Key facts

Address Stade Toulousain, B.P 42354, 31022 Toulouse Cedex 2
Capacity 19,256 seats
Build Date 1890


Stade Ernest Wallon (Sept Deniers) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Toulouse, France. It is the permanent home of Stade Toulousain, a French rugby union club R.C. The total capacity of Stade Ernest Wallon is 19,500 people. However, the ground cannot be used for major games, and that is why European Rugby Champions Cup games and other big matches are usually moved to Stadium Municipal, which is twice bigger than Stade Ernest Wallon.

The stadium hosted the rugby league international games between the UK and France. In 2009, the ground was chosen for Gillette Four Nations game that took place between New Zealand and France. The game was visited by 12,412 fans.

The stadium is located on 10 hectares and has one main pitch as well as three secondary pitches. There is also the rugby school. Stade Ernest Wallon also features a Brasserie, clubhouse with restaurant, secretariat, 3 plant rooms, 6 rooms, 7 offices, a caretaker-ticket sales area.

There are all the necessary facilities provided for the teams. For instance, the first team can use a bodybuilding room, video equipment, 3 medical rooms, swimming pool, equipment room, steam room. There is also a separate office for the coaches. The other team can enjoy 8 changing rooms, 2 medical rooms, 2 equipment rooms (including rugby school) and 3 rooms.