France - Italy at Parc des Princes!

Didier Deschamps' French team will be facing Italy, Belgium and Israel in Group A2 of the 2025 UEFA Nations League.

Attend the match between Les Bleus and Italy on September 06, 2024, at the Parc des Princes!

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.

Saint-Germain Lounge

In your lounge located in the 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: 330€ (incl. VAT) / person

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

More about Les Bleus

The last match between the French and Italian national teams took place on June 1, 2018, in a friendly where the Squadra Azzurra was defeated 3-1, with goals from Samuel Umtiti, Antoine Griezmann, and Ousmane Dembélé.

After winning the second edition of the competition in 2021, French team finished at the 3rd place in the group stage of the 2022/23 edition, which meant staying in League A. Les Bleus will be keen to return to the top of European football, facing first Italy and then Belgium, before finishing with Israel in the first leg of their Group A2 tie.

Antoine Griezmann (4 goals), Olivier Giroud (5 goals) and Kylian Mbappé (7 goals) are the three French players who have scored the most goals since the UEFA Nations League was created.

More about Italy team

Italy, a great football nation, has won two European Championship titles (one in 1968 on home soil and one in 2020). The title holders managed to qualify for the knockout phase of Euro 2024 by finishing second in Group B behind Spain. The Squadra Azurra was then eliminated 2-0 in the Round of 16 by a very strong Swiss team.

In their two appearances at the UEFA Nations League finals, Italy have finished third twice in a row, beating Belgium 2-1 in 2021 and the Netherlands 3-2 in 2023. Today, the 2020 European champions are keen to repeat their success against their transalpine neighbours.