Where will the 2024 Olympic Games events be held?

Competition venues transform the capital’s iconic landmarks into sporting arenas. Sublimating the sporting gesture within the most beautiful monuments. Their approach highlights pre-existing sites. Projecting the sparkle of the Olympic Games onto them, and using the power of sport to build a lasting legacy.

Paris, as a unique city, deserves exceptional recognition. The Games in the capital promise an all-round spectacle, with exceptional venues specially designed to satisfy athletes, spectators and TV viewers alike. In all, there are 15 venues dedicated to the Olympic Games and 11 to the Paralympic Games.

Les Invalides

Paris 2024

In 2024, the Esplanade des Invalides is the site chosen to host the archery, athletics and road cycling competitions. Running north-south, this esplanade is bordered by rows of trees along its west and east sides. Its location in the heart of Paris, within a perimeter dedicated exclusively to the Games, offers a unique experience for athletes and spectators alike.

Capacity: 8,000 seats

Arena Champ de Mars

Olympic Games
Paris 2024

The Arena Champ-de-Mars, a temporary 10,000 m² building, is transformed into a multi-purpose venue. Paris 2024 is taking advantage of this exceptional opportunity to extend its presence by a few months, until the Paris 2024 Games. Designed to replace the Nave during the renovation of the Grand Palais, this structure will also house cultural events initiated by the Réunion des musées nationaux-Grand Palais. For the Olympic Games, it will host the Judo and Wrestling events.

Capacity: 8,356 seats


On either side of the Seine, the Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower face each other. Creating one of the most emblematic settings in central Paris. In 2024, this area will vibrate to the rhythm of the Games, hosting not only athletics and road cycling competitions. There’s also plenty to do for locals and Games enthusiasts alike. The Trocadero, a veritable balcony overlooking the Seine and adorned with the curved wings of the Palais de Chaillot, remains one of Paris’s leading tourist attractions. It offers an exceptional panorama almost at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

Capacity: 3,349 places

Alexander III Bridge

Olympic Games
Paris 2024

By linking two other major Paris 2024 sites, the Grand Palais and the Invalides, the Pont Alexandre III embodies the will of Paris 2024. It brings the Games to life in the heart of the world’s most beautiful city. At the heart of its most emblematic monuments. Providing a link between the main event venues, the Alexandre III Bridge and its surroundings will be at the heart of the Olympic excitement. This majestic bridge will be the venue for the individual time trial finish in road cycling, marathon swimming, triathlon and para-triathlon. A magnificent backdrop for these sporting events.

Capacity: 1,000 people

Eiffel Tower Stadium

Olympic Games
Paris 2024

Parisians recognize the Champ de Mars as a place to celebrate. Often invaded by thousands of people ready to share moments of communion. Whether it’s the traditional July 14th fireworks display or the soccer World Cup final. On a day-to-day basis, it serves as a gathering place for sporting activities, or simply to sit back and enjoy the view. Making this emblematic spot the city of Paris’ flagship public garden.

To host the beach volleyball and cecifoot events, the Stade Tour Eiffel will transform the Champ-de-Mars into a temporary outdoor arena built in 2024. Offering everyone the chance to enjoy the enchanting setting of this magical location.

Capacity: 12,860 spectators

The Grand Palais

Paris 2024

This landmark among Parisian monuments has long served as a prestigious setting for numerous events. Whether sporting or artistic. The Grand Palais is the annual venue for numerous exhibitions by artists from all over the world, and was the venue for the World Fencing Championships in 2010. This year, it will host the fencing and Taekwondo events.

Capacity: 8,000 for the Olympic Games and 6,500 for the Paralympic Games

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