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Stade Saint Symphorien seating?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

In all honesty – Metz’s Stade Saint Symphorien is about as standard as it gets in regards to seating. All 4 stands are new enough to give you great views of pitch with no obstructing pillars in the way, but not that new as to give you the most comfortable seats in the world. There were plans to update the seating, but as Metz’s proposal to be a Euro 2016 venue fell through, the club were given no extra funding.

The four stands are made up of the more expensive Tribunes (South) and Moselle (North) that run the length of the pitch. Home fans tend to congregate in the East and West Stands behind either goal . Away fans are allocated sectors P and Q in the South East Corner. Behind the goals tickets cost €20 and that will increase all the way up to €55 for seats on the half way line.

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

This small stadium is offering 25.636 seats, which surprisingly all have a backrest. Seats are plastic but they still offer comfort. The tribunes are covered by a roof, so no kind of weather can ruin your experience. Prices variate between 15-45€ depending where you choose your seat.

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