Toulouse - Stadium Municipal
The Stadium Municipal in Toulouse has a long and rich history having been built in 1937 for the 1938 World Cup. It has undergone extensive renovations, in 1949 and 1997, and it has hosted six matches at the 1998 FIFA World Cup, as well as fixtures during the 2007 Rugby World Cup. The stadium, which is used by the respective Toulouse football and rugby teams, is set to host four matches during Euro 2016.
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Euro 2016 Fixtures - Stadium Municipal
5 things you didn't know about Toulouse:
- Toulouse is the centre of Europe's aerospace industry
- The world-renowned university of Toulouse is one of the oldest in the world after it was founded in 1229
- The 138 Tolosa asteroid was discovered in 1874 and named after the Latin name for Toulouse
- Two-thirds of the city's windows were shattered by the AZF chemical factory explosion, which claimed 30 lives, in September 2001
- Toulouse is known as 'The Pink City' because of the colour of the bricks used on most of the city's buildings
Local Delicacy: Toulouse is famous for the Saucisses de Toulouse, which is a type of sausage made in the region.
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