How to get to the Stade de France on Friday for the Top 14 final?

By subway :

In the absence of the RER and Transilien lines, metro lines 12 and 13 could be your best friends, but they are very popular at the end of the day, especially during the week.
Over there line 13you can get off at Saint-Denis – Porte de Paris station to get to the Stade de France after a 10-minute walk according to Google maps.

the stop Aubervilliers – Saint-Denis Popular Front of the line 12 you can also reach the Dionysian enclosure but you will have to walk 27 minutes.

By tram:

By the line #1stop station Basilica of St. Denis, the Stade de France is a 23-minute walk away. If you choose the line #8station Saint-Denis Gate of Paris, this will be 10 minute walk.

By the road :

If you take the A1 motorway from Paris (Porte de la Chapelle), you can exit at exit 2 (Stade de France) but the risk of traffic jams is high.
You can also arrive by the A86 by taking exit n°9 (Saint Denis – La Plaine Stade de France).

Car parks (paying, space to be reserved in advance) are available around the stadium, open between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. The SDF website specifies that “depending on your front door, and if several car parks are offered to you by the ticketing system, we prefer to give priority to:

. Parking P1 for entry into gates N, R, S, T, U, X, Y – height limit: 2m10
. Parking P2 for entry into gates H, J, K, L, N, R – height limit: 2m
. Parking P3 for entry into gates Z, A, B, C, D, E, G, H, J, K – height limit: 2m10

In addition to the covered car parks, free spaces are provided for two-wheelers at the level of the lock esplanade, the P4 car park and the sidewalk of rue Henri-Delaunay.

By bus :

The Stade de France website indicates the possibility of taking buses n° 239, 153, 353 and 255 to the Delaunay-Rimet train station which is at the foot of the forecourt of the enclosure or bus n°139 from Porte de Villette to the stop Plain Stade de France (8 minute walk).
To come back, the Noctilien n°44 in the direction of Sarcelles or the n°43 in the direction of Paris (Terminus Gare de l’Est) could be useful to you.

By bike :

If you are a fan of cycling, and you have the possibility, many Vélib’ stations are available near the Stade de France, among them n°32011, near the RER station of la Plaine – SDF and n °32014, next to the Grand Stade clinic.

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