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Hi can i get the address to this arena or atleast two intersecting streets near by the arena because i will be going there in november for a big b-boying event (Battle of the year) and i want to book a hotel near by the arena.
Well, I don't know its exact location, but, here is some info (with a Gmaps link), posted by Chrispic :):

Location: Pérols, FRANCE. It's close to Montpellier, a city of 251,000 inhabitants in the south of France, 7km from the Mediterranean Sea. La Grande Salle is located on the "Parc des Expositions" (exhibition parc) of Montpellier, itself located in Pérols (8,500 inhabitants), a city of "Montpellier Agglomération" (administrative boundary).
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Small Stadia (I)

Location: Caen, Basse-Normandie
Name: Stade Michel d'Ornano
Tenant: Stade Malherbe Caen-Calvados-Basse-Normandie

Capacity: 21,251 seats (30 suites)
Opening: 1993









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Location: Montbéliard (Sochaux), Franche-Comté
Name: Stade Auguste Bonal
Tenant: FC Sochaux-Montbéliard

Capacity: 20,005 seats (26 suites)
Opening: 2000









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Location: Sedan, Champagne-Ardenne
Name: Stade Louis Dugauguez
Tenant: CS Sedan-Ardennes

Capacity: 23,189 seats (52 suites)
Opening: 2001









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Location: Reims, Champagne-Ardenne
Name: Stade Auguste Delaune
Tenant: Stade de Reims

Capacity: 22,915 seats (32 suites)
Opening: 2008





 

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Small Stadia (II)

Location: Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées
Name: Stade Ernest Wallon
Tenant: Stade Toulousain,
Rugby
Capacity: 19,506 seats (30 suites)
Opening: 1982 (last expansion: 2002)









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Location: Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon
Name: Stade Yves du Manoir
Tenant: Montpellier-Herault RC,
Rugby
Capacity: 12,726 all-seater / 15,000 with standing areas (24 suites)
Opening: 2007









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Location: Grenoble, Rhône-Alpes
Name: Stade des Alpes
Tenant: Grenoble Foot 38

Capacity: 20,068 seats, expandable to 28K (16 suites, 16 additional ones can be added if needed)
Opening: 2008









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Location: Paris, Ile de France
Name: Stade Sébastien Charléty
Tenants: Paris Université Club & Paris FC

Capacity: 20,000 seats
Opening: 1994

Stade Charléty hosts the annual IAAF DecaNation, the final of the French American-Football League, some Baseball events and also Rugby League games (such as the Rugby League Four-Nations in 2009)






 

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Progress of works at Lille (May 2010) :

Location: Lille, Nord-Pas de Calais
Name: "Grand Stade" (New Stadium)
Tenant: Lille Olympique SC-Lille Métropole
Capacity: 50,157 seats (4,965 business seats + 83 suites)
Opening: 2012 (under construction)
Architects: Atelier Pierre Ferret, Valode & Pistre, IOSIS, jointly with Eiffage (construction)
Cost: €620-700M (Public–Private Partnership: Local Authorities & Eiffage + naming rights)
Retractable Roof + Movable Pitch (Indoor arena under the pitch)
Renewable energy (photovoltaic cells & wind turbines)
Rainwater collection system

(Euro 2016 candidate City)





Indoor Arena configuration:




Other renders & pics on post #873 & #821 or in its thread.
 

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Some renderings of the movable pitch and the indoor arena at the Lille Stadium :

Location: Lille, Nord-Pas de Calais
Name: "Grand Stade" (New Stadium)
Tenant: Lille Olympique SC-Lille Métropole
Capacity: 50,157 seats (4,965 business seats + 83 suites)
Opening: 2012 (under construction)
Architects: Atelier Pierre Ferret, Valode & Pistres, IOSIS, jointly with Eiffage (construction)
Cost: €620-700M (Public–Private Partnership: Local Authorities & Eiffage + naming rights)
Retractable Roof + Movable Pitch (Indoor arena under the pitch)
Renewable energy (photovoltaic cells & wind turbines)
Rainwater collection system

(Euro 2016 candidate City)


















Other renderings & pics on post #873, #821 & #1026 or in its thread.
 

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First rendering & plans of the new Stadium de Toulouse :

Location: Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées
Name: Stadium Municipal (Refurbishment & Extension)
Tenant: Toulouse FC
Extension: 35,575 --> 40/43,000 seats (33 suites)
Opening: 2014
Architects: Cardete & Huet
Cost: €54M (100% public: Local Authorities)
Rainwater collection system

(Euro 2016 candidate City)



Seating bowl plan: Current Stadium & project (rebuilding of the lower tiers + extension of the second ring):

Section plan: Current Stadium & project

First rendering:


Current stadium:




 

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Hi can i get the address to this arena or atleast two intersecting streets near by the arena because i will be going there in november for a big b-boying event (Battle of the year) and i want to book a hotel near by the arena.
Here is the location: http://maps.google.fr/maps?hl=fr&ie=UTF8&ll=43.57331,3.95172&spn=0.005814,0.013937&t=h&z=17
Arena Montpellier Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Montp...67066156890?v=app_2344061033&ajaxpipe=1&__a=8


Update of "La Grande Salle / L'Arena" U/C near Montpellier, south of France, June 15th 2010:

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Location: Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Name: Stade Vélodrome (Refurbishment and Extension)
Tenant: Olympique de Marseille
Extension: 60,031 --> 67,548 seats (6,000 VIP seats)
Opening: 2014
Architects: SCAU, Atelier 9, jointly with Bouygues (construction)
Cost: €273M (Public–Private Partnership: Local authorities & Bouygues + naming rights ?)
Renewable energy (photovoltaic cells & wind turbines)
Rainwater collection system

(Euro 2016 candidate City)



Here are the first official renderings & pics of the refurbished Vélodrome....





























Other renders & pics on its thread.
 

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Small Stadia (III)

Location: Calais, Nord-Pas de Calais
Name: Stade de l'Épopée
Tenant: Calais Racing Union FC

Capacity: 12,432 seats, expandable to 18K
Opening: 2008









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Location: Troyes, Champagne-Ardenne
Name: Stade de l'Aube
Tenant: Espérance Sportive Troyes-Aube-Champagne

Capacity: 21,877 seats
Opening: 1924 (last expansion: 2004)









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Location: Monaco (Fontvieille), Monaco
Name: Stade Louis II
Tenant: AS Monaco FC

Capacity: 18,523 seats
Opening: 1985 (last expansion: 2002)









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Location: Amiens, Picardie
Name: Stade de la Licorne
Tenant: Amiens SC

Capacity: 12,097 seats, expandable to 20K
Opening: 1999





 

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Maybe a little bit offtopic, because it isn't "brand new", but since I like its design and since it's one of the best specific rugby stadiums in France... :)



Location: Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon
Name: Stade Yves du Manoir (New Stadium)
Tenant: Montpellier-Herault RC, Rugby
Capacity: 12,726 all-seater / 15,000 with standing areas (470 business seats + 24 suites)
Opening: 2007
Architects: A+ Architecture
Cost: €63M (100% Public: Local authorities)
Renewable energy (photovoltaic cells & solar-thermal panels)
Rainwater collection system












The Wallabies at Yves du Manoir

Love, love, love this stadium.
 
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