Built on the site of an old rail yard, the Stade Oceane is a relatively new landmark in town after opening its doors in 2012 following two years of construction work. Set to hold 24,000 spectators during the FIFA Women's World Cup™, the ground is home to HAC, who took up residence after leaving the Stade Jules-Deschaseaux, while it also hosts concerts and other shows. It is no stranger to international action either, with France's men's team drawing 0-0 with Uruguay at the stadium in 2012, before Les Bleues defeated Brazil 2-1 in a 2015 women's friendly.
Rue du Stade Océane, 76600 Le Havre
Getting there by public transport:
- By shuttle bus: From the railway station (Cours Lafayette)
- By bus: Line 22 (disembark at Stade Océane), Line 2 (disembark at Jules Deschaseaux)
- By train: Disembark at Le Havre – Graville
Persons with reduced mobility:
MobiFil is a door-to-door public transport service available on request. Information: https://www.transports-lia.fr/fr/mobifil-pour-les-personnes-a-mobilite-reduite-/77
Other ways to reach the stadium:
Two park and rides where you can park your car and use public transport.