Stade Jean-Bouin (Paris)

The Stade Jean-Bouin is the home of Stade Français Paris Rugby, one of the most successful rugby union clubs in France. The stadium opened in 1925 and is named after the athlete Jean Bouin, who won a Silver medal in the 5,000 metres at the 1912 Summer Olympics and set world records in the 3,000 metres, 10,000 metres and one-hour run before his death serving during World War I.

The stadium has hosted the Paris Sevens, a leg on the World Rugby Sevens Series since 2016, as well as previously in 2005 and 2006. The semi-finals, third-place match and Final of the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup were also held there with England winning the tournament after defeating Canada 21-9.

Although predominantly a rugby venue, Red Star Football Club played their home matches there for several seasons in the late 2010 whilst Paris Saint-Germain Féminine have called the Stade Jean-Bouin home since 2018.

Tenants: Stade Français (Top 14), Paris Sevens (World Rugby Sevens Series) & Paris Saint-Germain Féminine (Division 1 Féminine)

Opened: 1925

Capacity: 20,000

Address: 20-40 Avenue du Général Sarrail, 75016 Paris, France



Tickets at Stade Jean-Bouin

Stade Français Tickets

Stade Français tickets are available to purchase through their official website here.

Paris Sevens Tickets

Paris Sevens tickets are available to purchase through the official French Rugby Federation website here.

Paris Saint-Germain Féminine Tickets

Paris Saint-Germain Féminine tickets are available to purchase through their official website here.


Location & Travel to Stade Jean-Bouin

The Stade Jean-Bouin is located in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, close to Paris-Saint Germain’s home ground of the Parc des Princes, as well a short walk from the French Open’s Stade Roland Garros.

Airport – Charles de Gaulle is the second largest airport in Europe and has flights to many international destinations. Located 30km north of the city, the airport has easy access to central Paris via the RER B train network (€10.30), with a travel time of about 35 minutes.

Orly Airport is the smaller airport but is still the second busiest in France. The airport largely serves domestic destinations and budget airlines. The free Orlyval metro service connects the airport with RER B train network at Antony station.

Thinking of going to Paris? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.

skyscanner generic 728x90

Bus – Bus lines 22, 62 and 72 all run from the city centre to nearby Porte de Saint-Cloud station which is a 5 minute walk from the stadium. Alternatively, bus 32 or 52 go to Porte d’Auteuil which is about a 10 minute walk.

Driving & Parking – Take the Porte d’Auteuil exit from the northern ring road or the Porte d’Auteuil / Porte Molitor exits from the southern ring road. Public parking is available at Porte d’Auteuil (1-3 Avenue du Général Sarrail, 75016) and Porte de Saint Cloud (2 Avenue de la Porte de Saint Cloud, 75016)

Metro & Train – The excellent and cheap Metro service (€1.90 per journey) has 14 different lines, whilst the RER subarban train line has 5 lines, so between them will get you close to most of Paris’ main destinations. Metro line 9 runs to Porte de Saint-Cloud station which is a 5 minute walk from the stadium, or line 10 runs to Porte d’Auteuil which is a 10 minute walk away.


Hotels near Stade Jean-Bouin

Read other traveller’s reviews and book your stay on TripAdvisor by clicking here.


Further Information

Stade Français Official Website

Paris Sevens Official Website

Paris Saint-Germain Féminine Official Website

Sports Tourist Paris City Guide

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.