Arsenal face Lens in the Champions League this evening, which means a visit to the storied Stade Bollaert-Delelis.
This stadium has a long and varied history but is finally set to welcome the Champions League back to its terraces.
The ground holds 38,000 people and has been used for international football and rugby tournaments as well as a host of other events.
And now it's set to welcome Mikel Arteta's men as Lens prepare for their first Champions League home match in over 20 years, and it's live on talkSPORT.
Stade Bollaert-Delelis was built in 1933 and hosted two games at the 1984 Euros and six matches at the 1998 World Cup, including France's round of 16 win over Paraguay.
Overall, Les Bleus have played eight times here and are unbeaten.
The ground was then renovated during the 2014/15 season to turn it into an imposing stadium.
It's a ground that has also been used in the Rugby World Cup, hosting matches in 1997 and 2007.
More recently, it has seen violence on the pitch between Lens and Lille fans that saw supporters throwing seats at each other during a derby match in 2021.
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It's also been involved in many things outside of sport.
In 2006, the stadium hosted a huge Jehovah's Witnesses gathering.
The ground has also appeared in the French film Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis [Welcome to the Sticks], which is a comedy and the highest-grossing movie in France of all time until 2011.
While steeped in French history, the ground also has very fond memories for England fans.
After its renovation, the Stade Bollaert-Delelis was selected to host games at Euro 2016.
It held four in total, including one of the only goodRead on talksport.com