Home to one of the most successful team’s in France – Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) since 1974, the Parc des Princes is one of France’s most well known venues. The current Parc des Princes stands on the site of two former stadia by the same name, with the most recent Parc opened in 1972.
Previously home to the French national football and rugby union team’s before the Stade de France was opened in 1998, the stadium has hosted matches at major events including the 1938 and 1998 FIFA World Cup, the 1984 and 2016 UEFA Euros, the 1991 and 2007 Rugby World Cup and the 1954 and 1972 Rugby League World Cup.
Tenants: Paris Saint-Germain (Ligue 1)
Tickets at Parc des Princes
Paris Saint-Germain Tickets
Matches for PSG do regularly sell out, however if bought in advance you should be able to purchase tickets for most matches. Tickets are available to purchase online here, by phone or the service point at the stadium. At the time of research, ticket prices ranged from €35 to €100.
Location & Travel to Parc des Princes
The Parc des Princes is located in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, close to Rugby Union’s Stade Français’ home ground of the Stade Jean-Bouin, as well a short walk from the French Open’s Stade Roland Garros.
Airport – Charles de Gaulle is the second largest airport in Europe and has flights to many international destinations. Located 30km north of the city, the airport has easy access to central Paris via the RER B train network (€10.30), with a travel time of about 35 minutes.
Orly Airport is the smaller airport but is still the second busiest in France. The airport largely serves domestic destinations and budget airlines. The free Orlyval metro service connects the airport with RER B train network at Antony station.
Bus – Bus lines 22, 62 and 72 all run from the city centre to nearby Porte de Saint-Cloud station which is a 5 minute walk from the stadium. Alternatively, bus 32 or 52 go to Porte d’Auteuil which is about a 10 minute walk.
Metro & Train – The excellent and cheap Metro service (€1.90 per journey) has 14 different lines, whilst the RER subarban train line has 5 lines, so between them will get you close to most of Paris’ main destinations. Metro line 9 runs to Porte de Saint-Cloud station which is a 5 minute walk from the stadium, or line 10 runs to Porte d’Auteuil which is a 10 minute walk away.