Thursday 14 September 2017, 14:56

Parc des Princes

Situated in the south-west of Paris, the Parc des Princes is the fifth-largest stadium in France and one of its oldest too, having first opened in 1897. The current stadium dates to 1972 and has been refurbished twice since, firstly for the 1998 FIFA World Cup France™ and then for UEFA EURO 2016. The stadium has been home to Paris Saint-Germain since 1974, as well as hosting Racing Club de Paris and Paris FC in its time. The home of the French national rugby team for many years prior to the opening of the Stade de France in 1998, the 45,600-capacity Parc des Princes has provided the venue for two EURO finals (in 1960 and 1984) and six finals in Europe’s various club competitions. It also hosted matches at the 1938 and 1998 World Cup finals and at EURO 2016.


2 avenue du Parc des Princes, 75016 Paris

Getting there by public transport:

  • By metro: Line 9 (disembark at Porte de Saint-Cloud), Line 10 (disembark at Porte d'Auteuil)

  • By bus: Lines 22, 62 and 72 (disembark at Porte de Saint-Cloud), Lines 32 and 52 (disembark at Porte d'Auteuil), Line PC (disembark at Lycée Claude Bernard)

Persons with reduced mobility:

The Pam75 service is available to persons with reduced mobility on request. Information:

Other ways to reach the stadium:

  • By Vélib self-service bike hire (five stations nearby).

  • A number of park and rides where you can park your car and use public transport.

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