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Boulogne-sur-Mer (previously called in Spanish Bologna-on-the-Sea) is a town in northern France, in the department of the Pas-de-Calais, of which it is a sub-prefecture and the second most populous city after Calais. It is next to the English Channel.
The population of the city, according to the 2013 census was 43,211 inhabitants, although the entire metropolitan area has 133,062 inhabitants.
The city is known as the first French fishing port, and for its national center of the sea "Nausícaa".
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The district of Boulogne-sur-Mer is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of Pas-de-Calais (in French Pas-de-Calais), in the region of Nord-Pas-de-Calais. It has 8 cantons and 75 communes.
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Stade de la Libération
The Stade de la Libération also known as Stade Municipal Léo Lagrange is a football stadium in Boulogne-sur-Mer (France). With a capacity for 10,000 spectators since the last extension in 2009, it is used by the Union Sportive de Boulogne and the Boulogne Athlétique Club that uses the running track.
Boulogne-sur-Mer was hit hard by the bombings of World War II and his players were forced to play a time in a vast expanse of steep grass before finding refuge in 1947 at the Henri Fonteilles stadium. Then they returned to the Moulin-Wibert stadium used before the war.
The work in the municipal stadium Léo Lagrange, which was dubbed the Liberation Stadium, from October 1949. The inauguration of the new forum is held on June 1, 1952, but the work was completed on August 15, 1956. The plans of the stadium were signed by architect Albert Bonne.
The record for influx to the stadium was recorded in the match between Boulogne and Lille OSC on August 30, 1959, with 10,000.
The stadium has a main covered grandstand with numbered seats and stands (covered since 2006).
Obsolete facilities and an influx coefficient close to 100% during the 2006/2007 season in the Championnat National, forcing many spectators to attend the standing matches, gave rise to the idea of a new stadium or a major reform.