Stade de l’Aube - Troyes Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: September 4, 2021

exterior stade de l'aube

Stade de l’Aube is a multi-purpose sports venue located in the north-eastern commune of Troyes, which belongs to the Aube Department.

First built in 1956, the home ground of Troyes AC achieved its current capacity of 20,400 after undergoing renovation in 2004.

Troyes Stadium Guide

Stadium Facts

Overview
Team:Troyes
Opened:1925
Capacity:20,400
Address: Avenue Robert Schumann, Troyes, Grand Est, 10000
Pitch Size:105m x 68m
Record Attendance:20347
Stadium Owner:City of Troyes
Operator:Troyes AC
Wikipedia:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stade_de_l%27Aube
Construction Details
Broke Ground:1924
Built:1924-1925
Architect:Chabanne & Partners
Renovated:1956, 1999, 2004

Stade de l’Aube History

Stade de l’Aube first opened in 1956 however the site’s usage for football matches dates back anywhere between 20-30 years depending on which historians you believe.

The current 20,000 plus capacity stadium as we know it largely arrived after renovation work which occurred over a six year period between 1999 and 2004.

To date the record attendance of Stade de l’Aube is 20,347 which was achieved during a second division match between Troyes and Amiens SC on 18th May 2012.

An end of season fixture, fans flocked to the stadium to celebrate Troye’s promotion back to Ligue 1 as they secured a third place finish behind Reims and Bastia.

The highest level of football played Troyes Stadium has arguably been qualification matches of the UEFA Cup in the 2000/2001 season. After defeating MFK Ruzomberok, the club faced Leeds United but narrowly lost 6-5 on aggregate.

Participation came on the back of winning the Intertoto Cup by defeating Newcastle United in the final after defeating Wolfsburg and AIK en-route.

In June 2013 Stade de l’Aube became the first French football ground to incorporate a blend of artificial and natural grass which incorporates AirFibr hybrid turf technology.

Thought to make the playing surface more durable, maintaining a high quality pitch can often be expensive, and thus this has been seen as a financially prudent move.

Troyes Info

Full Name:ES Troyes AC
Rivals:Auxerre, Stade de Reims
Founded:1900
Team Colours:Blue and White
Club Mascot:Francky
Nicknames:ESTAC
Famous Players:Djibril Sidibé, Fabrice Nsakala, Suk Hyun-jun, Laurent Batlles, Bryan Mbeumo
Famous Managers:Laurent Batlles
Team Owner:City Football Group
Team Goalscorer:Benjamin Nivet (84)
Most Appearances:Benjamin Nivet (429)
Official Website:https://www.estac.fr/
Team Wikipedia:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ES_Troyes_AC

Stade de l’Aube Seating Plan

Below is a seating plan of Troyes's Stade de l’Aube:

Stade de l'aube troyes Seating Plan

Stand Photos

Stade de l’Aube is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West.

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium.

How to get to Stade de l’Aube

Where is Stade de l’Aube?


Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Stade de l’Aube?

French side Troyes play their home matches at Stade de l’Aube.

What is the capacity of Stade de l’Aube?

As of 2021 Stade de l’Aube has an official seating capacity of 20,400 for Football matches.

When was Stade de l’Aube opened?

Stade de l’Aube officially opened in 1925 and is home to Troyes

What is the postcode for Stade de l’Aube?

The postcode for Stade de l’Aube is 10000.

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Stade de l’Aube in 2021. Please visit the official website of Troyes for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.

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