Where is the Stade Toulousain in Toulouse located?
Full name Stade Toulousain Nickname (s) Le Stade Les rouge et noir (The reds and Founded 1907; 114 years ago ( 1907) Location Toulouse, France Ground (s) Stade Ernest-Wallon (Capacity: 19,500)
Where does the rugby club Toulouse come from?
Stade Toulousain ( French pronunciation: [stad tuluzɛ̃]) ( Occitan: Estadi Tolosenc ), also referred to as Toulouse, is a French rugby union club from Toulouse in Occitania and the reigning Top 14 and European Rugby Champions Cup champion.
Who are the rugby teams that wear BLK?
In Europe giants Stade Toulousain (19-time French and four-time European champions), Connacht and Ospreys (four-time Celtic/Pro12 winners) are oﬃcial apparel partners, while three Super Rugby teams – The Queensland Reds, Western Force and Melbourne Rebels (Australia) proudly wear BLK.
When did Stade Toulousain win the French championship?
They won the French championship in 2011 against Montpellier (15–10) and 2012 against Toulon (18–12). Stade Toulousain reached the semi-finals of the French championship 20 consecutive years (from 1994 to 2013). Toulouse playing Bath in the 2013 Heineken Cup.
When did Stade Toulousain win the Challenge du Manoir?
The late 1990s and the 2000s saw the club again reach great heights. The club won the Challenge Yves du Manoir in 1998, defeating Stade Français Paris, and the 1999 championship as well as the 2001 championship and were runners-up in the 2003 season, losing to Stade Français in the final.
When did Stade Toulousain win its first national championship?
The 1912 French champion. Stade Toulousain played its first final of the national title French Championship in 1909 and lost it to Stade Bordelais Université Club (17–0) in Toulouse. In 1912 Stade Toulousain won its first national title. It had to wait until 1922 before it won its second.