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Fan info for the match in Paris

BVB will be away to Paris Saint-Germain on the first matchday of the Champions League group stages on Tuesday. The game at the Parc des Princes will kick off at 21:00 CET. All 2,000 available away tickets have been purchased. We recommend that all travelling BVB fans read through the fan information summarised below before making the trip in order to avoid problems on the day of the match.

With 2.2 million inhabitants, the French capital of Paris is the fourth-biggest city in Europe and is regarded as a metropolis for art, fashion and culture. Paris Saint-Germain play their home games at the “Parc des Princes” stadium, which was opened in the year 1897. For international matches, the stadium has a capacity of approximately 44,300 spectators.

Travel

Coach:

All fan clubs and fan groups that arrive by coach and have registered a parking ticket with the fan representatives can park in the away coach parking lot at the stadium. If you arrive early in Paris on the day of the match, your coach company can drop you off in the city centre and drive to the away coach parking lot with an empty coach. The parking lot opens at 10:00 CET and closes at 18:00 CET. Unfortunately, it will not be possible to park in the coach parking lot at the stadium without having registered before the deadline, which has already expired.

Address for the away coach parking lot:

2 Rue du Commandant Guilbaud
75016 Paris

The parking lot is exclusively for coaches. Unfortunately, there are no parking facilities for cars and nine-seaters at the stadium. We therefore recommend using the parking lots and multi-storey car parks in the Paris city area and getting to the stadium from there by public transport.

Public transport:

From the city centre, take metro line 9 to the station “Porte de Saint-Cloud”. The bus lines 22, 62, 72, PC1, 175, 189 and 289 also stop at the station “Porte de Saint-Cloud”.

The station is in the direct vicinity of the away entrance.

Meeting point/fan march

The Parisian police consider an organised meeting and also a fan march to be a demonstration. Accordingly, a demonstration registrant is required. With that in mind, we are explicitly refraining from communicating a meeting point.

Stadium

Entrance to the stadium for visiting fans is via "Gate V" (Visitor) in the "Rue du Commandant Guilbaud". Gates open at 19:00 CET. The away sector in the stadium is located in blocks 101/102 in the lower tier and in blocks 301/302 in the upper tier.

Important info: The printed tickets absolutely must be presented in colour at the entrance. It is also possible to enter by presenting the digital ticket on your smartphone.

Entrance inspections and physical checks will be carried out by the police; police units will also be present in and around the away block during the match.

Persons that are obviously dressed as BVB fans will not be allowed access to the stadium outside the away block.

Permitted fan paraphernalia:

  • 2 megaphones (already registered)
  • 2 drums (already registered)
  • Small flags with a pole length of up to 1.50m
  • Fence flags
  • Bum bag/hip bags

Forbidden:

  • Pyrotechnics
  • Rucksacks and bags
  • E-cigarettes
  • Power banks
  • Umbrellas

There will be no storage location for bags and rucksacks at the stadium. You can pay with both cash and credit card at the stadium.

There will be a 30-minute block closure after the final whistle. 

Contact

The fan representatives Sebastian Walleit (0151-46505752), Nicole Möller (0170-7767327) and Björn Hegemann (0151-15395123) will be your points of contact on site. Thorsten Grunewald and Laura Brand from Fanprojekt Dortmund e.V. will be on site in Paris too.