The French League has seen some amazing talents along the years play for the top French teams, as well as providing the ground for emerging Franch talents to rise as well as attracting top football stars from all over the world. The likes of French legends such as Thierry Henry, David Trezeguet, Zinadine Zidane started their journey in the French Ligue and have managed to attract fans from all over the world to follow them and buy French Ligue tickets. The modern game and large amounts of money from rich billionaires helped teams such as PSG and Monaco to attract many megastars into the French Ligue of the likes of Neymar jr, Kylian Mbappé, Ángel Di María, Cesc Fabregas and many more.
Each French Ligue 1 team plays a 38-match schedule during the regular season, which this doesn't include domestic and international cups. The French Ligue 1 regular-season starts at the beginning of August and ends during the month of May. Each French Ligue 1 team will face their rivals two times during the regular season, one match at home and one match away and in total, 38 matchdays. Also, the French Ligue 1 teams will take part in the French domestic cups: Coupe de France, Trophée des Champions and Coupe de la Ligue.
Fans that are looking to buy France Ligue 1 tickets will be able to find tickets at an average cost of €75 per ticket, it is also possible to find tickets as low as €30 per ticket for lesser matches. Top matches between major club such as Paris Saint Germain and Monaco will cost significantly higher and will exceed this average. The best deals and Bundesliga ticket prices can be found for the early-season matches and games that take place during the middle of the week where demand for tickets is a bit lower.
In the table below you can find more information on the top French Ligue 1 Stadiums, when you are looking to buy French Ligue tickets to any one of the French football teams or if you are looking for other upcoming live events that are will take place in one of the venues listed below, then go ahead and click on either one of the French Ligue 1 venues and you will be able to find a list with all the events that are scheduled to take place in that stadium.
|Lyon||Parc Olympique Lyonnais||Decines||58,927||2016|
|Paris Saint-Germain||Parc des Princes||Paris||48,712||1897|
|FC Bordeaux||Matmut Atlantique||Bordeaux||42,115||2015|
|Marseille||Stade Orange Vélodrome||Marseille||42,000||1937|
|Nantes||Stade de la Beaujoire||Nantes||37,473||1984|
|Toulouse||Stade Municipal de Toulouse||Toulouse||35,472||1937|
|Montpellier||Stade de la Mosson||Montpellier||32,900||1972|
|RC Strasbourg||Stade de la Meinau||Strasbourg||29,000||1906|
|Caen||Stade Michel d'Ornano||Caen||21,500||1993|
|Troyes||Stade de l'Aube||Troyes||20,400||1924|
|Monaco||Stade Louis II||Monaco||18,480||1985|
|Guingamp||Stade Du Roudourou||Guingamp||18,250||1990|
|Angers||Stade Raymond Kopa||Paris||17,835||1925|
|Dijon||Stade Gaston Gérard||Dijon||15,995||1934|
|Amiens SC||Stade de la Licorne||Amiens||12,097||1999|
Each French Ligue 1 match consists of two 45-minute halves, with a halftime break between both halves, some French Ligue 1 matches will have an added stoppage time if needed.
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