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Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome

The Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome is an outstanding showcase, already built and operational 10 years before the Paris 2024 Games. This flagship of the French Cycling Federation, whose headquarters have been based at the Velodrome since it opened, was built in 2014. This high-level venue regularly hosts the various French teams in its ultramodern facilities. The Velodrome’s modular and flexible design, illustrated by its vast central area, enables it to regularly host training sessions and events for other sports.

Created specifically with a view to staging international competitions, the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome hosted the French Track Championships in 2014, the World Championships in 2015 and the European Championships in 2016, which will be followed by the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2024.

Capacity: 5,000 spectators

What sports for Paris 2024?

Olympic Games:

  • Sprint (women’s / men’s)
  • Team Sprint (women’s / men’s)
  • Keirin (women’s / men’s)
  • Team Pursuit (women’s / men’s)
  • Omnium (women’s / men’s)
  • Madison (women’s / men’s)

Paralympic Games

Where is it located?

Department: Yvelines (78)

City: Montigny-le-Bretonneux

Distance from the Olympic and Paralympic Village: 36km

Games venues located nearby: Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Stadium, Golf National, Elancourt Hill, Palace of Versailles

Tourist attractions located nearby: Palace of Versailles

Read more about the host town :

Discover the Communauté d'agglomération Saint Quentin en Yvelines

How to get there?

The Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines National Velodrome will be served by Saint‑Quentin‑en‑Yvelines station (RER line C, train line N from the Gare Montparnasse in central Paris, train line U from La Défense station). Spectators are advised to allow sufficient travel time and to arrive early at the competition site.


Following the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome will resume its role as the flagship for French cycling, home to the French Cycling Federation’s headquarters, hosting both training camps for national teams and the biggest international track cycling competitions.