Centre sportif de Colovray Nyon


  • Stade Nyonnais
  • RC Nyon
  • U-19 European Championships 2004
  • U-17 Football Championship Women 2008
  • Semi-finals and final of the UEFA Youth League 2013/14

The Centre sportif de Colovray is a multi-purpose stadium in Nyon ( Switzerland ). It is the home ground of up to 2012 in the Challenge League playing Stade Nyonnais and the two-time Swiss champion rugby RC Nyon.

The Centre sportif de Colovray consists of a stadium with 7,200 seats, of which 860 seats, as well as three natural and artificial turf. It is the largest stadium in the town of Nyon, the headquarters of the European football's governing body UEFA. The main playing field is surrounded by an athletics track.

The highest number of audience was recorded on 29 July 2001, when 6,800 spectators watched the match between Stade Nyonnais and Real Madrid. In the stadium the final of the U-19 Football Championship in 2004 and the U-17 Football Championship Women 2008 have been played. Since 2009, available in the Centre sportif the finals held at the U-17 football championship of women.

During the 2008 European Football Championship, the Turkish national team trained at the Centre sportif.

The Venue Stade Nyonnais will be on 11 and April 14, 2014 hosted the semi-finals and final of the UEFA Youth League, which went into their first season 2013/14.