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Getting to the stadium

We strongly encourage you to get to the stadium using public transport for the quickest journey. As there is no parking available for fans at the stadium, we kindly ask that you do not bring your car and give your wheels a break.

If you’re a disabled fan, check out our Accessibility section for all the details around accessible matchday travel.

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Top tip

Please only use the entrance indicated on your ticket otherwise you won’t be able to access the stadium and will have to go back to find your designated entrance.

Travel to Stade de France

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By public transport

Stade de France is well connected to Paris and is readily accessible by both RER trains and metro, which we strongly advise as the preferred methods of transport.

RER B to Stade de France 
RER B Station La Plaine – Stade de France – 600m away from the stadium

RER D to Stade de France
RER D Station Stade de France – Saint Denis – 1.2km away from the stadium

Metro to Stade de France
M13 Saint-Denis Porte de Paris – 700m away from the stadium

If you’re headed to the stadium from the Giant Trophy Experience in Saint-Denis, it’s best to take metro line 13 to Saint-Denis Porte de Paris station and then walk about ten minutes to your designated entrance. Another way is to take tramway 8, which also stops at Saint-Denis Porte de Paris station.

You could also opt for the scenic route and walk about 20 to 30 minutes from the Basilique de Saint-Denis to the stadium. Along the way, you will pass through the gorgeous Parc de la Legion d'Honneur where you can take in some lovely views before the match.

Top tip

Distances in the city are big so we highly recommend you start your travels to the stadium early. Gates open at 18:00 so avoid the last-minute rush.

By taxi or rideshare

Traffic on matchday may severely increase your journey times so make sure you leave enough time to allow for this. Road closures around the stadium also mean that drop-off points can be quite far away from the stadium entrances.

By motorbike or scooter

We don’t recommend coming by motorbike or scooter – public transport is a much more convenient way to get to the match.

Top tip

We don’t recommend cycling to the stadium as no bike racks are available in the area.

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Leaving the stadium

Once the match is over, the most convenient way to make your way back will depend on where you are seated. Please follow stadium signage as well as the guidance of stewards and volunteers to get back to your transport.

Public transport will be operating at maximum capacity and there will be extra trains running post-match so that you can make your way back quickly and efficiently. Please check back soon for more details.