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Welcome to the page dedicated to the history of the Parc des Princes!
As Paris Saint-Germain is intimately linked to its mythical stadium, the Parc des Princes, discover what makes it so unique, as well as the events that have forged its history over the years.
The Parc des Princes is a unique stadium, as much for its architecture, its indescribable atmosphere during major national and European events, as for its history and the players who have played there. Endowed with an avant-garde architecture for the time, the Parc des Princes is recognizable by its elliptical shape, as well as by its location above the ring road.
Formerly known as the Tribune Présidentielle, named after the former president of Paris Saint-Germain, this side stand offers the best view of the players' entrance and the respective benches.
It is one of the historic curves of the Parc, in which the club's supporters' songs resound. Thrills guaranteed.
Located in front of the Borelli grandstand, this side stand offers a beautiful view of the Parc's lawn, so you don't miss a thing of the meeting.
This is the other emblematic bend in the Parc, where the songs of the fans respond to those of the Auteuil grandstand.
If the first Parc des Princes was built in 1897, the Parc as we know it today dates from 1972, following the work of the great architect Roger Taillibert.
Paris Saint-Germain and the Parc des Princes, a history that began on a Saturday in November 1973, the 10th to be precise, the date of the first match between the Red and Blue in their mythical enclosure. From the 1974 - 1975 season, PSG officially became the resident club at the Parc, coinciding with the Parisians' first participation in the D1.
Initiated in 2013, the renovation and modernization of the Parc des Princes is the result of an asserted policy of Paris Saint-Germain, in order to guarantee an experience among the best on the market. With an increase in reception capacity, the creation of new hospitality areas, the restructuring of the changing rooms and the complete renewal of the lawn, nothing has been left to chance in order to guarantee a top-of-the-range experience.
Today, the Parc des Princes has a capacity of nearly 48,000 seats in match configuration, divided into 17 categories. The ticketing offers are among the most developed in Europe, to meet all desires: single tickets, pack offers, MyParis, the membership program, as well as three subscription offers. Paris Saint-Germain has also developed its own resale platform, Ticketplace. For all these reasons, Paris Saint-Germain recorded its 62nd consecutive match at the Parc sold-out, a record in Europe.
It was June 4th,1974 and Paris Saint-Germain were about to take part in one of the matches at the Parc that made their history. Defeated 2-1 in the first leg of the play-off in the North, the Parisians won 4-2 in front of their home crowd against US Valenciennes, thus validating their ticket to the elite of the French championship. Just Fontaine, then coach of the club, collapsed happily on the pitch at the Parc.
On May 15th,1982, Paris Saint-Germain reached the final of the French Cup, which was held at the time at the Parc des Princes. Against reigning D1 champions AS Saint-Etienne, the Parisians were considered outsiders at the time. In a historic final, the Red and Blue won the game on penalties (6-5), with Jacques Chirac and François Mitterrand watching. PSG have just won the first title in their history.
March 18th, 1993, ¼ of the UEFA Cup final second leg. Paris Saint-Germain had their backs against the wall after losing 3-1 to Real Madrid in the first leg at the Stade Santiago Bernabeu. The Parisians then achieved what still seemed unthinkable at kick-off, winning 4-1 in the end, thanks to a memorable header from Antoine Kombouaré. The Parc des Princes had just experienced one of the historic moments that made its history and that of Paris Saint-Germain.
On October 26th, 2002, the Paris Saint-Germain hosted the Olympique de Marseille in its den in the Parc des Princes. While the opposition between the two rivals is usually lively, one player particularly thrilled the stands at the Parc on that evening in October 2002. With a first goal from a free kick and a second from a penalty kick, Ronaldinho scored his first goals at the Parc des Princes, helping the Parisians to a 3-0 win. Like Rai before him, or more recently Neymar, Ronaldinho helped write the love story between the Parc and the Brazilians who wore the Red and Blue jersey.
One evening in December 2008, Paris Saint-Germain put on one of those performances that undoubtedly marked the history of a club and its fans. Facing FC Twente in the final match of the UEFA Cup group stage, the Parisians needed a win to qualify for the next round, scoring one goal more than Racing Santander, who were playing against Manchester City at the same time. If the task seems near-impossible, the outcome of this match will be nothing short of historic. If the Red and Blue won 4-0, they will score their 3rd and 4th goals in the last 10 minutes of the match, ensuring their qualification at the end of the suspense, in a boiling Parc des Princes.
On January 19th, 2019, on the occasion of the reception of the En Avant Guingamp for the 21st round of Ligue 1 Uber Eats, the Parisians won 9-0, including a hat-trick from Mbappé and Cavani. This scathing victory was the biggest win ever recorded in the history of Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes.
On February 23th, 2020, Paris Saint-Germain played host to the Girondins de Bordeaux at the Parc des Princes, the 26th matchday of Ligue 1 Uber Eats. In the 25th minute, Edinson Cavani's perfect pass from Angel Di Maria made it 200 goals for Paris Saint-Germain, becoming the first player to do so.
During the 1998 Football World Cup organised in France, the Parc des Princes hosted several matches, including the match for third place between the Netherlands and Croatia.
Organised for the first time in France in 2007, the Rugby World Cup saw South Africa triumph over England in the final. The match for third place between the French team and Argentina took place at the Parc.
During the 2019 Women's Football World Cup, organised in France, the Parc des Princes was the venue for the opening match between France and South Korea. The French team won 4-0, thanks in particular to a double from defender Wendy Renard.
The Parc des Princes has also hosted many artists such as the Rolling Stones in 1990, Johnny Hallyday in 1993, and NTM in 2010.