Paris Saint-Germain makes a commitment to social, economic and environmental eco-responsibility


The Parc des Princes’ exclusive management corporation (La SESE), which is owned outright by Paris Saint-Germain, signed the eco-responsibility charter for major international sporting events (MISE).

In the presence of Laura Flessel, Minister of Sports, Isabelle Autissier, President of WWF France, and 30 MISE representatives, Executive Manager Jean-Claude Blanc signed the charter, which commits the Parisian club to fulfilling 15 specific obligations with regard to sustainable food choices, reducing waste, social commitment and offering a quality reception to disabled spectators.

The charter will be implemented at all events organised by Paris Saint-Germain Football in the Parc des Princes. In the 2017/2018 season alone, the Parc des Princes welcomed more than 1.1 million spectators over 25 first-team match days and around 30 non-sporting events (Paris Saint-Germain Foundation’s Children’s Day and Gala, “Striving for Excellence” seminar, Sportem and other corporate seminars).

Every year, on the anniversary of the date the charter was signed, an annual review of the actions put in place will be carried out. This will enable those who signed the charter to revise the objectives set and share any successes or problems encountered.

List of the charter’s 15 eco-responsible commitments:

- A minimum of 50% sustainable food choices
- A minimum of 80% of all journeys made using active mobility, public transport or car pools
- 80% of purchases adhere to “sustainable procurement” criteria
- 15% reduction in waste and 40% of waste reused, recycled or repurposed, 60% of food waste processed as biowaste
- 100% of natural sites and green spaces respected and/or 1 programme to promote biodiversity
- 100% of all energy and water consumption controlled and optimised, 25% renewable or reutilised energy
- 100% of events and services guarantee an equivalent welcome for disabled spectators
- 1 programme that makes it easier for disadvantaged populations to get involved
- 1 “eco-responsible” innovation tested (at least)
- 1 programme based on social commitment
- 1 programme to encourage the identification of and dialogue with local stakeholders
- 1 commitment (at least) to a charitable cause
- 1 action (at least) to encourage equality and fight against discrimination
- 1 action plan for responsible equipment management
- 1 programme to raise awareness about eco-responsibility