Scheduled for Monday January, the Ligue 2 meeting between Toulouse and Nancy was postponed due to the flooding of the Garonne. The waters rose to the stadium.
Less than 24 hours after the announcement of the report of the Ligue 2 meeting scheduled for Monday January 10 at 8:45 p.m., the TFC, which was to face Nancy, published photos of the flooded Stadium.
The #Garonne was indeed invited to the Stadium …
The flood is contained at the turn and has not reached the lawn.
– Toulouse FC (@ToulouseFC) January 11, 2022
Monday around 11 p.m., the time when the 5,000 expected supporters were to leave the Stadium, the waters of the Garonne rose to 3.80 m, and even reached 4 m on Tuesday morning. The town hall of Toulouse, which told us that from 3.60 m, the accesses to the island of Ramier were flooded, decided on the report of the meeting, which will be played on Wednesday January 19 at 7 p.m. The Barrière casino, located on the island, was also due to close its doors last night, while hundreds of students residing at the Danier-Faucher university campus were evacuated.
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As for the Stadium lawn, the flood did not reach it, and was “contained at the turn” specifies the TFC.