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Grandmont Stadium

Commune de Tours

Tours, Centre-Val de Loire Altitude : 76m
1 Stadium

Centre disciplines

Athletics Para athletics


Stade de Grandmont is a Category 1, PA-type* public venue with a 3,000-person capacity for competitions. The site includes: - 1 all-weather synthetic track around a grass pitch, - high jump, long jump, triple jump and pole-vaulting areas, - discus, shotput, hammer and javelin-throwing areas, - fitness facility, - a timekeeper stand, - 4 athletes’ locker-rooms, - fixed grandstand with 680 seats, - medical room - possibility of fitting out a doping control room and massage room.   The stadium has been awarded "national outdoor stadium" accreditation by the French Athletics Federation.   The stadium is located in South Tours, not far from:

  • Tours Val de Loire Airport (11.6km – 14 minutes’ drive away)
  • Saint Pierre des Corps TGV station (5.9km – 14 minutes away)
  • Bus – nos 32 – 3
  The catering options will need considering in partnership with Grandmont or Victor Laloux high schools. There is a choice of restaurants less than 10 minutes away.   Although there is no accommodation on-site, hospitality options can be found within a 2 to 6km radius around the stadium.   *Outdoor venue

Special features

The stadium is located within easy reach of the city centre, an advantage for delegations,  within a catchment area where there are several secondary schools as well as François Rabelais University with community sports facilities (sports hall, gymnasium, climbing centre and fitness facility).

Known for

An iconic athletics venue in Tours, Stade de Grandmont is home to the ATHLETIC TROIS TOURS club which competes at Nationale 1 level of the French Championships.

Leading names on the French athletics scene have trained within this club, including:

Maria Rebelo, member of A3T, bronze medal in the marathon at the European Athletics Championships in Split in 1990, 5th in the Tokyo World Championships in 1991. Olympic athlete in Barcelona in 1992, three-times Champion of France in 1990, 1993 and 1994.

Jérôme Clavier, member of A3T, elite pole vaulter, Olympic athlete, 7th in Beijing in 2008.

Marie-Amélie Lefur, disability sport ambassador. World Champion and multi-medal-winning Paralympian with 4 appearances at the Paralympic Games (2008, 2012, 2016, 2021).


This facility dedicated to athletics has hosted a number of French Championships organised not only by the French Athletics Federation but also by the French Disability Sport & Intellectual Disability Federations, including:

– French Athletics Championships in 1988 and 1989

– French Intellectual Sports Championships in 2005

– French Interclub N1 Championships 2017

– Coupe de France des Ligues Minimes (U15s) in 2019

– Individual French Championships, “Minimes, Pointes d’Or” (U15s, triathlon) in 2021

Optional extras

Meeting room Infirmery Hospital nearby Weights room

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