The Marcel Bourillot Stadium and the Pecqueux Rolland Sports Centre are two facilities in Longvic, a commune in the Dijon metropolitan area. The Marcel Bourillot Stadium is Dijon’s main rugby stadium. It includes one main natural grass pitch which was refurbished in 2020 with 1,200 lux LED lights, two illuminated stands, an additional artificial pitch and four grass training pitches. It also has two mini football pitches. The Pecqueux Rolland Sports Centre, named after handball world champion Véronique Pecqueux-Rolland, opened in 2016, and includes a handball court and weights room perfect for handball training and competitions.
Proximity to the Île-de-France region:
1h 35m TGV train daily, in the middle of rail and motorway networks, boasting highly effective support facilities, expertise and an excellent standard of living.
Optimal training conditions thanks to the environment and air quality as Dijon is the urban area with the lowest level of fine particulate air pollution in France.
Marcel Bourillot Stadium: training and competition site for the professional rugby team Stade Dijonnais who play in the National Rugby League.
Meeting room Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery Hospital nearby Relaxation room Physiotherapy room Weights room Internet access Floodlit facilities Film screening room