Does PSG Own Parc des Princes?

Renovation and expansion In November 2013, PSG reached an agreement with the Paris City Council, owner of the Parc des Princes, to extend their stadium lease for a further 30 years until 2043, based on a fixed rent plus a variable share of their income.

Who owns Stade France?

Consortium Stade de France
Stade de France

Location ZAC du Cornillon Nord Saint-Denis, Île-de-France, France
Public transit Saint-Denis – Porte de Paris Stade de France – Saint-Denis La Plaine – Stade de France
Owner Consortium Stade de France
Operator Consortium Stade de France

Is Stade de France the same as Parc des Princes?

Built in its current form in 1972, and designed by the architect Robert Taillibert, who was also behind Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, the “Parc” was the country’s largest stadium until the Stade de France was built in 1998. This stadium is ideally positioned to host the Paris 2024 Games.

Where do the away fans sit at Parc de Princes?

Away fans are housed within the north-west corner of the stadium between Tribune Auteuil and She Presidential Stand. Accessible via the northerly rue Claude Ferrère the standard allocation of tickets appears to be 2,000.

Is the Stade de France alcohol free?

Fans who like a drink should be aware that not only do drinks at Stade de France come at an inflated price, they are also alcohol-free – including the beer! There are pop-up stands outside the ground where you can get a pint, at typical Parisian prices.

What is the stadium beside Parc des Princes?

The stadium next to Parc de Princes is called Stade Jean-Bouin. It is a 20,000 capacity stadium that was originally opened in 1925, but was completely renovated in 2013. It is home to rugby union side Stade Français, and until 2019, the home of football team Red Star FC.

How much is Paris st Germain worth?

The market value of the Paris Saint-Germain squad is $1.09 billion.