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Friday 2 February 2024

The Matmut ATLANTIQUE, stadium for the 2024 Olympics


The Matmut ATLANTIQUE is one of seven stadiums selected by the OCOG to host the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Between July 24 and August 10, 2024, at least 7 matches in the men's and women's soccer tournament of the world's biggest sporting event will be held at the stadium.

Did you know?

France hosted the Summer Olympics twice in the 20th century, in 1900 and 1924 France's record number of medals at the Games was 43 in 2008 Fencers Philippe Cattiau and Roger Ducret hold the record of eight medals each Jeannie Longo holds the record for seven appearances at the Games in cycling.

The Olympic flame in Gironde

The 0lympic flame will begin its journey on April 16, 2024 from Olympia, Greece, and arrive in France on May 8 in Marseille aboard the Belem, a historic three-masted ship. This route underlines the link between the modern Games, antiquity and global diversity.

The Olympic flame will arrive in and around Bordeaux on May 23.

Details of the route are available on the Paris 2024 website: https://www.paris2024.org/en/olympic-torch-relay-route/


In July, the Stade Matmut ATLANTIQUE will be the scene of an exceptional Olympic soccer competition, hosting the men's and women's Olympic soccer tournaments. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, the stadium will offer players an optimal playing field, while fans will have the opportunity to experience unforgettable moments in an exceptional stadium. With a capacity of 42,000, the Stade Matmut Atlantique promises to be the ideal place to celebrate Olympism and support the teams fighting for Olympic glory. Whether for men's or women's competitions, the Matmut ATLANTIQUE is ready to write an exciting new chapter in the history of Olympic soccer.

To see the program in detail, click HERE : https://www.matmut-atlantique.com/en/news/individuals/le-stade-matmut-atlantique-devient-stade-olympique