Stade de France, Paris
Address: 93200, Saint-Denis, Paris
Useful Ticket Information
Your ticket may reference the following phrases:
- ‘Porte’ – Gate
- ‘Tribune’ – Stand
- ‘Bloc’ - Block
- ‘Rang’ – Row
- ‘Place’ – Seat
In line with usual stadium rules and regulations, any item deemed to pose a threat to the safety of the event will be removed by stadium staff at their discretion.
TRAVEL TO THE STADIUM
Match Day Travel Card
Subject to your travel package inclusion, you will be provided with a single 24 hour zones 1-3 Paris Visite Travel Card for your match day travel. With a Paris Visite Travel card you can travel freely on the Paris public transport system which includes the Metro (Paris underground system), the RER (fast trains between major stations and the suburbs), the Ile-de-France bus lines (RATP and Optile) and the Montmartre funicular. Please note, the ticket will only become active for 24 hours from the date you first use it. The metro map can be found at https://www.gatepanda.com/public/assets/files/PANDA_PRIVATELIBRARY/PARIS/Paris_RATP_Map_2019.pdf
Take Metro Line 13 and alight at Saint-Denis Porte de Paris. Then, follow the crowd on a 10-minute walk to Stade de France via Rue Danielle Casanova/N1
RER lines B and D can be taken from Châtelet (10 minute ride) and Gare de Nord (five minute ride). If you take Line B, disembark at La Plaine Stade de France and take the short eight minute walk to the stadium. If you take Line D, disembark at Stade de France Saint-Denis and follow the 14-minute walk to the stadium.
All travel services will be exceptionally busy on match day and there will also be additional security checks in place at the stadium, so please ensure you allow plenty of time to get there.
Please be advised that pick pockets operate on public transport and around the stadium so take extra care with your belongings and match tickets.