The Park of the Princes or Parc des Princes, is home for the football team of Paris Saint Germain as well as the French national team. It is located at the Porte de Saint Cloud. The first stadium was built in 1897 in an old area of fortifications at the periphery of Paris and Boulogne. The first stage could contain up to 20 000 people. In 1931 it was extended again, this time for 50 000 people. Some buildings around t had to be demolished in order to provide quick access and exit for spectators. Until the construction of the Stade de France in Saint Denis for the Soccer World Cup in 1998, the Parc des Princes was the largest stadium in Paris. Now, serves yet PSG matches, but also for many rugby matches, and for events such as concerts, television specials emissions, something always happens, and sometimes are free events, like the day of the feast of music , June 21, there are plenty of artists gathered for a great concert and everyone can enter. You have to get a little earlier invitations online. For parties, it's crazy, it fills up fast, as elsewhere, but PSG fans have very good reputation. They say they are fascists and racists. After a game, you better go quickie.
Palais Omnisports Paris Bercy is in the Boulevard de Bercy, Paris, 12th district, outside the Ministry of Finance, the Seine and the Library of France. The variety of events includes musical, contests, sports tournaments (tennis, rally, skating, etc.). The stadium was built by two architects, Michel and Pierre parat Andrault. They combined steel, glass and grass. It opened in 1983. This building can contain from 3,000 to 17,000 people in an area of more than 55000m ². Toilets available and a snack bar. Metro: Bercy
The sports facilities at Roland Garros are highly recommended and it's where one of 4 Tennis Grand Slams takes place. The cost of the guided tour is € 10.50 and lasts about 1 hour. You visit: - General facilities - Press area - Players area - Dressing rooms - Living statements - Main Stadium track. Admission to the museum and courts costs 15 euros, the tour can be done Wednesday-Sunday and lasts about 1 hour. For guided visits (by reservation only) phone: 01 47 43 48 48 - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - Web: http://www.fft.fr/rolandgarros/billetterie/ Metro Line 9: Mairie de Montreuil - Pont de Sèvres (stations Michel-Ange Auteuil, Michel-Ange Molitor or Porte de Saint-Cloud) - Metro Line 10: Gare d'Austerlitz-Boulogne (Porte d'Auteuil). From my point of view it's a very highly recommend visit!