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Arena Champ de Mars
Arena Paris Nord
Arena Paris Sud
Arena Porte de la Chapelle
Bordeaux Stadium
Centre Aquatique
Château de Versailles
Eiffel Tower Stadium
France Stadium
Grand Palais
Hôtel de Ville
Les Invalides
Lyon Stadium
Marina de Marseille
Nice Stadium
Orange Vélodrome
Palais de Tokyo
Parc des Princes
Pont Alexandre III
Roland Garros
Site d'Escalade du Bourget
Stade de la Concorde
Stade Nautique Olympique d'Île-de-France
Stade Yves-du-Manoir
U Arena
Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

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3x3 basketball
Artistic gymnastics
Artistic swimming
Beach volleyball
Blind football
BMX racing
Canoe sprint
Canoeing-kayaking slalom
Club House
Equestrian sports
Freestyle BMX
Marathon swimming
Modern pentathlon
Para archery
Para athletics
Para badminton
Para canoe
Para cycling on track
Para judo
Para powerlifting
Para riding (para dressage)
Para rowing
Para swimming
Para table tennis
Para triathlon
Rhythmic gymnastics
Road cycling
Seated volleyball
Sport climbing
Table tennis
Water polo
Wheelchair basketball
Wheelchair fencing
Wheelchair rugby
Wheelchair tennis

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The long-awaited 33rd edition of the Olympic Games is fast approaching! 100 years later, the City of Paris will once again have the honor of hosting the Olympic Games from July 26 to August 11 2024, as well as the Paralympic Games from August 28 to September 8 2024. There will be 15 competition venues for the Olympic Games and 11 for the Paralympic Games, bringing together 21 Olympic sports (out of 32) and 14 Paralympic sports (out of 22) within a 10 km radius of the Olympic Village in Paris. Other events will take place in the Paris region as well as in six other cities in the rest of France: Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon, Saint-Etienne, Nice and Marseille. During the event, traffic will be heavily impacted. Millions of people are expected and the issue of parking is therefore a major one. How to park during the Olympics? Make your life easier with Indigo Neo and book your parking now!

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Discover the Olympic sports selected for the Olympic Games in Paris

The Paris Olympic Games are offering a unique sporting show this year, with an impressive list of Olympic sports. While some sports, such as athletics, are essential pillars of the event, the official selection of sports for the Paris Olympics shows a real diversity. The sports selected for the Olympic Games in 2024 are: Athletics, rowing, badminton, basketball, boxing, canoeing, track cycling, road cycling, freestyle BMX, BMX race, cross country mountain biking, fencing, soccer, golf, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline, weightlifting, handball, hockey, judo, wrestling, modern pentathlon, rugby, swimming, artistic swimming, open water swimming, diving, equestrian sports, taekwondo, tennis, table tennis, shooting, archery, triathlon, sailing, volleyball, beach volleyball and water polo.

In addition to the 28 traditional sports, the Olympics will also host three recent disciplines that captivated the public at previous Olympic Games in Tokyo: Climbing, skateboarding and surfing.

These new disciplines reflect the evolution of the Olympic program toward sports that attract a younger and global audience. A major novelty for the Paris Olympic Games is the introduction of breaking, marking the official entry of this discipline into the Olympic competition. With events for men and women, breaking will add a new dimension to the event, highlighting the agility and creativity of athletes.

This wide range of sports, from track cycling to beach volleyball to water sports like swimming and diving, promises to captivate spectators around the world. The Paris Games will be a celebration of sportive excellence, innovation and passion. With the addition of new disciplines and the return of iconic sports, the event promises to be major in the history of the Olympic Games.

Discover the paralympic sports selected for the Paralympic Games in Paris

The Paris Paralympic Games will showcase a wide range of diverse Paralympic sports, including : wheelchair basketball, boccia, blind soccer, wheelchair fencing, goalball, para athletics, para rowing, para badminton, para canoeing, para road and track cycling, para equestrian (dressage), para weightlifting, para judo, para swimming, para taekwondo, para table tennis, para archery, para shooting, para triathlon, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair tennis and seated volleyball. Each discipline highlights the incredible talent and determination of athletes, challenging perceptions and inspiring the world. The Paralympic Games play a crucial role in changing perceptions of disability around the world, highlighting individuals’ abilities rather than limitations. These Games will be an important milestone for the paralympic movement, promoting equality and accessibility for all. The Paralympic Games in Paris are not just a sporting competition; they are a showcase for diversity and inclusion.

Discover the Olympic venues for the Games

The Paris Olympics will take place in prestigious venues, in the city of Paris and its region. Some disciplines will also take place throughout France, in cities such as Marseille or Bordeaux. Discover the emblematic places that will have the honor of hosting the Paris Games:

Palais de Tokyo

Palais de Tokyo is a unique center of art and culture, providing a dynamic platform for emerging and established artists from around the world. With its bold exhibitions, immersive installations and avant-garde performances, Palais de Tokyo embodies the creative spirit and artistic audacity that define Paris as one of the cultural capitals of the world. It will have the honor of hosting the Club House during the Paris Olympics.

Paris Nord Arena

The Paris Nord Arena, an iconic site nestled in the heart of the Villepinte Exhibition Centre, is transforming into a spectacular sports arena to host the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games. With nine large exhibition halls, the Paris Nord Arena is the largest exhibition center in France, ready to welcome thousands of spectators to experience the excitement of Olympic competitions.

Aquatic center

As the only permanent sports establishment built specifically for these games, the Aquatic Centre is the place to be for artistic swimming, diving, and water polo qualifying phases, bringing together the most prestigious athletes in the world. Beyond the event, the Aquatic Centre embodies a sustainable investment for Seine-Saint-Denis and France. Designed to meet the needs of the French swimming federation, it is equipped with two temporary 50-meter pools and can accommodate up to 5,000 spectators during the Games, while offering a more adapted configuration for locals after the event. The Aquatic Centre is located near the sites of the Games: Stade de France, La Chapelle Arena, Olympic and Paralympic Village, Shooting Range of La Courneuve, Climbing site of Le Bourget.

BMX Stadium/Velodrome National Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

The Vélodrome national de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines stands like a jewel, ready to host the cycling competitions of the Olympic Games in Paris. Inaugurated in 2014, this exceptional venue is the headquarters of the French Cycling Federation and a symbol of sporting excellence. Its state-of-the-art facilities have seen the best teams in France, making this place a nerve center for the elite cyclists. Nestled near the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Stadium, the Golf National, the Élancourt Hill and the majestic Palace of Versailles, the Vélodrome National offers an idylic setting for sports and tourism enthusiasts.

Grand Palais

The Grand Palais, built for the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1900, remains a prestigious symbol in the French capital. For decades, the Grand Palais has been the scene of international cultural and sporting events. Every year, exhibitions of artists from around the world attract more than two million visitors. In addition, prestigious competitions, such as the World Fencing Championships in 2010, were held there. After its recent restoration, the Grand Palais will continue to shine by hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris.


One of the iconic sites of Paris, which will be at the heart of the excitement this year at the Olympic Games in Paris. Located opposite the majestic Eiffel Tower, the Trocadéro is a place steeped in history and charm, offering breathtaking views of the Seine and the surrounding architectural wonders. During the Olympics, the Trocadero will vibrate to the rhythm of road cycling and athletics competitions, including the 20 km walk. This is THE must-see for sports enthusiasts and thrill seekers

Bordeaux Stadium

The Bordeaux Stadium, with its avant-garde design by Herzog & de Meuron, is transformed for the Olympic 7-a-side soccer events. This architectural monument, nestled between the Parc Floral and the Bois de Bordeaux, is prepared to offer an incredible spectator experience with facilities adapted for the accessibility and comfort of all, thus offering a unique atmosphere for the spectators.

Marseille Marina

The Marseille Marina, the hub of the Paralympic sailing events for the Olympic Games, embodies nautical excellence in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Adapted to guarantee accessibility and safety to all athletes, this marina, located in Roucas-Blanc, offers a perfect playground with its ideal sailing conditions. Competitors and spectators will be able to enjoy a unique setting, optimized for the unique needs of the Olympic Games.

Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium - Calm water pool

The Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium, a brand new complex inaugurated in June 2019, is the center of the rowing and canoeing events of the 2024 Olympic Games and the Paris Paralympic Games. Designed by the prestigious architectural firm Auer+Weber+Assoziierte, this stadium is an architectural gem in the heart of the leisure island of Vaires-Torcy.

Eiffel Tower Stadium

The Eiffel Tower Stadium, is an arena of the Paris Olympic Games, where beach volleyball and blind soccer will come to life in the heart of the Champ-de-Mars. Placed between the imposing façade of the École Militaire to the south and the majestic Eiffel Tower overlooking the Seine, this area becomes a true outdoor sports scene, offering everyone the opportunity to enjoy the enchanting atmosphere of the site. The Champ-de-Mars, a place of convergence during the Paris Games, will vibrate to the rhythm of the competitions, hosting not only the temporary arena of the Eiffel Tower Stadium, but also other events organized at the Grand Palais Éphémère, a monumental building erected on place Joffre since 2021.

The Accor Arena – Bercy

Since 2015, Paris-Bercy is renamed Accor Arena: Johnny Halliday, Lady Gaga, Indochine, Muse are some of the artists who have performed there to the delight of the public. The venue is both a venue for sporting events, hosting the Handball World Cup in 2017 for example, and an ambitious indoor and highly modular performance space that offers innovative scenography possibilities to its guests. In 2024, this sumptuous Arena will have the honor of hosting the Olympic events of artistic gymnastics, basketball and trampoline.

Lyon Stadium

Lyon Stadium, home of Olympique Lyonnais and also called Groupama Stadium, is ready to embrace the challenges of the Olympics. This architectural gem by architect firm Populous will host the Olympic soccer competitions, offering first-class facilities for athletes and spectators with reduced mobility. Its modern design ensures an immersive and accessible experience, making every match a memorable event.

Nice Stadium

The Nice Stadium, or Allianz Riviera, is a model of ecological innovation and inclusiveness. For the Paris Olympics, this stadium stands out not only for its impressive architecture but also for its commitment to sustainability. With its adapted facilities, such as solar panels and rainwater harvesting system, it offers an ideal setting for Olympic events, while promoting a respectful and accessible sports environment.

The Champ-de-Mars Arena

The Champ-de-Mars Arena, also known as the "Grand Palais Éphémère", is much more than just a temporary infrastructure. It is the beating heart of the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games, hosting prestigious competitions and major cultural events. Designed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the Arena is an architectural feat in wood, inspired by the elegant curves of the Grand Palais. Nestled in the heart of the Champ-de-Mars since early 2021, this structure blends harmoniously into the Parisian landscape, offering an immersive experience to its visitors. Although temporary, the Arena will leave a lasting legacy by offering the possibility of reuse in other configurations, while preserving the integrity of the environment.

The Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles, symbol of French grandeur, opens its doors to the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Nestled in a historic and majestic setting, it embodies the splendor of France through the ages. From a simple hunting lodge to the royal residence of Louis XIV, this architectural jewel became a national museum, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.

Pont Alexandre III

Pont Alexandre III, a majestic emblem of Paris, connecting the two banks of the Seine at the heart of the capital, offering a grandiose setting for the Paris Olympic Games. Inaugurated for the Universal Exhibition of 1900, this architectural masterpiece is much more than just a bridge: It is an icon of Parisian art and history. With an imposing span, the Pont Alexandre III stretches over 107 meters with a width of 45 meters, framed by four pylons adorned with magnificent gilded bronze statues, thus offering a sumptuous setting for several events of the Paris Games. Linking two major sites of the Games, the Grand Palais and Les Invalides, Pont Alexandre III embodies the essence of the Games: bringing the Games to life in the heart of the city and its most emblematic monuments. A few steps from the Concorde, the Champ-de-Mars Arena, the Pont d'Iéna and the Eiffel Tower Stadium, it will be the privileged witness of the excitement of the 2024 Olympics.

Paris Sud Arena

The Paris Sud Arena, in the heart of Paris Expo, is an ephemeral stadium vibrant with energy and passion, ready to host the greatest moments of the Olympic Games in Paris. As an integral part of Paris Expo, the complex is a symbol of innovation and conviviality in the City of Lights. Located in the vast area of Paris Expo, the Paris Sud Arena stands as a bastion of European events. With an impressive area of 35 hectares and 228,000 sqm of exhibition halls, Paris Expo is the place of choice for 7.5 million visitors every year, including the prestigious Agricultural Show. During the Olympic Games, Halls 1, 4 and 6 will be the scene for high-level competitions, making Paris Expo the epicenter of the Paris Games.

Stade de France

Located in Saint-Denis, the Stade de France was designed by the architectural firm Macary, Zublena, Regembal, Costantini. It was built to host the Soccer World Cup in France in 1998, it is hosting the Paris Olympic Games in 2024. During the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris, the Stade de France, the largest in France, is transformed into an Olympic stadium. It hosted the country's biggest sporting events over the past three decades. Book your parking space at Stade de France with Indigo Neo and enjoy your match, concert or sporting moment !

The Porte de la Chapelle Arena

It’s not just a stadium, it’s an eco-responsible arena! If you go to the Porte de la Chapelle Arena, it is to see a tournament in one of the disciplines practiced during the period of the Olympic Games. Indigo Neo helps you find an accessible parking space at the Porte de la Chapelle Arena . ThePorte de la Chapelle Arena is an eco-designed and versatile gem, ready to make a lasting impression well beyond the 2024 Olympics. Located in the heart of the North of Paris, this new cultural hub offers a variety of cultural and sporting events to its visitors on a daily basis. Designed as a dynamic and inclusive living space, the Porte de la Chapelle Arena brings together all audiences by offering a variety of sporting and cultural activities accessible to all. With a modular capacity of 8,000 post-Games seats, this establishment enriches the Parisian landscape by offering a platform for leading sporting events and shows. Since 2023, it has become the home of the Paris Basketball club, making its fans vibrate to the rhythm of the action.


The Esplanade des Invalides, nestled in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, offers a majestic setting opposite the Hotel des Invalides, one of the most emblematic monuments of the City of Lights. Built in 1687 during the reign of Louis XIV, this building first served as a military hospital and retirement home for war veterans. Today, it houses museums and monuments dedicated to French military history, as well as the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte. The Esplanade, which hosts the archery and para-archery events this year at the Olympic Games, is a sanctuary where history, culture and high-level sport mingle.

Parc des Princes

Historical, mythical, and symbolic: The Parc des Princes, an icon of French sport, is an emblematic place located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, the City of Lights. Since its construction in 1972 by architect Robert Taillibert, also known for Montreal's Olympic Stadium, this imposing stadium has been a symbol of sport and entertainment. Historical moments that marked French football and rugby were seen from the top of the stands. Since 1974, the Parc des Princes has been home to Paris Saint-Germain, but it has also hosted major events such as the 1998 soccer World Cup and the 2016 Euro. In 2024, the Parc des Princes will host the soccer events of the Paris Olympics.

Stade Roland-Garros

Stade Roland-Garros is not just a stadium, it is a legendary venue for world tennis. It will host the Olympic Games in Paris. Built in tribute to French aviator Roland Garros, this stadium is ready to write a new page in its legendary history at the Paris Olympic Games. Located on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, near the Parc des Princes, Roland-Garros is much more than just a tennis stadium. It is an iconic venue that hosts one of the four Grand Slam tournaments every year, an event passionately followed around the world and organized by the French Tennis Federation.

Stade de la Concorde

Place de la Concorde is transforming into an open ephemeral arena, symbolizing an innovative vision of the 2024 Olympic Games. Selected to host the freestyle BMX, breaking, skateboarding and 3x3 basketball competitions, La Concorde is transformed into an ephemeral urban park, offering an iconic backdrop to these dynamic disciplines. They will come to life on the place de la Concorde, from July 27 to August 10, in the heart of Paris.

Paris La Défense U Arena

With its 600 dynamic giant aluminum and glass scales, the U Arena lives to the rhythm of the events it hosts. In 2024, it will dress in the colors of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris. This year, for the first time in the history of the Olympic Games, the Paris La Défense Arena, more commonly known as the "U Arena", located in Nanterre (92), is transformed into an impressive Olympic swimming pool. With its exceptional dimensions, capacity and cutting-edge technology, the U Arena is ready to host the swimming events of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris.
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