Stade Maurice Dufrasne

The Stade Maurice Dufrasne (French pronunciation: ​[mɔʁis dyfʁan]) is a football stadium in Liège, Belgium. The stadium holds 27,670 people.[2] It is also known as Stade de Sclessin, from the name of the district of Liège where it is located, and is the home stadium of Standard Liège. Belgium have also played here, notably against Estonia in September 2008 in a 2010 World Cup Qualifier and against Gibraltar on 31 August 2017 in a World Cup Qualifier. The stadium hosted three matches at Euro 2000.

Stade Maurice Dufrasne
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Stade Maurice Dufrasne: Standard Liège playing against UN Käerjeng 97
Full nameStade Maurice Dufrasne
LocationLiège, Belgium
Capacity27,670[1] (limited capacity),
30,023 (maximum capacity)
Standard Liège

The stadium's namesake, Maurice Dufrasne, was Chairman of Standard Liège from 1909 (when the stadium was built) until 1931. He was known to take players to his home and cook them a meal if they played well, especially at home fixtures.

Euro 2000 MatchesEdit

Date Result Round
12 June 2000   Germany 1–1   Romania Group A
18 June 2000   Norway 0–1   FR Yugoslavia Group C
21 June 2000   Denmark 0–2   Czech Republic Group D


  1. ^ Stade Maurice Dufrasne (last view on 19/10/2017)
  2. ^ Stade Maurice Dufrasne (last view on 19/10/2017)

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Coordinates: 50°36′35.67″N 5°32′36.04″E / 50.6099083°N 5.5433444°E / 50.6099083; 5.5433444