The Stade Marcel Tribut is located about a ten minute walk from Dunkirk town centre, and conveniently has plenty of free parking opposite the stadium. Inside the stadium, one finds that all of the spectator accommodation is along both lengths. The stand from where I chose to watch the game consists of uncovered terrace steps to the front, and covered steps to sit on (uncomfortably) to the rear, and this is a large stand with an interesting roof design of steps rising to the middle. On the opposite length is more comfortable looking seating, albeit with a few narrow obstructing pillars, and with some boxes above the seating. Behind one of the goals is a small terrace area which, despite appearing on good condition, is out of bounds, and a basic electronic scoreboard is positioned above this terrace. Behind the remaining goal, also inaccessible to spectators, a sports hall and a house provide the backdrop. Although a running track is present, its quite attractive coloured in blue and is not too wide thereby not causing spectators to be too distant from the action. All in all, it's a nice enough stadium which, whilst limited in facilities, could do with some sprucing up and a lick of paint, has some nice individuality and character. Surprisingly for a French game, programmes were available and distributed free of charge on entry, an eight page glossy A4 sized publication, attractively designed and contained a welcome message, introduction to the visiting team, and stats of the home team and league standings.
Video highlights of this match can be found here