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Jan Breydel Stadium, Brugge

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Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus

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Jan Breydel Stadium, Brugge

Le stade Jan Breydel est un stade polyvalent situé à Sint-Andries, à Bruges, en Belgique. Le stade appartenant à la ville est le stade de deux clubs de football de haut niveau, le Club de Bruges et le Cercle de Bruges. Il est principalement utilisé pour les matchs de football, qui coûtent entre 5 et 60 €/place/match. Le stade a été construit en 1975. Il compte actuellement 29 042 places. Il porte le nom de Jan Breydel, instigateur des Matines de Bruges, l'insurrection qui a conduit à la bataille des Éperons d'Or. Avant 1999 et l'Euro 2000, le stade était connu sous le nom d'Olympiastadion, le stade olympique en néerlandais, et comptait 18 000 places. En décembre 2015, le terrain a été refait avec un gazon hybride exclusif italien (un mélange de gazon naturel et artificiel) appelé Mixto.

Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus

Il a été utilisé lors des Jeux olympiques d'été d'Athènes 1896, sous le nom de vélodrome Néo-Phaliron, où le Français Paul Masson a remporté les trois médailles d'or en cyclisme sur piste. Il a été rénové dans les années 1960 et a accueilli la finale de la Coupe des vainqueurs d'Europe de 1970-1971, la première compétition européenne. finale de football qui s'est déroulée en Grèce, entre Chelsea et le Real Madrid. Le premier match s'est terminé sur un score de 1 à 1, et lors de la rediffusion, Chelsea a gagné 2 à 1 pour remporter le trophée. Le stade a été entièrement reconstruit en 2004 pour devenir un stade toutes places d'une capacité de 32 115 places, prêt pour la compétition de football des Jeux olympiques d'été de 2004.


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