The Paris 2024 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games is responsible for planning, organising, financing and delivering the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris in 2024, in accordance with the Host City Contract signed by the IOC (International Olympic Committee), CNOSF (French National Olympic and Sports Committee) and Paris City Council.
Paris 2024 was established in January 2018 and is chaired by Tony Estanguet (three-time Olympic champion and IOC member). It is run by an Executive Board, which brings together all the project’s founding members, namely the CNOSF, Paris City Council, the French State, the Ile-de-France region, CPSF (French Paralympic and Sports Committee), Métropole du Grand Paris, Seine Saint Denis departmental council and representatives from the towns and cities involved in the Games.
Paris 2024 now employs more than 800 people from around 10 different countries.
SOLIDEO is the public sector organisation tasked with financing, supervising and delivering the Olympic facilities, including the development and redevelopment work required to host the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. All facilities are designed to factor in their legacy – they will be repurposed after the Games as public amenities, housing units and offices. Read more: www.ouvrages-olympiques.fr
The Games finance themselves
The Paris 2024 team