Parc des Princes

The home of Paris Saint-Germain FC, the Parc des Princes has staged six European club football finals.

View of the Parc des Princes

Parc des Princes
UEFA capacity: 45,000
Tenants: Paris Saint-Germain
Opened: May 1972

• Situated in the south-west of the French capital, the Parc des Princes owes its name to its location on terrain used as a royal hunting ground in the 18th century.

• The current stadium is the third to have been built on the site, the first opening its doors in 1897 and the second following in 1932.

• The Parc des Princes was the finishing point of the Tour de France from 1903 to 1967; it also boasts a long history as an international rugby venue.

• It has hosted six European club football finals, including the first ever European Champion Clubs' Cup showpiece in 1956 when Real Madrid CF beat Stade de Reims Champagne 4-3.

• In addition to staging games at the 1938 and 1998 FIFA World Cups, the stadium was the venue for the 1960 and 1984 UEFA European Championships finals.

• The first part of the renovation work being carried out was completed in summer 2014, with two new rows of seats added closer to the pitch, as well as new substitutes' benches and brand new executive boxes and lounges.

• The renovation of the Parc des Princes, which improved services for the general public while also boosting the capacity to 45,000, was completed in 2015.

UEFA EURO 2016 matches
Group stage
12/06/16, 15.00: Turkey v Croatia
15/06/16, 18.00: Romania v Switzerland
18/06/16, 21.00: Portugal v Austria
21/06/16, 18.00: Northern Ireland v Germany

Round of 16
25/06/16, 18.00: WB v 3A/C/D

All kick-off times CET.