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Over the past 15 years, some of the best footballers in the world have played their football for PSG at the Parc des Princes. This has made PSG tickets hard to come by as crowds have flocked to watch the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Neymar, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe play in the French capital. If you are on the hunt for PSG tickets then we've got you covered. The guide below provides you with everything you need to know.
PSG tickets & prices at the Parc des Princes
PSG season tickets: Pricing, availability
Season tickets for the 23/24 season were sold out quickly with the majority of existing holders renewing at the end of the 2022/23 season. The few that became available were snapped up by MyParis members who had priority purchase.
The prices of season tickets at the Parc des Princes vary massively depending on where you sit. The cheapest season tickets are in the ultras section (Virage Auteuil) at €490 while the most expensive season tickets are down the sides of the stadium at €1200.
Season ticket prices were increased by between 3-7% last season, with the exception of the Virage Auteuil where prices have remained the same for eight years.
PSG matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability
If you can't get a PSG season ticket then your best chance of watching matches at he Parc des Princes is to buy single-match tickets on a week-by-week basis. While PSG members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for every match, only some will be made available to the general public.
Ticket prices vary from €20 to €80 depending on where you want to sit in the stadium and there is a mark-up on tickets for the biggest matches. Fans can also take advantage of the Ticketplace system on the PSG website where season ticket holders and members advertise their returns if they can no longer attend a match.
Do I need a membership to buy PSG tickets?
You don't need a membership to buy PSG tickets but it does give you a better chance of obtaining them for the biggest matches, including Champions League games. If you don't have a membership, then you do still need to have an account on the official PSG website in order to purchase tickets.
How to get a PSG membership
In order to get a PSG membership, you will need to purchase one directly from the club. They currently have three types of membership available:
- Red and Blue: Membership for overseas fans
- Red and Blue Premium: Membership for fans in France
- Junior Club: Membership for fans under 16.
All three membership types provide fans with discounts on tickets and merchandise while also giving them a better opportunity to obtain tickets for the biggest matches at the Parc des Princes. Red and Blue Premium members also get priority access to season tickets when they become available.
PSG seating plan at Parc des Princes
PSG hospitality tickets
Like all major stadiums in Europe, PSG offers several hospitality packages to supporters for those who want to enjoy the match in style. In total, there are 15 hospitality options at the Parc des Princes from hospitality boxes to executive suites.
Each hospitality package is unique in its own way and prices vary from €6500 for the season to €16,500. Only certain hospitality packages are available on a single-match basis – Espace International and Space 1970. The rest are all only available to purchase on a seasonal basis. Some of the most popular packages are:
- Collective club: Classic hospitality box that can be enjoyed in a group
- Vendome Club: Access to a private lounge and leather seats for the match in the Tribune Borelli.
- Avenue du Parc: A private 15-person suite and the best seats in the house for the match.
- International space: A cocktail buffet in an exclusive lounge, complete with an outdoor patio.
- Europe space: A pitch-level hospitality experience.
How to get to the Parc des Princes at PSG
The easiest way to get to the Parc des Prince is to get to the Parsis Metro. Form the city centre, fans need to get on line 9 to Porte de Saint-Cloud. From there, the stadium is just a five-minute walk away. Alternatively, you can use line 10 and get off at Porte d'Auteuil which is a ten-minute walk away from the stadium.
If you insist on driving, then take the D910/Boulogne if you are coming from the south and the Avenue de la Porte de Saint-Cloud if you are coming from the north. Considering how bad the Paris traffic is, though, consider getting a taxi if you really don't want to use the metro.
How can I get PSG away tickets?
PSG away tickets are sold primarily to PSG season ticket holders although sometimes, they will be made available to members and even the general public. The safest way to buy PSG away tickets is to use the official PSG website. Always exercise caution when purchasing tickets from third-party websites.
How can I get cheap PSG tickets?
The best way to get cheap PSG tickets is to pick your game carefully. Matches against “weaker” or “smaller” opposition are usually cheaper, particularly through the Ticketplace option on the PSG website. Ticket prices behind either goal at the Parc des Princes are also cheaper than those along the sides.
Can I do a stadium tour of the Parc des Princes?
Parc des Princes are stadium tours are offered all year round, even on matchdays. Fans can enjoy a full tour of the stadium, including the trophy room and the two dressing rooms all while learning more about the history of the club. On matchdays, you will also be able to enter the mixed zone to get a close-up view of the players as they arrive at the stadium. Prices are €15 for a normal tour and €50 for a matchday tour.
How to watch PSG at home
If you can't get PSG tickets or get to Paris to watch a PSG game then you can always watch them from the comfort of your own home. Ligue 1 matches are shown exclusively on TNT Sports in the UK, and PSG are shown regularly as the nation's premier team. Champions League matches are also shown on TNT Sports.