Paris stadiums, football or rugby matches. The top biggest stadiums in Paris are the Stade de France and the Parc des Princes. Most important football and rugby competitions, French Ligue 1, Champions League (soccer), Autumn Internationals (rugby) are played in these sport venues.
How big is the Stade de France? It is the biggest stadium in France with over 81 000 seats. It isn't only an excellent place for football or rubgy matches, it is a great venue for concerts. Very special! The roof has a shape of an ellipse. Huge screens are well located for a better view of the players. Who is playing now at the Stade de France?
The Autumn Internationals or End of year rugby union tests are played at the Stade de France in November every year.
The Six Nations Championship is an annual tournament between England, Ireland, Italy, Wales, Scotland and France.
Where is the Stade de France? In Saint-Denis, north of Paris. You can take the RER B or D: La Plaine Stade de France and Stade de France Saint-Denis stops. Address: Stade de France, Avenue du President Wilson.
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The French Cup Final 2018: May 8, 2018
The Parc des Princes is one of the Paris stadiums. It is located south west of the city of Paris. Address: 24 rue du Commandant Guilbaud Paris 16th arrondissement. It's much easier to come by metro. Station: Porte de saint-Cloud. It is one of the largest stadiums of France with over 48 000 seats. The Parc des Princes has been hosted the football World Cup finals few times. In 1998, France was playing against Brazil. And France won the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The Parc des Princes is home of the famous football club, the Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
The French Ligue 1 is Le Championnat, is one of the best football, soccer competition between notable football clubs like the FC Sochaux, FC Nantes, OM Olympique de Marseilles, Racing Paris, OL Olympique lyonnais, PSG Paris Saint-Germain ... They are in total 20 clubs.
The Champions League (UEFA) is also an annual competition between the best European football clubs, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Ajax Amsterdam, FC Barcelone, Chelsea FC...
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