Where to Buy Paris Saint Germain (PSG) Football Tickets

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated February 2, 2023

One of Europe’s glamour clubs, watching a match at Paris Saint-Germain’s Le Parc des Princes stadium is a major attraction for visitors to the French capital.

Matchday at Le Parc des Princes stadium (Photo: PSGMAG.NET via Flickr / CC BY 2.0)

Already the biggest club in France before their acquisition by mega-rich Qatar Sports Investments in 2011, PSG have been propelled to the top table of European football. Regular competitors in the Champions League, in recent years they even went beyond the realms of what seemed possible and signed the one and only Lionel Messi from Barcelona. If you fancy attending a PSG game, tickets for the most high profile matches can be tough to come by, or prohibitively expensive at the very least. However, if you’re happy to attend a less prestigious fixture – or have a large budget to blow on an epic Champions League clash – there are a number of options. Here are three of the best.


Viagogo are a trusted multinational ticket resale and ticket exchange platform for both sellers and buyers on its platform. As Viagogo receive the tickets before they resell them, there’s virtually no risk of you inadvertently buying fakes. When we searched for PSG home games, there was availability for around half of the scheduled fixtures for the rest of the current season – with tickets starting at just €196 for PSG vs Lorient in late April. Other benefits include a guarantee that if you book more than one ticket, the seats will be alongside each other, meaning you won’t be separated from your companions. When it comes to additional fees, if you’re a seller, Viagogo will charge you 15% of the total ticket price. But, if you’re a buyer, you’ll have to pay 20%-30% of the total ticket price. All tickets purchased on Viagogo are issued as E-Tickets, so you don’t need to worry about them getting lost or held up in the post.

Book at Viagogo


A well-established sports tickets broker, Ticketgum works with a large network of suppliers, and the tickets on sale have usually been advertised by people who can’t attend specific games and so are looking to sell their seat. This means that Ticketgum receive tickets prior to reselling them, so there’s almost no risk of fakes. Tickets tend to be shipped two to three days prior to the fixture at the very latest. They have an excellent Trustpilot rating too, meaning you can use their service with full confidence. The website also offer a handy collection service, with designated collection points where you can pick up your tickets, as well as hotel delivery, which is particularly useful when buying tickets at the last minute. When we searched for upcoming home games, we found better availability than Viagogo, with the cheapest tickets being €195 for PSG vs Toulouse in February. As a general guide on additional charges, booking fees for one ticket for this match was €42.

Book at Ticketgum

PSG Official Website

While priority goes to season ticket holders and members, both general sale and VIP hospitality tickets for PSG matches can also be purchased via the club’s official website. VIP tickets are popular with those keen to treat friends, family or corporate guests to an exclusive PSG experience. There are a wide range of VIP packages available, each offering enticing perks such as personalised reception, private lounges, fine dining, a la carte beverages, souvenir gifts, cloakrooms, and outstanding views of the pitch. One of the most opulent VIP offerings is in the Haussmann lounge, which includes premium seats in the Tribune Borelli Haute, plus a spacious suite where you can enjoy a three-course cocktail buffet served before the match, at half-time and after the game), with direct access to your VIP seats. Pricing for all hospitality packages is available on request.

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