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Stade De Nice | Rugby World Cup 2023 

Nice | Rugby World Cup 2023 

Boulevard des Jardiniers, Nice, 06200

Capacity - 35,983 

Built in 2013 with a capacity just shy of 36,000, the stadium is located 10km from Nice City Centre and will feature England’s second pool match against Japan.  The Stade de Nice (known as Allianz Riviera outside of Rugby World Cup) remains one of the most modern and innovative stadiums in France. 

Accessible Stade de Nice:   

Five outdoor elevators provide access to the forecourt. At the excavation level, call a steward who will guide you to the nearest elevator. 
Four public elevators located in the corners allow access to all levels. At ticket control, call a steward who will guide you to the nearest elevator.

Getting There by Public Transport 

Match day transportation is provided in all our travel packages, however, should you wish to make your own way to and/or from the stadium: 

On match days, tram lines 2 and 3 ending at Saint-Isidore (from city centre) will go directly to the stadium four hours before kick-off 


From Thiers station – Line T1: Direction Hôpital Pasteur, stop: Jean Médecin / Line T2 

From the city centre – Line T2: Direction CADAM, stop: Grand Arenas / Line T3 : Direction Saint-Isidore, stop: Stade 

From the airport – Line T3: Direction Saint-Isidore, stop: Stade 

Chemin de Fer de Provence 

Line « Chemin de fer de Provence » (Provence’s railroad) – Stop: Saint-Isidore (10 minute walk to the stadium) 

All information regarding Nice transport can be found at:  Lignes d'Azur ( 

Should you have any questions regarding match day travel, do visit our friendly team at the England Rugby Travel desk situated in your hotel or call our customer service helpline +44(0) 330 33 22 656. 

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