Stade Dominique-Duvauchelle

  • U.S. Créteil
  • Games for U.S. Créteil
  • French Athletics Championships 1989
  • Friendship Internationals

The Stade Dominique Duvauchelle, is a football stadium with track and field facility in the French city of Créteil, Val -de- Marne department in the Île- de -France.


The football club U.S. Créteil plays its games here, who played in the north of the city at the Stade Desmont before 1983. Named the stadium is named after the sports journalists Dominique Duvauchelle, who died shortly before the opening. It is fully stocked with 12,150 seats, spread over four stands. The official gallery with 5500 seats, the President rank with 1150 seats, and North and South Stand, each with 2500 seats. Around the stadium are 869 parking spaces available. The floodlights provides 1085 lux Around the stadium are three more soccer fields and a large tennis facility with ten seats in the municipal sports park.

The sports facility was repeatedly the scene of national and international sporting events. 1989 took place the French Athletics Championships in Créteil. On November 14, 1999 the meeting point between the U-18 football teams of France and Italy. Senegal and Cameroon denied on 9 February 2005 in a friendly match in the arena. Likewise, as the teams from Senegal and Morocco met in December 2007. ( German: Overseas Cup ) On 4 October 2008, the first final of the new French Coupe de l' Outre- Mer was fought and won it against Martinique Reunion 1-0 gates.