A place of legends
To take over the capital city, the Napoleons had to find a place matching their ambitions. A symbolic place, beautiful, welcoming, one that coveys innovation and emotion. The Roland-Garros Stadium immediately caught our attention. Built in 1928 to host the finals of the Davis Cup brought by the “Four Musketeers”: René Lacoste, Jean Borotra, Henri Cochet and Jacques Brugnon, the Roland-Garros complex is a Mecca of French sports, with an international aura.
The Simonne Mathieu court is the latest born of the complex. Behold the court that will welcome our community and where the voices of our speakers will resound this summer.
Conviviality is central to The Napoleons
At the Napoleons, we like to reflect and exchange, but above all we like to meet in warm moments, inviting the discussion and the sharing of our values and our ideas. This Special Edition is no exception. At the heart of the Serres d’Auteuil, you’ll remember the welcome we prepared for you: the Napoleons Village will offer you coffee breaks signed by Nespresso, water fountains signed by Castalie to refresh and refill your water bottles, some surprise activities and a picnic revisited by A Table. You know you can’t wait.
How to get there?
The entrance to the Special Edition will open at 9AM at 1, avenue Gordon Bennett, Paris 16ème.
- Stations Porte d’Auteuil (Metro Ligne 10) ou Exelmans (Metro Ligne 9)
- Bus 123 – Stade Roland-Garros Station