PARIS - French champions Lille will
be allowed to play Champions League matches next season at
their Stadium Nord home after a UEFA inspection, the club said in
a statement on Saturday.
Lille have previously played European games at the Stade de
France in Paris or in Lens and they have also explored the
prospect of playing in Valenciennes next season.
However, with a brand new stadium due to be completed next
year, UEFA has permitted Lille to use their current ground until
their new home is completed.
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