Tickets: Ticket prices for matches and concerts vary according to the event and preferred seat. Tickets for the stadium tour cost 15€ for adults and 10€ for children aged between 5 and 18. The tour is free for children under 5.
How do you get to Stade de France?
To reach the stadium by public transport you can either take the metro or the RER (metro extension). Both RER lines B and D can be taken from station Châtelet (10-minute ride) and Gare de Nord (5-minute ride). If you take line B, get off at station La Plaine Stade de France.
Can you tour the Stade de France?
Follow the official Stade de France tour guide and discover the behind-the-scenes of France’s biggest sportive and music venue. During a one-hour tour, follow the route taken by the the greatest athletes, wander through the changing rooms and stroll alongside the pitch.
What can you see at the Stade de France?
Sporting events held at the Stade de France include matches (preliminary contests as well as finals) of the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2007 Rugby World Cup and UEFA Euro 2016. The 2023 Rugby World Cup, including the final, is also planned for the venue.
Who plays Stade de France?
The Stade de France is the largest stadium in France and is used by both the France national football team and French rugby union team for international games. With an all-seater capacity of 81,000, the stadium is the sixth largest in Europe.
What is the meaning of Stade?
stade in American English
(steid) noun. Geology. a period of time represented by a glacial deposit. Also: stadial.