- Address: 111 route de Lorient, Rennes
- Country: French Republic
- Capacity: 29,000
- Opened: 15 September 1912
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Stade rennais (football)
Extra stadium info – Roazhon Park
The Roazhon Park was named Stade de la Route de Lorient. Roazhon is the Breton name of Rennes. The venue, which was renovated several times, hosted seven FIFA Women’s World Cup matches in 2019. The first one took place on 8 June 2019. The women’s national football team of Germany won the game against China 1-0. Giulia Ronja Gwinn scored the only goal of the match, which attracted a crowd of 15,000. The women’s national football teams of Chile, the French Republic, Japan, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Scotland, Sweden and Thailand also played at the Roazhon Park during the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Stade rennais, one of the first sports clubs from the French Republic with 100,000 followers on its main social media page, use the Roazhon Park for home matches. The club was founded in 1901. In 1965, they won the French cup tournament for the first time in their history after beating the club which is currently known as CS Sedan Ardennes. Stade rennais drew an average home attendance of 11,000 during that domestic league season. In 1971, they won the French cup tournament for the second time in their history after beating Olympique lyonnais. In 2019, Stade rennais won the French cup tournament for the third time in their history. They won the cup after defeating Paris Saint-Germain in front of 75,000 spectators.