Marie-Marvingt Stadium - Le Mans

Inaugurated on 29 January 2011, Le Mans Stadium a is a 25,064-seat stadium designed to host all major sporting events (rugby, football) as well as shows (concerts, operas). Located in the heart of Le Mans centre of excellence, this ultramodern venue is the first stadium in France to use naming rights, MMA being its namer until 2022. The life of the MMArena is punctuated by professional and amateur sports, local culture, motor sports, national and international events. The arena has notably hosted matches of the French U23 football team, the French women's football team, rugby and American football matches.

In 2022, the stadium changed its name to become the Marie-Marvingt stadium. 

The arena is a real place to live in, it also offers an original setting for the organisation of corporate events.

In 2018, the MMArena is replacing its playing surface for the first time with a hybrid pitch. It is also the first time in Europe that a sports pitch has been transferred between 2 arenas: from the Allianz Riviera Stadium in Nice to the MMArena in Le Mans.

In 2022, the stadium changed its name and also its pitch. For the second time a sports pitch was transferred between two arenas. This time the hybrid surface is a Playmaster tansferred from the Stade de France.

The Marie-Marvingt stadium pitch is a 95% natural surface, reinforced by 5% synthetic strands. A high-tech pitch offering great grip and better support for players, for better performance.

The Marie-Marvingt Stadium and its pitch