Parc des Princes – Facts & Tickets

| March 25, 2018 | 0 Comments


Tickets can be purchased online here or at the PSG service point at Parc des Princes stadium. If you purchase a ticket online, you will receive an official email from PSG from where you will need to log into their website and claim your specific ticket. It is an electronic ticket that you print out and take to the stadium. You will have to scan the bar code on the ticket in the automated ticket reader at the gate entrance. You will be assigned a section, row, and seat number but it is actually “general admission” in the most popular Category 9 ticket (cheapest and far away from the pitch), so best to get there early and grab a good seat if you book through Viagogo, the official reseller of PSG. You cannot resell your ticket once purchased.

Cheapest tickets start at 25€ for a corner seat, go up to 100$ for the good seats at the main stand, and all the way to 330$ as Category 1 VIP ticket. Ticket price increases when high profile football clubs come to town.  Category 8 has a great atmosphere even if also far away, but the advantage is you’re up high and can see the whole pitch. Category 7, 6 and 5 are corner seats with seat numbers assigned so you will know exactly where your seat is.

Interesting facts

  • Stadium was one of the playing venues of the 1998 World Cup.
  • Parc des Princes was selected as one of the playing venues of the Euro 2016 tournament
  • The stadium was designed by architect Roger Taillibert, and was lauded for its avant garde design and received several architectural prices.
  • Parc des Princes was officially opened on 4 June 1972 by French president Georges Pompidou.



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