Saint-Denis, a UEFA EURO 2016™ host city

  • Stade de France from the sky

    Stade de France from the sky

    © OT Saint-Denis / Macary, Zublena et Regembal, Costantini – Architectes, ADAGP F.Aguilhon

Saint-Denis, a UEFA EURO 2016™ host city 1 rue de la République 93200 Saint-Denis fr

Saint-Denis, a legendary venue for French football 

Situated to the north of Paris, Saint-Denis is home to two sites which are of major importance for French history – the basilica-cathedral, burial site of the kings of France, and the emblematic Stade de France. Ever since France’s victory in the 1998 World Cup, this stadium has hosted some of the country’s most important cultural and sporting events. As a result, it is a natural choice of venue for the UEFA Euro 2016 finals.

Match schedule, Saint-Denis

Stade de France – capacity: 80,000

  • 1st round: France v Romania 10/06/2016 and Ireland v Sweden 13/06/2016.
  • 2nd round: Germany v Poland 16/06/2016.
  • 3rd round: Iceland v Austria 22/06/2016.
  • Round of 16: 27/06/2016.
  • Quarter-final: 03/07/2016.
  • Final: 10/072016.

Stade de France – practical information

The Stade de France, built for the 1998 Football World Cup, is the largest sporting arena in France. It is situated in the Plaine Saint-Denis district in Saint-Denis, approximately 10km from Paris. 

Address: Zac du Cornillon Nord - 93200 Saint-Denis.

Getting to the stadium by public transport:

- RER B, “La Plaine Stade de France” station (4min from the Gare du Nord train station and 8min from Châtelet).

- RER D, “Stade de France - Saint-Denis” station (5min from the Gare du Nord train station and 9min from Châtelet, 14min from the Gare de Lyon).

- Metro Line 13, “Saint-Denis - Porte de Paris” station (16min from Saint-Lazare train station, 20min from Les Invalides and 25min from Montparnasse train station).

- Tram line n°1, “Saint-Denis Basilique” station – Tram line n°8, “Saint-Denis Porte de Paris” station.

Things to see

Point of interest