France - Ireland at Parc des Princes!

As part of the Euro 2024 qualifiers, Didier Deschamps' Equipe de France faced Ireland at the Parc des Princes on September 07, 2023.

The match ended 2-0 to Les Bleus thanks to goals from Tchouaméni and Thuram, a major step towards qualifying for Euro 2024.

1 unique match - 3 exceptional offers

Discover the VIP offers that will be available for this match! For all the offers, spectators will be able to enjoy an overview of the field, as well as a dedicated welcome on site.

Salon Saint-Germain

In your lounge located in the central Paris stand, spend an unforgettable evening enjoying a buffet in two parts (pre-game and half-time).

The little extra: Benefit from the best seats in the Paris stand.

Price: 302€ (incl. VAT) / person

  • Central seats in the Paris stand
  • Buffet before, during and after the game
  • Drinks in continuous service : wine, beer and soft drinks

More about Les Bleus

In Group B of these Euro 2024 qualifiers, Les Bleus are one of the favorites alongside the Netherlands. On March 24, 2023, at the Stade de France, they beat the Oranje 4-0, with Griezmann, Upamecano and Mbappe (2) finding the net.

Winners in 1984 and 2000, Equipe de France are still on the heels of an early elimination by Switzerland at Euro 2021. Finalists at the last World Cup, Les Bleus will be keen to return to the pinnacle of European soccer.

François Heutte (1960), Michel Platini (1984) and Antoine Griezmann (2016) are the three Frenchmen to have finished top scorer at a Euro.

More about Ireland team

Ireland will have their work cut out if they are to qualify for Euro 2024, as they face a tough group including France, the Netherlands and Greece. Since the inception of the European Championship in 1960, the Green and Whites have qualified for the finals 3 times: in 1988, 2012 and 2016. Their best result came at Euro 2016, held in France, with a 1/8th-final defeat by France at Lyon's Groupama Stadium.

Tony Cascarino is probably the best-known Irish player to have played in Ligue 1: between 1994 and 2000, he played for Olympique de Marseille, AS Nancy-Lorraine and Red Star 93.

In the first leg at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on March 27, 2023, the Irish lost 1-0, Pavard scoring a second-half winner.