The Stade Gilbert Brutus is the home of Super League side Catalans Dragons. In the 1970s and 1980s, the ground was used by both rugby league and rugby union clubs in Northern Catalonia.
Before 2007, the Stade Gilbert Brutus held 4,200, including 900 seats. This was deemed inadequate for the Catalans Dragons who played at the Stade Aimé Giral in 2006. Expansion of the stadium began in 2006 with the aim of increasing capacity to 14,000.
The first phase of construction included two covered, all-seater stands, one with hospitality suites. By the end of the 2006 season, the work was finished and Catalans moved back into the stadium for the 2007 season. Further construction in 2010 brought capacity up to 13,000, with three all-seater stands.
Stade Gilbert Brutus has hosted twenty four rugby league internationals. Twenty three of them involved France with World Cup matches played at the stadium in 1975, 1985-1988, 1989-1992 and most recently in 2013.