PARC des Princes, the pride stadium for Parisians is known as home to the football team Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) that have competed there since 1973.PARC des Princes, which has a seating capacity of 48 712, is designed to emphasize the elements of comfort and visibility. Avant-garde architecture is also applied when a large structure was first constructed in 1897. With all the advantages it has, PARC des Princes are very worthy to be a place in the prestige-laden event Euro 2016, as has been done on the mat Euro 1984 and two World Cups (1938 and 1998).
PARC des Princes has a meaning prince garden, referring to the hunting grounds of the royal princes in the past which is then converted into the stadium.PARC des Princes was formerly opened on July 18, 1897 as a venue to hold various activities, not football alone.
Historically, the PARC des Princes has held the Olympic Games, various soccer tournaments, a great championship track cycling, rugby, boxing, up to a music concert. PARC des Princes is now focusing on secondary events. A larger event held in larger stadiums, the Stade de France.
Various historic music concert ever held in this stadium, such as Michael Jackson concert tour titled Bad World Tour and the History World Tour, as well as Metallica, The Rolling Stones, U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, and so on.
PARC des Princes has a special tribune for PSG supporters, the Boulogne Tribune. The tribune has a reputation as the worst tribune in French football. Due regard to various acts of violence, certain political groups, and became a symbol of hooliganism and political extremists in the French culture. However, strict measures to discipline the tribune in the year 2010 is already reaping the rewards.