Supporters travelling by train to the Parc des Princes are advised to allow plenty of time to get through the security and entrance checks, marked with a V on the stadium plan
The almost 900 supporters (about 520 members and approximately 300 supporters club members) that will be travelling to watch FC Barcelona take on PSG next Tuesday in the Champions League group stage should all make sure they know where they have to enter the stadium to get to their seat and be aware of certain security regulations at the stadium in order to avoid any problems on entering the Parc des Princes.
The game kicks off at 8.45 PM CET and all supporters going to the stadium are advised to allow plenty of time to get through the security and entrance checks. The best way to get to the ground is on public transport, preferably by train or metro. Please note that Parisian trains tend to be quite crowded, so make sure you leave in good time to avoid problems getting into the stadium.
Please note that the FC Barcelona supporters will not be located in the same zone that they were in the last time the team played at the Parc des Princes. This time, the FC Barcelona fans will be located in zone V, in the opposite corner to two years ago. The entrance is very close to the ‘Porte de Saint-Cloud’ metro station on line 9, heading southeast from the city centre towards ‘Pont de Sèvres’. But although this metro station is very close to the stadium, the security and entrance checks always delay entry by visiting supporters in the ground.
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