- Address: Boulevard de Léningrad, Le Havre
- Country: French Republic
- Capacity: 25,000
- Opened: 12 July 2012
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Havre AC (football)
Extra stadium info – Stade Océane
The construction of the football venue started in 2010. Its construction costs were €101 million. The stadium opened with a football match between Havre AC and LOSC. On 8 June 2019, the venue hosted its first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup match. The women’s national football team of Spain won the game against South Africa 3-1. 12,000 spectators showed up for the match. The women’s national football teams of the Argentine Republic, Brazil, China, England, the French Republic, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United States also played in the FIFA Women’s World Cup at the Stade Océane.
Havre Athletic Club, the most popular sports club from Le Havre, moved to the Stade Océane in 2012. The club was founded in 1872 under a different name. They were promoted to the French top-flight football league several times. In 1899, Havre Athletic Club became the third football club with a French championship title. In 1959, they won the French cup competition for the first time in their history. They won the title after beating FC Sochaux-Montbéliard.
Riyad Karim Mahrez, who played numerous matches for the national football team of Algeria, is one of the former players of HAC. He won the world famous Premier League with Leicester City FC before he became the most expensive African football player ever. He became the most expensive African football player ever when he signed with Manchester City in 2018. Riyad Mahrez won the Premier League and the FA Cup, the most famous English competitions, in his first football season with Manchester City FC. He played one UEFA Champions League final with Manchester City before he moved to Al-Ahli SFC from Saudi Arabia in 2023.