Stade de la Frontière
Stade de la Frontière is a multi-purpose stadium in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Jeunesse Esch. The stadium holds 4,000 people with 1,200 seated.
|21 May 1927||England||L 2-5||Friendly||3,789|
|22 October 1972||Turkey||W 2-0||World Cup qualifying group 2||3,960|
|23 October 1979||Sweden||D 1-1||Euro 1980 qualifying Group 5||1,120|
|26 March 1980||Uruguay||L 0-1||Friendly||1,500|
|11 March 1984||Turkey||L 1-3||Friendly||8,000|
|17 November 1984||East Germany||L 0-5||World Cup qualifying group 4||1,179|
|2 December 1987||Scotland||D 0-0||Euro 1988 qualifying group 7||2,300|
|18 October 1988||Czechoslovakia||L 0-2||World Cup qualifying group 7||1,826|
|28 March 1990||Iceland||L 1-2||Friendly||400|
|1 Luxembourg score is given first, i.e. '0-3' represents a 3-0 defeat for Luxembourg.|
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