Olympic and Paralympic Games venues
What will be the Olympic and Paralympic Games venues? In 2024 in Paris there will be Olympics once again. Here is the info about the main competitions!
A century after hosting the Olympic Games, Paris will host again the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2024. Find out which are the competition fields and the sports that will be practiced!
In 2024, Paris will host the Olympic Games. The Olympics will be from July 26 to August 15; the Paralympic Games will be from August 28 to September 8.
The main competition will be in the following venues:
- Roland Garros stadium
- Arena Gate of the Chapel
- Accor Arena (Bercy)
- Princes Park
- The Seine, where the opening ceremony will take place
2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games venues
The venues for the Olympic and Paralympic Games were officially validated by the Paris 2024 Board of Directors on December 17, 2020.
They rely on existing infrastructure:
- Tennis, boxing, wheelchair tennis, and sitting volleyball competitions will be at Roland-Garros
- Basketball, gymnastics (artistic and trampoline), and wheelchair basketball at the AccorArena
- Volleyball, table tennis, basketball, weightlifting, boccia, and para table tennis at Paris Expo
- Football at the Parc des Princes
- Goalball at the Pierre-de-Coubertin stadium
Paris will see the construction of an 8000-seat Arena, in the heart of the Chapelle district. This is for the badminton and rhythmic gymnastics events of the Olympic Games and the para-badminton and para weightlifting events of the Paralympic Games. Plus, it will surely be an important legacy for Parisians.
- Fencing, taekwondo, wheelchair fencing and para taekwondo at the Grand Palais
- Judo, wrestling, para judo, and wheelchair rugby at the temporary Grand Palais
- Beach volleyball and 5-a-side football at the Champ-de-Mars
- Triathlon, swimming, athletics, cycling, and para-triathlon at the Pont d’Iéna
- Skateboarding, 3X3 basketball, BMX freestyle at Concorde.