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Stade Français Paris

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Established
1883 (141 years old)

Sport
Rugby

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Stade Jean-Bouin
(20,000 Capacity)

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Paris, France

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French Top 14

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02/03 Stade Franç - Section Palo
09/03 Stade Rochel - Stade Franç
23/03 Stade Franç - Lyon OU
30/03 Montpellier - Stade Franç
20/04 Stade Franç - Aviron Bayon

Results
24/02 Racing Métr 11 - 27 Stade Franç
17/02 Stade Franç 32 - 19 USA Perpigna
03/02 Oyonnax Rugb 19 - 23 Stade Franç
27/01 Union Bordea 26 - 30 Stade Franç
20/01 Stade Franç 20 - 24 Stormers

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Stade Français CASG (French pronunciation: ​) is a French professional rugby union club based in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. The club plays in the Top 14 domestic league in France and is one of the most successful French clubs of the modern era.

Stade Français was founded in 1883; its traditional home is Stade Jean-Bouin, though the club has recently played some home games at the 80,000-seat Stade de France, taking anywhere from two to five matches to the larger venue each season since 2005–06. Starting with the 2010–11 season, it moved its main home ground to the 20,000-capacity Stade Charléty in Paris to allow a new stadium to be built at the Jean-Bouin site. The club was founded in its current form in 1995 with the merger of the rugby sections of the Stade Français and Club Athlétique des Sports Généraux (CASG).

The team participated in the first French championship final in 1892, and went on to win numerous titles during the early 1900s. Stade Français spent about 50 years in the lower divisions of French rugby, until entrepreneur Max Guazzini took over in 1992, overseeing a rise to prominence, which saw the team returning to the elite division in just five seasons, and capture four French championships in seven years. After a financial crisis plagued the club in 2011, Guazzini sold a majority stake and stepped down as club president.

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Arraté





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Burban





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Clément





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Danty





Étien





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Giovanni





Godener





Gray





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Hall





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Kakovin





Kremer





Latu





Macalou





Maestri





Mavinga





Melikidze





Naivalu





Nayacalevu





Panis





Sanchez





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Stadium or Home

Stade Jean-Bouin is a multi-purpose stadium in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, France. The facility, across the street from the much larger Parc des Princes, is currently used mostly for rugby union matches and is the home stadium of Stade Français. Through 2006, it hosted the annual Paris Sevens event in the IRB Sevens World Series, but that event has since been discontinued. Before its temporary closure for an expansion project that began in summer 2010, it seated 12,000 people, and is named after the athlete Jean Bouin, a 1908 Olympian. The stadium reopened in 2013 with seating for 20,000 spectators.

To accommodate the expansion, Stade Français moved its primary home ground to Stade Sébastien Charléty, also in Paris, for 2010–11.

On 25 April 2013 it was announced that the semi-finals, third-place match, and the finals of the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup are to be held at Stade Jean-Bouin.

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