday, 19th June: Nigeria vs Bulgaria (1:0)

Sunday, 21st June: Argentina vs Jamaica (5:0)

Thursday, 25th June: Belgium vs South Korea (1:1)

Second Round: Brazil vs Chile (4:1)

Third-Place Match: Holland vs Croatia (1:2)

Saint-Denis: Stade de France

Saint-Denis
(Suburb of Paris)

France 98 Stadiums: Stade de France in the Saint-Denis suburb of Paris. France 98 Stadiums: Stade de France was specifically built for the France 98 World Cup Finals.
Stade de France was specifically built for the France 98 World Cup Finals and staged nine World Cup matches in France 98; including the 1998 World Cup Final.

Wednesday, 10th June: Brazil vs Scotland (2:1)

Saturday, 13th June: Holland vs Belgium (0:0)

Thursday, 18th June: France vs Saudi Arabia (4:0)

Tuesday, 23rd June: Italy vs Austria (2:1)

Friday, 26th June: Romania vs Tunisia (1:1)

Second Round: Nigeria vs Denmark (1:4)

Quarter-finals: Italy vs France (0:0 aet) 3:4pens

Semi-finals: France vs Croatia (2:1)

1998 World Cup Final: Brazil vs France (0:3)

St. Etienne: Stade Geoffroy Guichard

Saint-Etienne

France 98 Stadiums: Stade Geoffroy Guichard is the home of AS Saint Etienne.
Stade Geoffroy Guichard, the home of Association Sportive de Saint Etienne, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Sunday, 14th June: Yugoslavia vs Iran (1:0)

Wednesday, 17th June: Chile vs Austria (1:1)

Friday, 19th June: Spain vs Paraguay (0:0)

Tuesday, 23rd June: Scotland vs Morocco (0:3)

Thursday, 25th June: Holland vs Mexico (2:2)

Second Round: Argentina vs England (2:2 aet) 4:3pens

Toulouse: Stadium Municipal

Toulouse

France 98 Stadiums: Stadium Municipal is the home of Toulouse Football Club.
Stadium Municipal, the home of Toulouse Football Club, staged six World Cup matches in France 98.

Thursday, 11th June: Cameroon vs Austria (1:1)

Sunday, 14th June: Argentina vs Japan (1:0)

Thursday, 18th June: South Africa vs Denmark (1:1)

Monday, 22nd June: Romania vs England (2:1)

Wednesday, 24th June: Nigeria vs Paraguay (1:3)

Second Round: Holland vs Yugoslavia (2:1)

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