... and the Stade de France is a sight in itself. It's structure is really outstanding. Unfortunately I didn't get the chance to see a game here but I can only imagine what a great experience it would be.
Being a soccer fan I really enjoyed my trip to the Stade de France. I'm not sure how many people would consider it worth their time but the museum was a great place to experience France's 1998 World Cup victory. The exhibition was well presented. You can see how the stadium was actually built and there's a smaller version of it which lights up. There are also quite a few great photographs to see and a souvenier shop with some very nice items to purchase. This picture shows the gear Zinedine Zidane wore during the final.
le parc de saint-cloud,after boulogne-billancourt,is very big and not crowdy;
you can visit the stade de france,where france won the soccer world cup,it is not in paris,but in saint-denis,9 kms north of paris,one of the worst city of the suburbs in matter of criminality