| Opened July 15, 1927|| 3,000|
| Rue du Petit-Bois
Stade Louis Dugauguez, Musée de l'Ardenne, Stade de l'Aube, Stade Auguste Delaune, Stade Gaston Petit
The Petit-Bois Stadium is a football stadium located at Charleville Mezieres in the region Champagne-Ardenne in France. It is currently the stadium for the resident team of OFC Charleville.
Petit-Bois Stadium Wikipedia
The stadium was inaugurated on July 15, 1927 during the 22is stage of the Tour de France ranging from Metz to Charleville. In 1928, the architect Jean Grey installed the reliefs that decorate the stadium entrance.
From 1927 to 1937, a stage of the Tour de France takes place annually at the velodrome there.
The team of OFC Charleville play their home games in this stadium. The club has evolved notably during its boom years in Division 2 between 1992 and 1997. The date for its record crowd was October 2, 1993, with the entrance of CS Sedan-Ardennes into the Championship Division 2, 5,600 people attending in a derby with Ardennes won 3–0 by the visitors.
The Sedan-Charleville roadrace ended for several years at the stadium of Petit-Bois.