Parc des Princes

Paris Saint Germain
Parc des PrincesParc des Princes

Name: Parc des Princes

Capacity: 48 700

Opended: 1897 (reconstruction: 1932, 1972, 2012)

Field dimensions: 105 x 68 meters

Price of construction: ?


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Modernization of Park des Princes ahead of Euro 2016

Paris - Parc des PrincesParis - Parc des Princes08.07.2016: The Parc des Princes, or Park of the Princes, is the home ground of Paris Saint-Germain. The club has been playing there since 1974, which was four years after PSG had been started. The Parc des Princes, originally a multi-purpose venue, was built in 1897, and like most stadiums at that time it had a cycle track. The track was part of the stadium until 1967, when it hosted the final stage of the Tour de France for the last time. Five years later, a brand new stadium with a capacity of 48,700 was built on the site of the “vélodrome”.

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