France’s major football stadiums received a much-needed makeover for the Euro 2016 Championships. Some spectacular new arenas were built, others got renovated, while many smaller clubs had already built new smaller stadiums in previous years. However, attendances have only picked up modestly, which is a shame considering the much-improved matchday experience.

CityClubStadiumCap.
AjaccioAC AjaccioStade Francois Coty10,660
AngersAngers SCOStade Jean Bouin16,500
AnnecyFC AnnecyParc des Sports15,660
AuxerreAJ AuxerreStade Abbe Deschamps21,379
BastiaSC BastiaStade Armand Cesari16,480
BordeauxGirondins de BordeauxMatmut Atlantique42,115
Bordeaux--Stade Chaban-Delmas34,263
BrestStade Brestois 29Stade Francis-Le Ble15,097
CaenStade Malherbe CaenStade Michel d'Ornano21,000
DijonDijon FCOStade Gaston-Gerard16,098
GrenobleGrenoble Foot 38Stade des Alpes20,000
GuingampEA GuingampStade du Roudourou18,250
Le HavreHavre ACStade Oceane25,278
Le MansLe Mans FCMMArena25,000
LensRC LensStade Bollaert-Delelis38,223
LilleLille OSCStade Pierre Mauroy50,000
LorientFC LorientStade Yves Allainmat18,500
LyonOlympique LyonnaisParc Olympique Lyonnais59,186
Lyon--Stade Gerland40,494
MarseilleOlympique de MarseilleStade Velodrome67,000
MetzFC MetzStade Saint-Symphorien26,600
MonacoAS Monaco FCStade Louis II18,523
MontbeliardFC SochauxStade Auguste Bonal20,000
MontpellierMontpellier HSCStade de la Mosson32,900
NancyAS Nancy LorraineStade Marcel-Picot20,087
NantesFC NantesStade de La Beaujoire37,473
NiceOGC NiceAllianz Riviera35,624
NimesNimes OlympiqueStade des Costieres29,487
ParisParis Saint-GermainParc des Princes48,527
ReimsStade de ReimsStade Auguste Delaune21,684
RennesStade Rennais FCStade de la Route de Lorient29,778
Saint-Denis--Stade de France80,000
Saint-EtienneAS Saint-EtienneStade Geoffroy Guichard41,500
ToulouseToulouse FCStadium de Toulouse35,472
TroyesES Troyes ACStade de l'Aube20,400
ValenciennesValenciennes FCStade du Hainaut24,926