Rémy Fière, in this Larousse legendary football stadiums, goes through all the speakers around the world. They are classified by topic by this journalist at The team
: historical ones like Wembley, the Maracana, those where there were tragedies like Heysel, Furiani (Bastia), or those where the French team shone like Luzhniki (Moscow) or suffered like Sanchez-Pizjuan (Seville).
The Bollaert-Delelis stadium in Lens is located next to prestigious venues such as Anfield (Liverpool), San Paolo (Naples), Bombonera (Buenos Aires) or Celtic Park (Glasgow). A pride surely for the supporters “Blood and Gold” to be classified in the category “Grandstands of fire. “
“A cathedral in this mining north”
As Rémy Fière, Bollaert-Delelis writes, “ it is a stadium that vibrates as much as it lives, a monument, a cathedral in this mining North where football has become at the same time an outlet, a pastime and a song of love.
»With a nod, a little further, to the« Corons »obviously.
We can’t wait to find this public in Bollaert which must be content at the moment to watch RC Lens matches on television because of the health situation.
Mythical football stadiums, Larousse, 19.95 euros.