Parc des Princes, Paris
Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
French football club Paris St.-Germain has called Parc des Princes stadium its home since 1973. Used now for soccer and rugby matches, the stadium replaced the old Vélodrome that was built in 1897. Take a guided tour to see the dressing rooms, players' tunnel, VIP boxes, and trophy room. You can also attend a game if it coincides with your visit. Buy tickets online, by phone, or at the PSG service point at Parc des Princes. Be aware that Paris St.-Germain games sell out occasionally. Plan your visit to Parc des Princes and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Paris travel itinerary planner.
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Un bon match du PSG comme à son habitude. Une ambiance excellente surtout depuis le retour des ultras. Un stade à l'image du club, mythique.A good match for PSG in his usual. Ambience great especially since the return of the ultras. A stage to the mythical image of the club.show original
Stadium noise was amazing, atmosphere superb. Beer/snacks not well run, seemed a bit out of sorts with the rest of the set up in that it was disorganised. well worth going for a PSG match though
Je suis allé voir PSG-Bordeaux, le 1er octobre 2016, avec mon amoureuse. L'organisation pour accéder au parc était très bien ! (nous nous y sommes rendus en Uber). Niveau ambiance, nous avons eu la ch... read more »I went to see PSG-Bordeaux, October 1, 2016, with my girlfriend. The Organization to access the Park was very good! (we went in Uber). Level atmosphere, we had the chance to witness the return of a few ultras to the Parc des Princes, who have donated property instead of the voice! Chills guaranteed! As well, the quality of game was the appointment which made this visit even more pleasant! To make at least once if the opportunity arises! Only downside: prices of places which are still very high, but good, is not every day that we attend a PSG match.show original
Torben Hvolmgaard Sørensen
Today the French football club Paris Saint-Germain uses the former French national stadium, Le Parc des Princes, which was set in operation in 1972, but the earlier construction took place in 1897. It has a spectator capacity of 48,712. The stadium was used for EURO 1984 and I was among the spectators: France 1 - Denmark 0 in the opening match and also by the final: France 2 - Spain 0. What a great historical experience - also to a Dane! The stadium was also used for UEFA EURO 2016. 12.06.2016: Turkey 0 - Croatia 1. 15.06.2016: Romania 1 - Switzerland 1. 18.06.2016: Portugal 0 - Austria 0. 21.06.2016: North. Ireland 0 - Germany 1. 25.06.2016: Wales 1 - Northern Ireland 0.
PSG's best player is Zlatan Ibrahimovic. I play Fifa 15 but I don't have him. I have a different PSG player which is Maxwell.
A horrible stadium for the visiting fans. Unnecessary security checks and extra long process for getting in and out of the stadium. The huge net in front is rather annoying. Fans are loud when winning but then again they do play in a poor league with no challengers. On a positive note the transport links are good.
Even though it has not changed much since its construction, it is one of the best stadiums I have been to. The noise can be deafening, you always have a good view of the pitch wherever you seat and it is quite easy to get there with public transports. The common areas and the access need to be improved though.
Came here to see a PSG game. The atmosphere is amazing; there is nothing like it in North America. We sat behind the goalie and this is one of the things all go to again if I ever come back to Paris. If there is a game and you are in the City, I recommend that you go. I wasn't even a soccer (football) fan, and I had a blast.
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