Stade Armand Cesari


The Stade Armand Cesari ( German Armand- Cesari Stadium ), named after its location in Furiani, a border community of the Corsican town of Bastia, and Stade Furiani ( German Furiani Stadium ) is a football stadium in France.

It was opened in 1932, in the meantime been renovated several times and today has a capacity of 16,480 seats, of which all seats are seats. The colors of the seat pans are the traditional colors of the club, white and blue, inspired.

The local football club SC Bastia plays its home games from here. The main grandstand is named after the longtime player Claude Papi, the East Stand after the successful coach of the 1970s, Pierre Cahuzac named. 1992 was the scene of the drama of Furiani (see here).