Stade des Costieres

Key facts

Club: Nîmes Olympique | Opening: 1989 | Capacity: 29,487 (11,005 standing)

History and description

Stade des Costières officially opened on 15 February 1989 with a friendly international between the French and Dutch national teams.

The attendances record was set during the 1991-92 season when 25,051 spectators attended a league match between Nîmes and Marseille.

How to get to Stade des Costieres

Stade des Costières is located on the southern edge of the city of Nîmes at just over 2 kilometres from its historic centre and main railway station.

While the stadium is at walking distance from Nîmes centre, an alternative is taking a bus, which can be done from the Amphitheatre or main railway station. Take bus I in the direction of Mas de Vignolles and get off at stop Costieres right in front of the stadium. Buses run regularly and the journey only takes 10 minutes.

An alternative is Trambus T1, which can be caught from the Amphitheatre and leaves you right in front of the stadium as well. Get off at stop Costières.

Address: 123 Avenue de la Bouvine, 30023 Nîmes

Nimes Olympique Tickets

Tickets for Nîmes Olympique games can be bought online, at the club store at 44 Boulevard Victor Hugo in Nîmes’ historic centre, or at the ticket windows of Stade des Costieres on the day of the match.

Tickets cost €5.00 for a place at the terraces behind the goal, €15.00 for a seat at the south stand, or €25.00 for a seat at the north stand.

For more information call +33 (0) 4 66 29 08 76 or email billetterie@nimesolympique.fr.

Photos of Stade des Costieres

Relevant Internet links

Nimes-olympique.com – Official website of Nîmes Olympique.
Ot-nimes.fr – Website of the Nîmes tourist office.
Tangobus.fr – Nîmes public transport information.