If you want to buy or sell tickets to a Paris Saint-Germain match in the Parc des Princes, then you’ve come to the right place!I book my tickets
Discover our packages offers : Tickets + Hotels and Tickets + Hotels + Transportation for PSG matches at Parc des Princes.See offers
Founded in 1947, US Ivry Handball are one of France’s most iconic clubs, and forged their legend with eight French championship wins between 1963 and 2007. Their relegation to the ProLigue in 2014 ended an amazing run of 57 consecutive seasons in the top tier. Over the years, US Ivry have nurtured a number of leading players, among them Paris Saint-Germain right winger Luc Abalo, who played for the club’s first team between 2002 and 2008. A national champion with the Red and Black in 2007, he was voted the league’s MVP that season. The club ended the 2017/18 Lidl Starligue season in tenth place, securing their place in the elite with a last-day victory over USAM Nîmes Gard.
The women's section of the US Ivry has one of the best records in French handball.
On the opening day of the 2018/19 Lidl Starligue at Pierre de Coubertin, the Parisians had won 38-21 thanks to an excellent Uwe Gensheimer. US Ivry had been defeated at home 37 - 24 against the Red and Blue on Matchday 20. Four players performed in scoring more than 5 goals: Hansen, Abalo, Stepancic, Remili. As part of 2019-20 Lidl Starligue matchday 7, Ivry was welcoming Paris Saint-Germain. Leader of the championship, the Red and Blue confirmed their status by winning 24-30.
In their only meeting in 2019-20, Nedim Remili finished top scorer of the match with 8 goals in a Parisian victory.
Auguste Delaune has been the official venue of the US Ivry Handball since its inauguration in 1953, making it one of the first venues built in France. Its current capacity is 1,500 seats.
During the 2018-19 season, nearly 15,000 spectators gathered at Auguste Delaune to support the Red and Black, including a memorable derby against Paris Saint-Germain and a prestigious victory against HBC Nantes.
Located in the city centre of Ivry-sur-Seine, the complex is easily accessible by public transport, in particular with line 7 of the Parisian metro, Mairie d'Ivry stop. Its proximity to the football stadium and the Ivry swimming pool also makes it accessible by car thanks to the nearby car parks.