Paris has been chosen as the next location for the 2024 Summer Olympics and the entire country is looking forward to hosting the athletes and sharing their take on the event with the rest of the world.
The French capital will host the majority of the events in the Summer Olympics. The events will run from the 26th of July to the 11th of August 2024 at a variety of iconic locations around Paris.
However, other vents such as football, handball, sailing, and surfing will be held in some of the most famous French cities. This will give Olympic fans the chance to get away from the crowds of the French capital and enjoy the food and culture of different regions.
If you’ve decided to attend the Paris Olympics 2024, then now is the time to start planning. Here’s the Paris 2024 Olympics location list and the sports associated with each location. The 2024 Olympic cities will fill up fast, so if you want to be a part of it, try to book transportation and accommodation well in advance!
2024 Olympics Location List In Paris
The French Capital will be the heart of the 2024 Summer Olympics. There are 12 Paris Olympic Venues involved in the Olympic Games, from the Eiffel Tower Stadium to the famous Bercy Arena.
1. Arena Bercy (Paris 14): basketball (finals), artistic gymnastics, trampoline gymnastics
2. La Concorde (Paris 8): 3×3 basketball, breaking, BMX freestyle, skateboard
3. Grand Palais (Paris 8): fencing, taekwondo
4. Alexandre Bridge (Paris 8): marathon swimming, triathlon, road cycling
5. Invalides (Paris 7): archery, athletics, road cycling
6. Stade Tour Eiffel (Paris 7): beach volleyball
7. Arena Champ-de-Mars (Paris 7): judo, wrestling, breaking
8. Pont d’Iéna (Paris 16): triathlon, road cycling, marathon, open water swimming
9. Stade Roland Garros (Paris 16): tennis, boxing (finals)
10. Parc des Princes (Paris 16): football
11. Arena Paris Sud 1 (Paris 15): volleyball
12. Arena Paris Sud 4 (Paris 15): table tennis
13. Arena Paris Sud 6 (Paris 15): weight lifting, handball
2024 Olympics Location List in the Parisian Region
The people of Paris want to share their games with the rest of the world and also with the rest of France. That’s why the 2024 Olympics location list includes some places in the Ile-de-France region. This is the area immediately around the famous capital, and it’s easy to reach by public transport from Paris.
These promise to be some of the more memorable locations of the Summer Olympics, with locations like historic Seine-Saint-Denis and elegant Versailles taking the spotlight.
1. La Défense (Hauts-de-Seine): swimming, water polo (Paris La Défense Arena)
2. Colombes (Hauts-de-Seine): hockey (Stade Yves-du-Manoir)
3. Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis): athletics, rugby (Stade de France), artistic swimming, diving, water polo (Centre Aquatique)
4. Le Bourget (Seine-Saint-Denis): sport climbing (Site de Scalade du Bourget)
5. Versailles (Yvelines): equestrian eventing, modern pentathlon (Château de Versailles)
6. Colline d’Elancourt (Yvelines): BMX
7. Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Yvelines): track cycling (Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), BMX racing (Stade BMX de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), golf (Golf National)
8. Vaires-sur-Marne (Seine-et-Marne): canoe, rowing (Stade Nautique Vaires-sur-Marne)
2024 Olympics Location List in France
The Olympics has long been about cultural diversity. That’s why every 2024 Olympics location will reflect another side of the culture and diversity of France. Fans, athletes, and attendees will come to a deeper and richer understanding of France by attending events all over the country.
The Paris Olympic Games promise to be spectacular. Not only do they promise amazing feats of athleticism, but they’re also being held in one of the most famously beautiful regions in the world. There has never been a better time to be a part of the magic, so boofk today your trip to France to avoid missing out!
1. Lille: handball (Stade Pierre Mauroy)
2. Nantes: football (Stade de la Beaujoire)
3. Châteauroux: shooting (Centre National de Tir Châteauroux)
4. Lyon: football (Stade de Lyon)
5. Saint-Etienne: football (Stade Geoffroy Guichard)
6. Nice: football (Stade de Nice)
7. Marseille: football (Stade de Marseille), sailing (Marine de Marseille)
8. Bordeaux: football (Stade de Bordeaux)
9. Tahiti: surfing (Teahupo’o)