Roazhon Park, home of Stade Rennais, blasted out the UEFA Champions League Anthem at three in the morning on Wednesday.
Neighbours complained after being awoken by a reported twenty minutes of loud music coming from the French Ligue 1 side’s ground.
@RoazhonPark @AFPRennes @20minutesrennes @PoliceNationale 3h du matin habiter en face le stade de rennes qui depuis 20 min diffuse en boucle la musique de UEFA impossible de se rendormir c'est une blague ?!?!
— Juliette by Ambre (@Juliettebyambre) August 12, 2020
3am living in front of the Rennes’s stadium which has been broadcasting UEFA music on a loop for 20 minutes. Impossible to fall asleep again, it’s a joke?!?!
The club apparently held a “small event” overnight, with players and employees of the club, to celebrate their qualification for the Champions League next season.
Rennes president Nicolas Holveck told Ouest France:
We had a small event at the stadium with the employees and some players. .
We experienced this among members of Stade Rennais, with the greatest respect for the sanitary conditions in force.
It’s a very, very beautiful evening, with a fantastic outcome.