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Trophy Experience

The celebrations will be in full swing in both Paris and Saint-Denis starting Thursday, 26 May until Saturday, 28 May leading up to the match. The activities are free and open to everyone so come enjoy the electric atmosphere, meet fellow fans, and get in the festive spirit!

There will be two official trophy experience locations in the host city – one in Paris, and one in Saint-Denis.

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Key facts

🎟️ Entry 

No ticket needed; entry is completely free!

📍 Two locations

  • Paris, Place de l’Hôtel de Ville
  • Saint-Denis, Place Victor Hugo
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🕐 Opening hours

Thursday, 26 May: 11:00 – 22:00
Friday, 27 May: 11:00 – 22:00
Saturday, 28 May: 10:00 – 18:00

Please note that there will be no screening of the UEFA Champions League Final in the trophy experience locations.

🚶 Seating

There is no seating in the area, it is a walk-through open space.

Champions League Trophy Experience

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📍 Location

Paris, Place de l’Hôtel de Ville

This striking 19th century city hall building is a popular location for locals and tourists alike and is flanked by the famous shopping street, Rue Rivoli on one side and the Seine River on the other.

🎉 Activities 

  • Mini pitch
  • Official UEFA Champions League trophy display
  • Captains’ jersey displays
  • Selfie points
  • Fan shop (Boutique Officielle) to stock up on official merchandise
  • ...and more!

🛍️ Fan Shop (Boutique Officielle)

Merchandise will be available for sale here. For more information on all your UEFA Champions League shopping, check out the Fan Shops FAQs.

🚇 Getting to Place de l’Hôtel de Ville

Getting there is easy with public transport. The metro station Hotel de Ville is just steps away with connections to lines 1 and 11. Metro line 1 connects many of the major sights in Paris along the famous Rue de Rivoli including the Louvre and the Champs Elysees. Nearby you will also find station Chatelet Les Halles which connects other metro and RER lines and is a nice 10-minute walk to the trophy experience.

🏟️ Getting to the stadium from Place de l'hôtel de Ville

If you’re at this downtown location and making your way over to the stadium directly, the best route to take is to walk to RER station Chatelet des Halles and take either the RER B to stop La Plaine – Stade de France or RER D to stop Stade de France – Saint Denis. Keep in mind that this journey could take about 40 minutes to complete with the matchday crowds.

Giant Trophy Experience

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📍 Location

Saint-Denis, Place Victor Hugo in front of the Basilique Saint-Denis

This beautiful and historic cathedral sets a stunning backdrop for the match festivities taking place in the popular city square in Saint-Denis lined with local cafes and restaurants.

🎉 Activities 

  • Giant trophy installation
  • Inflatable football activities (Try your skills at foot tennis!)
  • Selfie points
  • adidas Giant Match Ball
  • ...and more!

🚇 Getting to Place Victor Hugo

If you are coming from central Paris, you can get on to metro line 13 and get off at Basilique de Saint-Denis and walk about 2 minutes. An alternative is to hop onto RER D to stop Saint-Denis and then walk about 15 minutes to Place Victor Hugo.

🏟️ Getting to the stadium from Place Victor Hugo

If you’ve got a match ticket and are headed straight to the stadium, the quickest way is to get on metro line 13 from stop Basilique de Saint-Denis - Hôtel de Ville and get off at Saint-Denis Porte de Paris which takes about 15 minutes and then about a 10-minute walk to your entrance. Keep in mind that with the matchday crowds all headed to the stadium, this journey could take longer.

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 Legion d’Honneur park where you can take in some lovely views before the match.

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