Here we are, in the tournament heart: the fields. Badminton is now part of the Paris World Games!

2 stadiums will host the players coming from all over the world. All of them have the amenities to play Badminton in the best conditions.

To make your trip confortable, all are located inside Paris and easily accessible by bus, subway or tram.

And for your pleasure, you will be able to follow, in some of those stages, other sports than yours…

Discover here the arenas list that will host Badminton during the Paris World Games 2017:



Built for the International Exhibition in 1937, the Pierre de Coubertin stadium reached the pinnacle of its glory in the 1950s and 1960s, hosting large boxing fights. Each year, there are hundreds of judo, karate, boxing, fencing, dancing, gymnastics, basketball, handball. It is also the home of the Paris Basket Racing team. The large hall is part of a sports complex with two adjoining rooms with 265 seats, a shooting range and a conference room with 230 seats.

For all the stadium details, click here.


PWC_Geo Andre

Géo-André is a multi-sport sports complex and the headquarters of Stade Français.

Ideally located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris and 5 minutes away from the Porte de Saint-Cloud, close to the Parc des Princes and  Roland Garros, it welcomes 4,000 young sportsmen from the club and its neighboring schools every week.

For all the stadium details, click here.