I am – you are – he/she is – you are – they are – in short : WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS !
Built for the 1998 Football World Cup, the Stade de France stadium became a mythical site with the French team's victory in the final against Brazil: " And one, and two and three - Neil! ". The largest modular Olympic stadium which can house up to 85,000 spectators, welcomes all sorts of wide-scale sports events. Huge concerts and monumental shows also take place there on a regular basis – musicals, operas etc. ...next on the list, the EURO 2016 (enormous, of course).
The stadium can be visited. Allow one hour and a half for the tour, which includes an insight into the feat that is the architecture of the site, as well as a visit behind-the-scenes: locker rooms, around the pitch tour and VIP stands. The visit is a chance to re-live the emotion of the big events which have made this site legendary: sports competitions, concerts and shows.
In addition to the guided tour, the permanent exhibition retraces the essential moments of the stadium's life through its original model: construction, big events, and daily maintenance. Various photos and objects signed by the very famous are also exhibited. At the front, the stars of Stadefrance Boulevard – the celebrities' promenade – immortalize the rich and famous who visited the Stadium.
Stade de France®
Rue Jules Rimet ZAC du Cornillon nord
Accès visites : porte G
+33 (0)8 92 70 09 00 (0,34€/min)
By Métro : ligne 13, Saint-Denis Porte de Paris
By RER D : Stade de France-Saint-Denis
By RER B : La Plaine-Stade de France
By car : link to interactive map
Parking : available for cars, coaches and disabled spaces.