Paris 2024 : The Olympic Sites

Paris 2024 : The Parisian sites of the Paris Olympic Games

Here is the list of Parisian sites where the events of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will take place:

Paris 2024 Olympic venues

Where are the Olympic sites located in Paris in 2024?

Paris 2024 Games

Olympic venues for Paris 2024 are spread across the city of Paris and surrounding regions, offering a variety of iconic settings for the different events.

Here are some of the main sites:

– Stade de France (Saint-Denis): This stadium will host the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the athletics and rugby events.

    → Access: Metro: Line 12 → station: Front Populaire

– Parc des Princes (16th arrondissement): Used for football matches.

    → Access: Metro: Line 9 → station: Porte de Saint-Cloud / Metro: Line 10 → station: Porte d’Auteuil

– Roland-Garros (16th arrondissement): In addition to tennis, this site will also host boxing events.

    → Access: Metro: Line 9 → station: Michel-Ange Auteuil or Michel-Angel Molitor

– Champ de Mars (7th arrondissement): Located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, it will be the site of beach volleyball competitions.

    → Access: Metro: Line 8 → station: Ecole Militaire or La Motte-Piquet Grenelle

– Esplanade des Invalides (7th arrondissement): Here the archery events will take place.

    → Access: Metro: Line 8 and Line 13 → station: Invalides

– Grand Palais (8th arrondissement): Will host fencing and taekwondo events.

    → Access: Metro: Line 1 and Line 13 → station: Champs-Elysées – Clemenceau

– Bercy Accor Arena (12th arrondissement): Basketball and judo competitions will take place there.

    → Access: Metro: Line 6 and Line 14 → station: Bercy  / Metro: Line 1 → station: Gare de Lyon

– Parc de la Villette (19th arrondissement): Host to urban sports such as skateboarding and freestyle BMX.

    → Access: Metro: Line 7 → station: Porte de la Villette or Corentin Cariou

– Château de Versailles (Versailles): Location of horse riding events, as well as the modern pentathlon.

    → Access: RER: Line C → station: Versailles Château – Rive Gauche

– National Vélodrome (Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines): Used for track cycling competitions.

    → Access: RER: Line C and Transilien, lines N and U → station: Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

– Olympic Aquatic Center (Saint-Denis): A new site built for swimming and diving events, located next to the Stade de France.

    → Access: Metro: Line 12 → station: Front Populaire / Line 13 → station: St Denis – Porte de Paris

These Paris Olympic venues not only provide world-class facilities for athletes, but also showcase the historic monuments and landscapes typical of Paris and its surroundings, adding a unique dimension to the 2024 Olympic Games. To find out more about the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics, click here.

Paris 2024 Olympic Games: Find out more

The Paris 2024 Olympic Games, a true global celebration of sport throughout the world, marks, for the first time since 1924, the return of the Summer Games to Paris. Here is a quick presentation of this great event:

Dates and Duration

Dates: July 26 to August 11, 2024.
Duration: 17 days of intense competitions and celebrations.

Vision and Theme

Vision: The Paris 2024 Games aim to be the most inclusive, sustainable and innovative Games in Olympic history.
Theme: “Made for Sharing” – emphasizing on sharing and inclusion.

Sites and Infrastructures

Paris and its region will host the competitions in emblematic sites and modern facilities:

Stade de France: Opening and closing ceremonies, athletics, rugby sevens.
Parc des Princes: Football.
Roland-Garros: Tennis, boxing.
Grand Palais: Fencing, taekwondo.
Champ-de-Mars: Beach volleyball.
Esplanade des Invalides: Archery.
Place de la Concorde: Urban sports (BMX freestyle, skateboarding, breaking).
Bercy Arena (AccorHotels Arena): Basketball, judo, wrestling.
Palais des Sports de Paris-Bercy: Gymnastics.
Saint-Denis Aquatic Center: Diving.
Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines National Velodrome: Track cycling.
National Golf: Golf.
Vaires-sur-Marne nautical base: Rowing, canoeing.
Château of Versailles: Horse riding.
Stade Vélodrome: Football (Marseille).
Port of Marseille: Sailing (Marseille).

Sports and Disciplines

Number of sports: 32 sports with 329 events.
New sports: Breaking (dance sport) will make its Olympic debut, while skateboarding, surfing, and sport climbing, introduced at Tokyo 2020, will be back.

Innovation and Sustainability

Temporary infrastructure: Use of temporary sites and existing facilities to minimize the ecological footprint.
Green transport: Promotion of public transport and sustainable mobility solutions.
Renewable energy: Use of renewable energy sources to power Olympic venues.

Legacy and Impact

Sport for all: Promotion of sport as a vector of social inclusion and public health.
Economic impact: Generation of economic opportunities for Paris and the Île-de-France region.
Sustainability: Implementation of sustainable and environmentally friendly practices for future sporting events.

Participation and Engagement

Volunteers: Around 45,000 volunteers will participate in the organization of the Games.
Citizen engagement: Involvement of citizens through local initiatives and pre-Olympic events.

The Paris 2024 Olympic Games promise to be a spectacular event, highlighting the sporting excellence, innovation and cultural heritage of Paris and France, while promoting the values ​​of Olympism: excellence, friendship and respect.

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