Book your parking space for the events at the Stade de France
By using the parking solutions on Parkings de Paris.com, you’ll never miss the beginning of a match or concert getting stuck in traffic jams and in addition you benefit from really competitive rates
The Stade de France can take up to 80.000 visitors, most of whom arrive by car, causing huge traffic jams around the stadium on match and concert days. To avoid these problems, ParkingsdeParis.com offers spectators parking solutions and park-and-ride schemes, i.e. using different means of transport for one journey. As far as ParkingsdeParis.com is concerned, the park-and-ride system gains time and money !
The Stade Vinci car park is a cheap parking facility about 15 minutes on foot away from the Stade de France. This car park is particularly recommended to anyone who wishes to reach the Stade de France on foot and save cash on parking.
The Forum des Halles-Rambuteau car park is directly connected to the Châtelet-Les Halles station from where you can take the RER B direction Mitry-Claye or Aéroport Charles de Gaulle which will take you to the Stade de France in under 10 minutes, or the RER D direction Orry-la-Ville-Coye which will take you to the Stade de France in under 10 minutes too.
With the Porte de Saint-Ouen car park : make your way to the Porte de Saint-Ouen metro station 2 minutes’ walk away and take line 13 towards Saint-Denis Université to the Saint-Denis Porte de Paris stop (an 8-minute journey); from here it will take you 10 minutes on foot to the Stade de France.
The Maison Blanche cark par is a park and ride car park which is located next to Châtillon-Montrouge metro-station. Take line 13 towards Saint-Denis Université to the Saint-Denis Porte de Paris stop (an 30-minute journey). From here it will take a 10-minute walk to join the Stade de France.
The Gare du Nord - Stalingrad car park is just a 10-minute walk from the Gare du Nord railway station where you will take the RER train line B going to Charles-de-Gaulle/Mitry-Claye. In 5 minutes, you will arrive at La Plaine-Stade de France station, it’s here ! If you don't want to walk from the Gare du Nord, the Stalingrad metro station is at 5-minute walk by the boulevard de la Villette. Line 5 will take you to Gare du Nord in just 2 minutes.
Take the RER train line B from Gare du Nord after parking at Gare du Nord - Goutte d'Or car park. You will arrive at La Plaine/Stade de France station in only 5 minutes !
The Aulnay-Gare car park is 10 metres from the Aulnay-sous-Bois station from where you can take the RER B (Regional Express Railway) direction Robinson or Saint Rémy lès-Chevreuse which will take you to the La Plaine Stade de France station in under 15 minutes, from here it will take you less than 10 minutes on foot to the Stade de France.
The Charléty-Coubertin car park is situated at less than 10-minute walk from the Cité Universitaire RER station. Take the RER B (direction Mitry-Claye) which will take you to the Stade de France in 20 minutes.
From the parking Grand Garage de Clignancourt, it's a 3-minute walk to the Simplon metro station where you should take line 4 in the direction of Mairie de Montrouge. This will take you in no time to the Gare du Nord railway station where you can take the RER B (in the direction of Charles de Gaulle airport) or the RER D (in the direction of Orry-la-Ville/Coye) directly to the Stade de France. You should allow about 30 minutes for the journey.
Take our word for it : with the park-and-ride system, there are no problems getting there, no traffic jams, no awful setbacks and in addition, you save money !
Photo : Stade de France-Macary/Zublena et Regembal/ Costantini-Archiectes/ADAGP 2012 - CRT Paris Ile-de-France