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Parc des Princes, Paris
(4.2/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Watched a PSG game x Bastia, on 16 August 2014. It was all very peaceful and well organized, PSG won with 2 goals (Lucas and Cavani). The seats are a little tight, but the field of vision is very good. Time to get the access is easy and when it is time to leave the people disperse quickly.
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  • PSG's House, the Parc des Princes is a medium stadium full of charm in Paris. Almost all seats have a great view of the field. To come and go, you have the underground facility. If you want to stay in the region – one of the most expensive Paris, dining options in the area please.
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  • The stadium is beautiful, and hospitality goes in the "friendly" sense for La Tribune K. However at the meal stand level a dismal word "expensive and certainly not good" bread bad cold sausage "drink nothing to say. So for the future meals outside.
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  • Super fun fans. You can't really walk around inside the stadium like in America. The only beer the sell is super cheaper and super bad haha. The best part is hearing the chants of the super fans. I joined in with the chants after a while. Enjoy the fervor for the love of the game. You may not speak French but everything speaks sports.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • I came to know this club only after playing FIFA 15 , I love to play with PSG squad
  • Awesome feeling to be there when it is completely sold out and full.