Paris, a UEFA EURO 2016™ host city
The capital of France and a city mad about football!
The Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées are all sites that are better known than the Parc des Princes, a famous stadium which has hosted some of the finest moments in French sport since it was built in 1972. After the Stade de France, the Parc des Princes is the second Parisian stadium chosen by UEFA as a Euro 2016 venue and is one of the oldest sports stadia in France.
Match schedule, Paris
Parc des Princes – capacity: 58,000
- 1st round: Turkey v Croatia 12/06/2016.
- 2nd round: Romania v Switzerland 15/06/2016 and Portugal v Austria 18/06/2016.
- 3rd round: N. Ireland v Germany 21/06/2016.
- Round of 16: 25/06/2016.
The Parc des Princes – practical information
The Parc des Princes, fully renovated for Euro 2016, is situated in Paris’s 16th arrondissement not far from the Seine and the Bois de Boulogne.
Address: 24 rue du Commandant-Guilbaud - 75016 Paris
Getting to the stadium by public transport:
- Metro line 9, “Porte de Saint-Cloud” station (connections with RER line A).
- Metro line 10, “Porte d’Auteuil” (connections with RER lines B and C).
- “Porte de Saint-Cloud” station is served by RATP bus routes 22, 62 and 72; routes 32 and 52 run from “Porte d’Auteuil” station.