The map of the competition sites

The map of the competition sites
The map of the competition sites

The Olympic Games start on July 24, 2024 and will end on August 11, and the organization is on alert to ensure that the sites are delivered on time. According to the deputy mayor of Paris, in charge of the Olympic Games, Pierre Rabadan, “the sites are almost all set.” While all eyes are on France, the Olympic sites are increasingly visible, whether in France or in Tahiti. Here are the main sites that will host the Olympic Games for a month:

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Arena Bercy

Capacity: 15,000 seats

  • Basketball
  • Artistic Gymnastics
  • Trampoline

Arena Champ-de-Mars

Arena Paris Nord

Paris Sud Arena

Capacity: 12,000 seats and 6,000 seats

  • Weightlifting
  • Handball
  • Table tennis
  • Volleyball

Arena Porte de La Chapelle

  • Badminton
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics

Aquatic Center

  • Synchronized swimming
  • Dive
  • Water-Polo

Châteauroux National Shooting Center


Castle of Versailles

Capacity: 20,000 seats + 80,000 standing

  • Pentathlon moderne
  • Equestrian Sports

Colline d’Elancourt

Capacity: 2000 places + 20000 standing

Big palace

Capacity: 7000 seats

City Hall



Capacity: 6000 seats

  • Athletics
  • Road cycling
  • Archery

With its new lawns, the Esplanade des Invalides (7th arrondissement) will host the Olympic Games. The stands are up and traffic is closed.


  • Basketball 3×3
  • Breaking
  • BMX Freestyle Cycling
  • Skateboard

Place de la Concorde (8th arrondissement) is closed to traffic until the end of the Olympic Games. The stands and a marquee were installed opposite the Hôtel de la Marine and at the Crillon. 3×3 basketball, BMX, breakdancing and skateboarding can be followed by 37,000 spectators within this venue.

Marseille Marina

Capacity: 5,000 seats + 10,000 standing


Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines National Golf Course

Capacity: 5,000 seats + 30,000 standing

Princes Park

Capacity: 45,000 seats

Paris La Defense Arena

Capacity: From 15,000 to 40,000 seats

Pont Alexandre III

Capacity: 3000 seats + 10000 standing

  • Triathlon
  • Road cycling
  • Marathon Swimming

The traffic is closed to traffic, so the stands have already been installed. The finish of the individual time trial in road cycling, the marathon swimming, the triathlon and the paratriathlon will take place there.

Bourget climbing site

Capacity: 6000 seats

BMX Stadium of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

Capacity: 3,000 seats

Cycling BMX Racing

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Bordeaux Stadium

Capacity: 42,000 spectators

Stade de France

Capacity: 80,000 seats

Beaujoire Stadium

Capacity: 35,322

Lyon Stadium

Capacity: 59,186 places

Marseille Stadium

Capacity: 67,000 seats

Nice stadium

Capacity: 36,178 seats

Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium

Capacity: 41,965

Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium

Capacity: 12,500 seats

  • Rowing
  • Canoe Slalom
  • Canoe Sprint

12,500 seats for rowing and canoeing, as well as 10,300 seats for canoe slalom have been created. Official training starts on July 20 on this site.

Pierre Mauroy Stadium

Capacity: 50,000 seats

Stade Roland-Garros

Capacity: 15,000 seats

Stade Tour Eiffel

Capacity: 12,000 seats

Since June 26, the Champ de Mars (7th arrondissement) has been invaded by teams working on the organization of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Between the gardens of the Eiffel Tower and the ephemeral Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower stadium has 13,000 seats. After the beach volleyball events of the Olympic Games, it will host the blind football of the Paralympic Games.

Yves-du-Manoir Stadium

Capacity: 10,000 seats

Teahupo’o, Tahiti



  • Athletics
  • Road cycling

National Velodrome of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

Capacity: 5000 seats

  • Track Cycling
  • Pentalon modern
  • BMX


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