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On Friday, 13 August 2021, Luxembourg City mayor Lydie Polfer, accompanied by a representative from the Ministry of Sport, held a press conference to present the website of Luxembourg's brand new stadium, Stade de Luxembourg. The media event was also attended by representatives of the Luxembourg Football Federation (Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Football – FLF) and the Luxembourg Rugby Federation (Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Rugby – FLR). The launch of this new digital showcase (accessible at comes a day before the FLF opens ticket sales for the first official football match at Stade de Luxembourg – a European knock-out stage match for the 2022 World Cup, between the national teams of Luxembourg and Azerbaijan, scheduled for 1 September 2021.

Everything you need to know to prepare your trip to the stadium

The new website for Stade de Luxembourg, Luxembourg's national football and rugby stadium, features three main sections, each providing a wealth of information to help visitors plan their trip to Stade de Luxembourg and make the most of their experience.

About Stade de Luxembourg

Stade de Luxembourg – Luxembourg's brand new national football and rugby stadium, with covered seating for 9,514 spectators – is fully compliant with the latest standards in terms of comfort, technology and safety, and features an adjoining multi-purpose space designed to accommodate a wide range of sporting and cultural events. Built on three levels (basement, ground floor and first floor), Stade de Luxembourg is a modern, category-4 facility, compliant with FIFA, UEFA and World Rugby standards. Owing to its ideal location on the southern boundary of Luxembourg City, between the Cloche d’Or district and Kockelscheuer, the stadium is easily accessible to both local and foreign visitors.

the department

Contact details

90, Boulevard de Kockelscheuer
L-1821 Luxembourg

Opening hours


8:30–11:30 and 14:30–16:30