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Games anchored at the heart of the city, Games reaching across the entire Île-de-France region, Games deployed throughout France, in 2024, the Paris Games will be showcased to support athletic performance and sport, but in a way that brings us together. We are transforming the city’s iconic landmarks into sporting arenas to set the stage for great sporting moments against a backdrop of Paris’ magnificent monuments. We are showcasing existing sports venues, by projecting the Games’ influence on to them. We are supporting the regions by harnessing the power of sport to build a lasting legacy. This unique concept guides our masterplan for the 35 venues that you will be able to discover here.


Because Paris is not like any other city, it deserves every honour. The Games in the capital city promise a complete spectacle, thought out for the athletes, spectators and television audiences. Paris’ iconic landmarks are being transformed into sporting arenas to offer spectators an unparalleled experience and provide an outstanding backdrop for sporting prowess. World-class sports venues will be in the spotlight for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. In total, 14 exceptional sites make up a compact concept, with 24 Olympic sports (out of 32) located within 10 km of the Village. 

Bercy Arena South Paris Arena 6 South Paris Arena 4 South Paris Arena 1 Champ-de-MarsArena Invalides Roland-Garros Stadium Parc des Princes Eiffel Tower Stadium Pont d’Iéna  La Concorde Porte de laChapelle Arena Grand Palais
Pont d’Iéna  La Concorde Parc des Princes BercyArena South Paris Arena 6 South Paris Arena 4 South Paris Arena 1 Porte de laChapelle Arena Champ de Mars Arena Invalides Roland-Garros Stadium Eiffel Tower Stadium Grand Palais
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The Games will shine out around the capital, from Les Yvelines to Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-et-Marne and Seine-Saint-Denis. At the heart of the project, from the bid phase, Seine-Saint-Denis will be home to the Olympic and Paralympic Village, the Media Village and six sports. In addition, two Paralympic events will provide a unique opportunity to showcase the Seine-Saint-Denis department with spectators and television viewers from around the world: the Paralympic marathon and Paralympic road cycling. These two events and the mass participation cycling event will take in various locations across the department. 

Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesVelodrome Elancourt hill Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesBMX Stadium Château de Versailles Golf National La Défense Arena Yves-du-Manoir Stadium Vaires-sur-MarneNautical Stadium La Courneuve Shooting range Stade de France Le Bourget Sport climbing venue Aquatics Centre Pierre de Coubertin Stadium
Yves-du-Manoirstadium La Courneuve Shootingrange Le BourgetSport climbing venue Stade de France Aquatics Centre La DéfenseArena Château de Versailles Vaires-sur-MarneNautical Stadium Elancourt hill Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesVelodrome Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesBMX stadium Golf National Pierre de Coubertin Stadium
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The Paris 2024 Games are for the whole of France, promoting the country’s rich and diverse heritage. The football tournament will be played at five stadiums in other regions across France: Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon, Nice and Marseille. All of the handball matches will be played in Lille, while sailing will head to the Mediterranean, in Marseille. For the first time in history, the Games will even benefit overseas territories and their communities, with the Teahupo’o site in Tahiti to stagthe Olympic surfing competition on one of the most beautiful waves in the world. 

Nantes Stadium Lille Stadium Teahupo’o Marseille Stadium Lyon Stadium Nice Stadium Marseille Marina Bordeaux Stadium Saint-Etienne Stadium
Nantes Stadium Marseille Marina Lyon Stadium Nice Stadium Marseille Stadium Bordeaux Stadium Saint-EtienneStadium Lille Stadium TahitiTeahupo’o
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