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Section Paloise

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Established
1902 (118 years old)

Sport
Rugby

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Stade du Hameau
(18,324 Capacity)

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Location
Pau, France

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French Top 14

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Section Paloise Béarn Pyrénées, commonly called Pau , is a French rugby union club from Pau in Pyrénées-Atlantiques competing in Top 14, the highest level of the French league system. They most recently earned promotion by winning the championship of the second-level Rugby Pro D2 in 2015, nine years after having been relegated from the top flight.

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Stade du Hameau is a multi-use stadium in Pau, France. It is currently used mostly for rugby union matches and is the home stadium of Section Paloise and Pau FC. The stadium is able to hold 18,000 people. Stade du Hameau, in Pau, will be renovated from March 2016, for a delivery in September, 2017. François Bayrou, Chairman of the Metropolitan District and mayor of Pau, presented the project in October 2015. The forum Auchan will be spread to pass of 2900 on 5500 places whereas a new forum goes to see the day on the Northwest side of the ground. In the end, the capacity of the stage will pass of about 14000 today in 18500. The budget of the works is estimated at 15 million euros.
On February 22, 2019, it. hosted a Six Nations Under 20s Championship between France and Scotland with France winning 42 - 27.

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