For the 2024 Paris Olympics, the men’s and women’s soccer tournaments will take place in stadiums across France from July 24 through August 10. 

Where is soccer being played at the 2024 Paris Olympics?

Parc des Princes

Parc des Princes in Paris will host group stage, quarterfinal matches and the gold medal matches for both the men’s and women’s tournaments. 

The stadium has been the home of Paris Saint Germain since 1974, and has staged matches for international competitions such as the men’s 1998 World Cup and women’s 2019 World Cup. Parc des Princes has also hosted major international musical acts such as Michael Jackson, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more. 

Nantes Stadium 

La Beaujoire Stadium in Nantes will host group stage games along with a women’s quarterfinal match and the men’s bronze medal match. The Stadium is approximately two hour away from Paris, and has hosted matches for the 1984 men’s European Championship, the men’s 1998 World Cup and more. 

Bordeaux Stadium

Located two hours outside of Paris, Bordeaux Stadium will host group stage matches as well as a men’s quarterfinal match. The stadium was completed in 2015, originally built for France to host the men’s 2016 European Championships. 

Since its opening, Bordeaux Stadium has been home to the Girondins de Bordeaux, a Ligue 2 soccer team. 

Marseille Stadium

France’s second largest stadium will host a multitude of soccer matches for the Olympics, including quarterfinals and semifinals. Marseille Stadium was originally built in 1937, but underwent several renovations, including the latest in 2014, to modernize and increase capacity. 

The stadium is home to soccer club Olympique de Marseille and has helped host major competitions including the 1938 and 1998 men’s World Cups and the 2007 Rugby World Cup. 

Nice Stadium

Located close to the Mediterranean, Nice Stadium will host multiple men’s and women’s group stage matches during the Paris Olympics. An ultramodern venue, Nice Stadium was built in 2013 to replace Stade de Ray. The stadium boasts rooftop solar panels and a system for harvesting and reusing rainwater and is home to the National Sports Museum and soccer club OGC Nice.

Geoffrey-Guichard Stadium

Built in 1931, Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium is the home of French football club AS Saint-Etienne. It has been renovated several times and partially hosted various major tournaments, including matches for the men’s 1998 World Cup and the 2007 Rugby World Cup. The stadium will host multiple group stage games for the Paris Olympics. 

Lyon Stadium

The home of soccer club Olympique Lyonnais will also host men’s and women’s group stage, quarterfinal and semifinal matches, as well as the women’s bronze medal game for the Paris Olympics. Located in Decines, near Lyon, the Lyon Stadium was opened in 2016 and is France’s third largest stadium. In addition to Olympique Lyonnais, the stadium has hosted many high-level events, including concerts for Rihanna and Celine Dion. 

How big are the stadiums?

Parc des Princes, which will host both the men’s and women’s gold medal matches, has a capacity of 47,926 spectators. The capacities of the other soccer venues are:

  • Marseille Stadium: 67,394
  • Lyon Stadium: 59,186
  • Nantes Stadium: 37,473
  • Bordeaux: 42,000
  • Nice Stadium: 36,178
  • Geoffrey-Guichard Stadium: 41,965

How much will tickets cost?

Tickets for soccer events will range from 24 to 300 Euros ($26 to $324 USD) at face value. 

For the gold medal matches at Parc des Princes, tickets range from 80 to 300 Euros at face value, while group stage games are priced from 24 to 70 Euros.