Stadium info

| March 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Parc des Princes

The stadium is a proud representative of its marvelous city adorning the South bank of the Seine river. Parc des Princes was officially opened on 4 June 1972 by the French president Georges Pompidou. The first match held there was the Coupe de France final between Marseille and Bastia (2-1). After passing few renovations over the years, at the end of 2016. the venue assembled to a modern, stylish and functional arena, well connected rouge & bleu beauty, easy to get around. Designed by the architect Roger Taillibert and lauded for its avant- garde design has also received several architectural prices. 50 large concrete ribs that clench the stadium were unique style in the seventies. The beams on the roof are different lenght and connect the external profile with the rectangular internal profile contributing in creating a  warm atmosphere.

Access & orientation

Metro stop name is Porte de Saint-Cloud at line no. 9 and from the station you have 5 min walk to the stadium, sign posted. If you end up on a line 10, get off at Porte d’Auteuil and from there it is about 10 minutes walk. Buses no. 22, 62 and 72 take you to Porte de Saint-Cloud, and 32 and 52 to the Porte d’Auteuil. Address of the stadium is: 24 Rue du Commandant Guilbaud, 75781 Paris

Parc Des Princes is comprised of four sections: Nord, Est, Sud and Ouest. North stand is traditionally know as the most multi cultural section inside the ground. East consist of two tiers, lower marked in red and upper by blue seating. South is known as Kop of Boulogne stand as it used to be home to most notorius fans in the 1980. West is the main stand it houses player tunnels, dug-outs and some of the most expensive seats.


If you are driving to the stadium parking difficulties await at Porte de St-Cloud parking. You can park your car near the metro line 9 at Berri Champs-Élysées parking, some 30 min. away from the stadium or opt-in on advance reservation for a parking space found here.

Stadium plan:


Good entry and exits, plenty of room in the isles and concourses, food stands and restrooms. There is no serving of alcohol, security is tight and the ambiance is fantastic. You will need a passport / document to get into the stadium. They check if it matches the name on the ticket for security reasons. With 47,929 stadium seats, free Wi-Fi, VIP rooms, American Express Concierge, and the DS Lounge Skybar Paris, along with all the amenities and intuitive service the stadium rates high among its European competitors.

Have you attended a match at the Parc des Princes? Share your experience, we would love to hear from you!


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