The entire Léo Lagrange sports complex is made up of 42,000m² of sports ground and adjoining buildings (changing rooms, offices, etc.) on 7 hectares of land. The complex was designed in 2 distinct poles in order to cater to different audiences. A school pole and a competition pole. The latter has a natural grass pitch approved for football and rugby, it includes a covered grandstand with 1,500 seats. It is bordered by an 8-lane athletics track and multiple athletic facilities (throwing area, pole vault, long jump) to host national level competitions and international meetings. It can serve as a training center for preparation for high competitions.
The athletics track is made up of 8 lanes. Each competitive sports equipment related to athletics is supplemented by an annex allowing training.
A weight training and cardio training room improves the sporting offer.
The equipment is equipped and suitable for people with reduced mobility.
The car park is fully covered, closed and under video surveillance.
Between 2016 and 2019: various competitions at departmental and regional level
In 2020: International athletics meeting with the aim of qualifying for the Olympic Games. 60 athletes were present including Jimmy Gressier.
Meeting room Internet access Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery Floodlit facilities Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room Personal security service