Here we are in the heart of the matter, the truth of the field. Soccer occupies a special place in the Paris World Games, not only because it is at the origin of their creation but also because it occupies the most facilities provided by the City of Paris (DJS).
 
20 stadiums will welcome for this 3rd edition the teams coming from all over the world. All of them have a synthetic surface and have all the facilities to practice soccer in the best conditions.
 
To make your travel easier, all of them are located in Paris intramuros and easily accessible by bus, metro or tramway.
 
 
And for your pleasure, you will also be able to follow in some of these stadiums other disciplines than yours…
 
Discover here the list of arenas that will host soccer for the Paris World Games 2017:
 

COMPLEXE SPORTIF MAX ROUSSIE

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Located at the Porte de Saint-Ouen (on the border between the 17th and 18th arrondissement), the stadium takes its name from a famous rugby player; it must be said that you are here in the home of the SCUF, the club that created the Brennus Shield that rewards the winner of the Top 14 every season.
 
Equipped with two synthetic fields (one for rugby, the other for soccer) and a beautiful gymnasium, the complex hosts various disciplines of the Paris World Games.
 
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Pour toutes les infos sur le stade, cliquez ici.

COMPLEXE SPORTIF LEON BIANCOTTO

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Located at Porte de Clichy (17th arrondissement), the complex is a multi-sports facility (gymnasium, swimming pool and, of course, a soccer pitch).
 
 
Its originality comes from its architecture, the work of Philippe Gazeau, who received the Equerre d’Argent award in 2000 for this functional and original work.

Pour toutes les infos sur le stade, cliquez ici.

CENTRE SPORTIF DE LA PORTE D’ASNIERES

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Located at the Porte d’Asnières (17th district), this stadium is particularly easy to access and has a synthetic soccer pitch and two 7-a-side soccer pitches, ideal for warming up before matches.
 
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

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CENTRE SPORTIF PAUL FABER

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Located at the Porte de Champerret (17th arrondissement), this stadium, well known to joggers, is composed of a well-maintained soccer field and an athletics track with a four-lane 400-meter ring, a long jump track and a high jump track.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

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TERRAIN DE SPORT JEAN-PIERRE WIMILLE

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Located at the Porte Dauphine (16th arrondissement), this stadium named after a famous Bugati and Alfa Romeo racing driver, well known to joggers, is composed of a well-maintained soccer field and an athletics track with a four-lane 400-meter oval, a long jump and a high jump track.
 
 For more information about the stadium, click here

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CENTRE SPORTIF SUCHET

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The new Suchet sports center consists of a gymnasium for the practice of team sports (handball, volleyball, basketball), two sports rooms (dance and martial arts) and a climbing area. A light structure sports hall also allows the practice of basketball and tennis.
 
This facility complies with the Paris Climate and Energy Plan, which provides for energy consumption limited to 50 kWh/m²/year and a very high environmental quality building site.
 
For more information on the stadium, click here.

PELOUSE D’AUTEUIL

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An agreement between France Galop and the City of Paris allowed the creation of the Auteuil Lawn Park. Each lawn pays tribute to a different personality.
 
It combines a landscaped garden, playgrounds and sports facilities: a soccer field, an athletics track, basketball and field hockey courts, as well as a rugby field, whose name pays tribute to Robert Paparemborde (1948-2001), rugby player of the French Barbarians.
 
For more information on the stadium, click here.

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CENTRE SPORTIF SUZANNE LENGLEN

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Numerous sports areas (soccer, tennis, boules, rugby, athletics, basketball and handball) are scattered among long winding paths with plenty of planting and small artificial hills.
 
There is also a children’s playground with slides, swings and an ecological pond.
A special feature is that the sports fields are integrated into the landscaped garden, allowing both athletes to practice in a pleasant setting and walkers to be close to the athletes.
 
For more information on the stadium, click here.

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CENTRE SPORTIF DE LA PLAINE

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The sports center is located near the ring road, between Porte de Vanves and Porte de Versailles.
It is composed of a large gymnasium for indoor sports, a swimming pool, a stadium including a soccer field, a volleyball field and a 350 m athletics track, and no less than 7 tennis courts.
 
For more information on the stadium, click here.

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CENTRE SPORTIF CHARLES RIGOULOT

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The Charles Rigoulot sports center, with a surface area of 1700 m2, includes tennis courts and a stadium, itself composed of a soccer field and an athletics track.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

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CENTRE SPORTIF JULES NOEL

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The stadium is named after the athlete from Norrent-Fontes, Jules Noël, affiliated with the Stade Français, flag bearer at the 1932 and 1936 Summer Olympic Games.
It is equipped with an athletics track of 365,5 m2 with seven lanes, two pits of length and triple-jump, a pole vault, a height vault and an area of weight throw. It contains a soccer field, an omnisports gymnasium, a boxing gym, a climbing wall and even a skatepark.
 
For all the info about the stadium, click here

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CENTRE SPORTIF DIDOT

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The sports center is composed of a stadium (350 meters long athletic track, soccer fields), a gymnasium and a swimming pool.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

STADE CHARLETY

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Built in 1939, the Stade Charléty is named after the Rector of the University of Paris, Sébastien Charléty, who worked to ensure that the Paris University Club (PUC), deprived of its field at the Porte Dorée, obtained a space at the Porte de Gentilly.
The Stade Charléty was demolished at the end of 1989 and rebuilt in the early 1990s to become the major athletics stadium in Paris, while retaining its omnisport vocation: athletics, soccer, tennis, squash and weight training are all held there on more than 8 hectares open to the city. 
 
The Stade Charléty is home to facilities for high-level sports and amateur activities. 
 
It is in this stadium that the opening ceremony of the Paris World Games 2017 will take place!
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

STADE BOUTROUX

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This sports facility occupies an area of 22500 m2. It includes a synthetic soccer field, a PE/Mutisports/City-Stadium area and a skatepark.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

STADE DE LA TOUR-A-PARACHUTES

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The Parachute Tower Sports Center includes a stadium and athletic track, as well as a bowling alley.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

STADE DE LA POTERNE DES PEUPLIERS

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The sports center includes an athletic field, a soccer field and covered tennis courts, which are open during the summer.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

CENTRE SPORTIF LEO LAGRANGE

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The Léo Lagrange sports center has an athletic track (synthetic turf) and a gymnasium.
The gymnasium includes a gymnastics room and a martial arts practice room. This recently built sports center also offers the possibility to play volleyball, basketball and handball.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

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CENTRE SPORTIF ALAIN MIMOUN ( EX PAUL VALERY)

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The sports complex, which includes tennis courts, an athletic track and a soccer field, was recently renamed to honor French long-distance runner Alain Mimoun. He was an outstanding sportsman, an accomplished athlete and one of the great figures of the French sports pantheon:
 
32 French Championship titles
20 French records
86 times bearer of the French colors in international competitions
three times Olympic silver medallist: 10,000 meters at the 1948 London Olympics and 10,000 and 5,000 meters at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics
winner of the marathon at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

STADE DEJERINE

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The Déjérine stadium (also known as the « Porte de Montreuil stadium ») is a soccer stadium located in Paris.
This stadium is old and very active under the name of Stade de la Porte de Montreuil. With the arrival of Paris FC, the dilapidated stadium was renovated and renamed « Stade Déjérine ».
The capacity is about 1000 seats.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.

STADE MARYSE HILSZ

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The sports center includes outdoor soccer fields and an athletic track.
The Maryse Hilsz gymnasium allows for the practice of the main indoor team sports such as basketball, handball, volleyball or futsal.
 
For more information about the stadium, click here.
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