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Stadiums and gymnasiums


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Municipal facilities

 Kids playing hockey. In addition to the major sports facilities in Montréal, there are a number of sports and recreational facilities that are managed by the city's 19 boroughs. Visit your borough's Web site to learn more about the locations and opening hours of these facilitie.s

  • Centre Pierre-Charbonneau (in French)
    Located inside Olympic Park, the Centre Pierre-Charbonneau is a multidisciplinary complex managed by the city and the Association du Centre Pierre-Charbonneau.
  • Complexe récréatif Gadbois
    Located in the Sud-Ouest, the Complexe récréatif Gadbois is the second largest multi-sports complex in Montréal and is known for the quality of its facilities.
  • Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard (in French)
    Located in Ahuntsic-Cartierville, the Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard is a multidisciplinary facility designed for physical fitness, high-performance sports and holding sporting events.
  • Complexe sportif Marie-Victorin (in French)
    7000 Boulevard Maurice-Duplessis
    The Complexe sportif Marie-Victorin has indoor soccer fields, a double gymnasium, multipurpose rooms, a training centre, a snack bar and a boutique. It primarily serves residents of Montréal-Nord, Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles, Saint-Léonard and Anjou.
  • Montréal Soccer Stadium (in French)
    The future Montréal Soccer Stadium is scheduled to open during the winter 2014-2015.
  • Le TAZ
    Le TAZ is unique in Montréal. It's the largest indoor rollersports park in Montréal and the surrounding area.
  • Parc Jean-Drapeau
    Aquatic complex, Olympic-sized pool, the Gilles-Villeneuve racetrack, beach and bike paths.

Non-municipal facilities