A large square open to the neighborhood, equipped with a functional ticket office allowing waiting, sheltered from the weather; a Tribune of Honor as close as possible to the field, made up of multiple working spaces and public reception; a modernized Marathon stand for the comfort of supporters; a playground covered with quality natural grass and a synthetic turf training ground ...: Welcome to Jean Alric Stadium ! Classified by the sports federations in category A for rugby and level 3 for football (National), it offers 7,800 seats in total, of which 5,480 are seated. It has a private and secure car park with 40 spaces, two of which are for buses, and one for people with reduced mobility. On the ground floor, a reception area made up of the entrance hall and reception desks reserved for officials, journalists, security personnel, VIPs, etc., administrative premises with 4 offices and 2 cloakrooms, then the technical rooms . On the first level, 4 changing rooms for independent players, two changing rooms for referees, an infirmary, an area for doping control, two weight rooms, a jacuzzi / sauna area, two offices, a press room and one for meetings / conferences and storage rooms. On level 2 there is a large public space: access to the stands, covered ambulatory, refreshments and toilets. On level 3, there is a reception and technical space: honor and business lounges, office, control room and TV platform, security PC. Finally, the stadium has a natural grass pitch and a World Rugby-approved synthetic turf half-field.
The Jean Alric stadium is a recent facility that offers modern and quality facilities. It hosts the resident professional rugby club which makes it a facility used to receiving high level athletes and their staff. It is an intramural facility located less than one kilometer from the Henri Mondor Hospital Center, catering areas and accommodation. Its geographical location is therefore ideal for sports teams.
The Jean Alric stadium receives every year the rugby matches of the resident professional club, the Stade Aurillacois Cantal Auvergne which has been playing in Pro D2 since 2007. During the 2015/2016 season (May 28, 2016), the SACA won at home the Pro D2 rugby semi-final against the Stade Montois Rugby. The equipment regularly welcomes the French women’s rugby sevens team to perfect their physical condition. The Jean Alric stadium is also used for football matches. Since 2016, it has hosted amateur French championship and French cup matches.
Meeting room Internet access Ice bath Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery Floodlit facilities Hospital nearby Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room Sauna Vehicle hire service Adapted vehicle hire service