The Stade Josy Barthel is the current national stadium of Luxembourg, hosting the country’s national football and rugby union teams. Originally known as the Stade Municipal when it opened in 1931, the stadium was completely rebuilt in 1990 and was renamed after Joseph (“Josy”) Barthel in 1993 – Luxembourg’s only Olympic gold medal winner.
With a capacity of just under 8,000 and surrounded by an athletics track, the stadium has been deemed outdated and is set to be replaced by the new Stade de Luxembourg in 2021.
Tenants: Luxembourg national football team
Address: 1 Rue du Stade, 1140 Luxembourg
Tickets at Stade Josy Barthel
Luxembourg national football team Tickets
Luxembourg national football team tickets are available to purchase online here. For the Luxembourg v Scotland friendly match in June, tickets cost €10 or €20.
Location & Travel to Stade Josy Barthel
The Stade Josy Barthel is located about 1.8 kilometres from the centre of Luxembourg City, the capital city of Luxembourg.
Airport: Luxembourg Airport is the only airport in the country, offering a number of flights across Europe. The airport is located approximately 7 kilometres to the east of Luxembourg City, with bus routes 16 and 29 offering a link between the two with a journey time of 20 minutes.
Train: Luxembourg railway station is the city’s main station, located 1.5 kilometres south of the city or just under 3 kilometres from the city. The station offers services across the country or internationally to Brussels, Koblenz, Nice and Paris.
It will take you just over 30 minutes to walk to the stadium from the station, or you can catch the tram to the nearest stop at Centre, Stäreplaz / Étoile (see below).
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Tram: The closest tram station to the stadium is Centre, Stäreplaz / Étoile – approximately a 10 minute walk away along Route d’Arlon.
Walk: Walking from the city to the stadium takes about 20 minutes through Parc municipal de Luxembourg and along Route d’Arlon.