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French Ligue 1 Tickets

Ligue 1 is the top league in French club football and features some of the most glamorous names in the European game. Paris Saint-Germain, Olympique Lyonnais, Marseille and Monaco are four that immediately come to mind and these teams have tasted plenty of success in France. However, it is not just about the teams and there are some big names players on show in the 2019/20 Ligue 1. (more) Kylian Mbappe, the most exciting young talent in world football leads the way but with Neymar, Edinson Cavani, Angel Di Maria, Cesc Fabregas, Moussa Dembele and Memphis Depay, fans will be scrambling for Ligue 1 tickets this season.

Buying Ligue 1 Tickets

The fans love their football in France and the four teams highlighted above are a good example of what you can expect to find in this league. Paris Saint-Germain are without doubt the biggest draw but their stadium, the Parc des Princes only holds a capacity of 48,000 so this can make finding tickets difficult. Fortunately, you do not need to look any further than Ticket Compare. Here you will find every ticket that is available for PSG home games and those involving all the other top clubs in France. Not only that but you can find tickets to watch PSG, Lyon, Monaco and Marseille at the lowest prices. If you would prefer to watch other clubs in France such as Rennes, who won the Coupe de France last season and Nice, who have performed well in recent years, you can get tickets here.

France Ligue 1 History

Professional football in France did not exist until 1930, when the National Council of the French Football Federation voted for it’s support. A few years later, and France were ready to kick off their inaugural professional season in 1932. There were 20 founding clubs in Ligue 1 that year, including current teams such as Marseille, Stade Rennais and Montpellier. Prior to 2002, Ligue 1 was known as Division 1. In recent times, new teams have entered the fray and invested heavily into professional French football. The two biggest names to get involved with this are Paris Saint Germain and Monaco, who have collectively spent over £500 million on their team's success both domestically and internationally.

Iconic Stadiums

By purchasing tickets to watch Ligue 1 in France, you have the opportunity to visit some of the most iconic stadiums in world football. The Parc des Princes already highlighted above has a long history and the Stade Velodrome in Marseille is one of the most spectacular venues to watch a football match anywhere in the world. Lyon have a new stadium which is very impressive while Monaco’s Stade Louis II has been used to host the UEFA Super Cup many times. That’s not to mention the Matmut Atlantique in Bordeaux and the stunning Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille which played host to matches in the 2016 European Championship. Attending these fantastic stadiums is just one reason why you should use Ticket Compare to watch a match in Ligue 1 this season.

Average Ticket Prices and Attendance for the Ligue 1

Going to see your favourite team in Ligue 1 is, most likely, going to be pricey. The average ticket price for an away game in Ligue 1 is around £200 and an average ticket price of £40. Prices to vary from team to team, but PSG - who are the most prolific spenders in Ligue 1 - are the priciest. With season ticket prices topping £2000 and day ticket prices ranging from £27 to £186, there is a lot of variance in cost. Ligue 1 attendance is relatively strong, which unfortunately means that tickets are known to sell out - especially for the big games. As expected, PSG has the highest attendance at 46,000, with Marseille coming close by drawing in crowds of 43,000. These are big names, though, with some of the smaller clubs only managing around 3,000 fans to attend their games. In short, Ligue 1 attendance is a bit of a mixed bag. Expect troubles in finding a ticket for the big games, but for lesser known matches you should be okay.

How to Get France Ligue 1 Tickets

Ligue 1 is a league that is growing, and as a result crowds for the matches are getting bigger. Tickets to France Ligue 1 games are becoming harder to come by due to this rise in popularity, so finding the ticket you want is not always as easy as you might hope. Although it is not normal for tickets to sell out for every game, if you want to catch one of the big names you might need to act quickly or try a few different methods to get your tickets. Outlined below are a few of the known channels available to you:

Straight from the source

For Ligue 1 games, most tickets are put up on sale around two to four weeks before the match date. So, if you are looking to buy directly from the club it is vital that you order them as soon as they are released for public sale. Most team box offices are available online, although when tickets are released servers are prone to crashing as a result of a spike in their popularity.

Join the club as a member

Most clubs in Ligue 1 offer an exclusive club membership option, that gives fans a first pass to buy tickets to games. This is great as it can guarantee a seat to a bigger game, but you have to pay a variable rate for the membership. Even then, you still have to buy the ticket, so it can end up costing you quite a lot for the guarantee of a match day ticket for a Ligue 1 game.

Luxurious hospitality tickets

For the executive fans of Ligue 1, corporate and hospitality tickets might be an option to consider. These luxurious tickets include entry to a box seat, as well as a host of other benefits such as a pre-match meal and drinks. All of this decadence and convenience comes at a price, though - literally. Hospitality tickets are notoriously expensive, not to mention they are also known for their rather boring atmosphere. You have been warned!

Ticket touts and scalping

French authorities are becoming a lot stricter when it comes to match day ticket scalping. If you are caught buying, selling or trying to use a fake or scalped ticket to gain entry to a game, you can be charged and banned from future games. It is always advised to avoid the ticket touts at all costs, as you are very likely to end up in some form of trouble.

Official ticket exchanges

Thanks to the advent of the internet, there has been a huge rise in online ticket reselling. In short, these online platforms facilitate legitimate ticket holders to sell their tickets to other fans. This is a great option that normally nets you a good deal for the match you want to go to in Ligue 1. There are a number of exchanges available on our comparison lists for each match. (hide)
Ligue 1 is the top league in French club football and features some of the most glamorous names in the European game. Paris Sain (more) Ligue 1 is the top league in French club football and features some of the most glamorous names in the European game. Paris Saint-Germain, Olympique Lyonnais, Marseille and Monaco are four that immediately come to mind and these teams have tasted plenty of success in France. However, it is not just about the teams and there are some big names players on show in the 2019/20 Ligue 1. Kylian Mbappe, the most exciting young talent in world football leads the way but with Neymar, Edinson Cavani, Angel Di Maria, Cesc Fabregas, Moussa Dembele and Memphis Depay, fans will be scrambling for Ligue 1 tickets this season.

Buying Ligue 1 Tickets

The fans love their football in France and the four teams highlighted above are a good example of what you can expect to find in this league. Paris Saint-Germain are without doubt the biggest draw but their stadium, the Parc des Princes only holds a capacity of 48,000 so this can make finding tickets difficult. Fortunately, you do not need to look any further than Ticket Compare. Here you will find every ticket that is available for PSG home games and those involving all the other top clubs in France. Not only that but you can find tickets to watch PSG, Lyon, Monaco and Marseille at the lowest prices. If you would prefer to watch other clubs in France such as Rennes, who won the Coupe de France last season and Nice, who have performed well in recent years, you can get tickets here.

France Ligue 1 History

Professional football in France did not exist until 1930, when the National Council of the French Football Federation voted for it’s support. A few years later, and France were ready to kick off their inaugural professional season in 1932. There were 20 founding clubs in Ligue 1 that year, including current teams such as Marseille, Stade Rennais and Montpellier. Prior to 2002, Ligue 1 was known as Division 1. In recent times, new teams have entered the fray and invested heavily into professional French football. The two biggest names to get involved with this are Paris Saint Germain and Monaco, who have collectively spent over £500 million on their team's success both domestically and internationally.

Iconic Stadiums

By purchasing tickets to watch Ligue 1 in France, you have the opportunity to visit some of the most iconic stadiums in world football. The Parc des Princes already highlighted above has a long history and the Stade Velodrome in Marseille is one of the most spectacular venues to watch a football match anywhere in the world. Lyon have a new stadium which is very impressive while Monaco’s Stade Louis II has been used to host the UEFA Super Cup many times. That’s not to mention the Matmut Atlantique in Bordeaux and the stunning Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille which played host to matches in the 2016 European Championship. Attending these fantastic stadiums is just one reason why you should use Ticket Compare to watch a match in Ligue 1 this season.

Average Ticket Prices and Attendance for the Ligue 1

Going to see your favourite team in Ligue 1 is, most likely, going to be pricey. The average ticket price for an away game in Ligue 1 is around £200 and an average ticket price of £40. Prices to vary from team to team, but PSG - who are the most prolific spenders in Ligue 1 - are the priciest. With season ticket prices topping £2000 and day ticket prices ranging from £27 to £186, there is a lot of variance in cost. Ligue 1 attendance is relatively strong, which unfortunately means that tickets are known to sell out - especially for the big games. As expected, PSG has the highest attendance at 46,000, with Marseille coming close by drawing in crowds of 43,000. These are big names, though, with some of the smaller clubs only managing around 3,000 fans to attend their games. In short, Ligue 1 attendance is a bit of a mixed bag. Expect troubles in finding a ticket for the big games, but for lesser known matches you should be okay.

How to Get France Ligue 1 Tickets

Ligue 1 is a league that is growing, and as a result crowds for the matches are getting bigger. Tickets to France Ligue 1 games are becoming harder to come by due to this rise in popularity, so finding the ticket you want is not always as easy as you might hope. Although it is not normal for tickets to sell out for every game, if you want to catch one of the big names you might need to act quickly or try a few different methods to get your tickets. Outlined below are a few of the known channels available to you:

Straight from the source

For Ligue 1 games, most tickets are put up on sale around two to four weeks before the match date. So, if you are looking to buy directly from the club it is vital that you order them as soon as they are released for public sale. Most team box offices are available online, although when tickets are released servers are prone to crashing as a result of a spike in their popularity.

Join the club as a member

Most clubs in Ligue 1 offer an exclusive club membership option, that gives fans a first pass to buy tickets to games. This is great as it can guarantee a seat to a bigger game, but you have to pay a variable rate for the membership. Even then, you still have to buy the ticket, so it can end up costing you quite a lot for the guarantee of a match day ticket for a Ligue 1 game.

Luxurious hospitality tickets

For the executive fans of Ligue 1, corporate and hospitality tickets might be an option to consider. These luxurious tickets include entry to a box seat, as well as a host of other benefits such as a pre-match meal and drinks. All of this decadence and convenience comes at a price, though - literally. Hospitality tickets are notoriously expensive, not to mention they are also known for their rather boring atmosphere. You have been warned!

Ticket touts and scalping

French authorities are becoming a lot stricter when it comes to match day ticket scalping. If you are caught buying, selling or trying to use a fake or scalped ticket to gain entry to a game, you can be charged and banned from future games. It is always advised to avoid the ticket touts at all costs, as you are very likely to end up in some form of trouble.

Official ticket exchanges

Thanks to the advent of the internet, there has been a huge rise in online ticket reselling. In short, these online platforms facilitate legitimate ticket holders to sell their tickets to other fans. This is a great option that normally nets you a good deal for the match you want to go to in Ligue 1. There are a number of exchanges available on our comparison lists for each match. (hide)
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Nov 22
Fri 19:45
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Paris Saint-Germain
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN
vs
LOSC Lille
LOSC LILLE
Nov 23
Sat 16:30
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Olympique Lyonnais
OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS
vs
OGC Nice
OGC NICE
Nov 23
Sat 19:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Brest
BREST
vs
FC Nantes
FC NANTES
Nov 23
Sat 19:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
FC Metz
FC METZ
vs
Stade de Reims
STADE DE REIMS
Nov 23
Sat 19:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Amiens
AMIENS
vs
RC Strasbourg Alsace
RC STRASBOURG ALSACE
Nov 23
(Not Final)
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Angers
ANGERS
vs
Nimes Olympique
NIMES OLYMPIQUE
Nov 23
Sat 19:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Dijon FCO
DIJON FCO
vs
Stade Rennais
STADE RENNAIS
Nov 24
Sun 20:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Toulouse
TOULOUSE
vs
Olympique Marseille
OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE
Nov 24
Sun 14:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Girondins Bordeaux
GIRONDINS BORDEAUX
vs
AS Monaco
AS MONACO
Nov 24
Sun 16:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Saint Etienne
SAINT ETIENNE
vs
Montpellier
MONTPELLIER
Nov 29
Fri 19:45
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Olympique Marseille
OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE
vs
Brest
BREST
Nov 30
Sat 16:30
FRENCH LIGUE 1
RC Strasbourg Alsace
RC STRASBOURG ALSACE
vs
Olympique Lyonnais
OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS
Nov 30
Sat 19:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Stade de Reims
STADE DE REIMS
vs
Girondins Bordeaux
GIRONDINS BORDEAUX
Nov 30
Sat 19:00
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Nimes Olympique
NIMES OLYMPIQUE
vs
FC Metz
FC METZ
Nov 30
(Not Final)
FRENCH LIGUE 1
FC Nantes
FC NANTES
vs
Toulouse
TOULOUSE