Table tennis Para table tennis Wheelchair basketball
The Micheline Ostermeyer sports complex is one of the newest sports complexes in Lille (inaugurated in 2017). It is located in the "Moulins" district, to the south of the city. Its geographical location makes it fairly easily to access: 200 metres from a metro station, near the urban expressway and 1.5 km from the city centre. ; It is also located less than 500 metres from a hospital. The facilities host high-level wheelchair basketball practice (second national division) and table tennis. It is made up of several spaces:
- a multi-sports hall (44 x 24 metres, linoleum sports floor on joists),
- a table tennis room (602m², with glued linoleum floor),
- changing rooms (players + referees) and dedicated toilets for each hall, in full compliance with PRM standards.
The facilities are fully accessible to people with disabilities.
In order to accommodate athletes for their preparation in optimal conditions, the centre is open 7 days a week.
200 metres from the facilities, you can find the Jean Bouin sports complex, made up of several areas:
- a covered athletics hall (3700 m² with a 200-metre track and 4 lanes, and all throwing and jumping areas necessary for athletics practice),
- a sports hall (40 x 20 m),
- and an artificial-turf football stadium (60 x 99 m).
The facilities welcome various sporting bodies (sports associations, schools, etc.), as well as disabled sports competitions and high-level sporting events.
The local wheelchair basketball club, which plays in the French Championship National 1 league, trains daily in the facilities and holds its official matches here.
Wheelchair rugby competitions are also held on site.
The equipment also hosts table tennis championships; as a result of the site’s potential, a table tennis master’s tournament has been held in the facilities on several occasions, hosting international players.
Meeting room Internet access Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Floodlit facilities Hospital nearby