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List of Olympic venues

The following are lists of all Olympic venues, starting with the first modern Olympic Games in 1896, organized alphabetically, by sport, and by year.

As a multi-sport event, competitions held during a given Olympics usually take place in different venues located across the host city and its metropolitan area. However, some Olympic competitions may be held outside the host metropolitan area, and instead in other regions of the host country (as it is usually the case with Football at the Summer Olympics and its requirements for large stadia).

One venue is designated as the "Olympic Stadium", the big centrepiece stadium of the games. Traditionally at the Summer Olympic Games, the opening and closing ceremonies and the Athletics competitions are held in the Olympic Stadium. The Winter Olympic Games do not usually have a central Olympic Stadium, but instead have edifices that are designated as the Olympic Stadium to host the opening and closing ceremonies.

Summer Olympics

Alphabetical

Number or letters Number of venues
1-9 2
A 31
B 43
C 33
D 21
E 20
F 21
G 19
H 34
I 7
J 11
K 22
L 39
M 45
N 19
O 67
P 50
Q 4
R 28
S 79
T 24
U 7
V 17
W 25
X 0
Y 3
Z 4

Sport

Current for 2016
Discipline Number of venues
Archery 16
Athletics 60
Badminton 8
Basketball 29
Boxing 27
Canoeing 26
Cycling 76
Diving 25
Equestrian 53
Fencing 31
Field hockey 32
Football 120
Gymnastics 34
Handball 27
Judo 15
Modern pentathlon 88
Rowing 27
Sailing 32
Shooting 38
Swimming 31
Synchronized swimming 9
Table tennis 8
Taekwondo 7
Tennis 15
Triathlon 5
Volleyball 32
Water polo 34
Weightlifting 25
Wrestling 29
Discontinued sports
Discipline Number of venues
Baseball 8
Basque pelota 2
Cricket 1
Croquet 1
Golf 2
Jeu de Paume 1
Lacrosse 2
Polo 5
Racquets 1
Rugby union 5
Softball 4
Tug of war 5
Water motorsports 1
Demonstration sports
Discipline Number of venues
Bowling 1
Roller hockey 4

Years

Games Number of venues
1896 Athens 7
1900 Paris 14
1904 St. Louis 5
1908 London 12
1912 Stockholm 12
1920 Antwerp 17
1924 Paris 17
1928 Amsterdam 14
1932 Los Angeles 15
1936 Berlin 22
1948 London 25
1952 Helsinki 24
1956 Stockholm/Melbourne 17
1960 Rome 34
1964 Tokyo 33
1968 Mexico City 25
1972 Munich 32
1976 Montreal 27
1980 Moscow 28
1984 Los Angeles 31
1988 Seoul 31
1992 Barcelona 43
1996 Atlanta 29
2000 Sydney 30
2004 Athens 35
2008 Beijing 37
2012 London 31
2016 Rio de Janeiro 34
2020 Tokyo

Winter Olympics

Alphabetical

Number or letters Number of venues
1-9 0
A 7
B 12
C 11
D 2
E 3
F 2
G 3
H 6
I 5
J 3
K 10
L 23
M 27
N 3
O 16
P 14
Q 0
R 8
S 24
T 8
U 3
V 2
W 4
X 0
Y 0
Z 2

Sport

Current for 2014
Discipline Number of venues
Alpine skiing 37
Biathlon 16
Bobsleigh 21
Cross-country skiing 22
Curling 8
Figure skating 27
Freestyle skiing 9
Ice hockey 46
Luge 14
Nordic combined 37
Short track speed skating 8
Skeleton 6
Ski jumping 26
Snowboarding 6
Speed skating 22
Demonstration sports
Discipline Number of venues
Bandy 2
To be done Speed skiing 1

Years

Games Number of venues
1924 Chamonix 3
1928 St. Moritz 5
1932 Lake Placid 5
1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen 6
1948 St. Moritz 8
1952 Oslo 10
1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo 8
1960 Squaw Valley 5
1964 Innsbruck 8
1968 Grenoble 10
1972 Sapporo 12
1976 Innsbruck 8
1980 Lake Placid 7
1984 Sarajevo 9
1988 Calgary 9
1992 Albertville 13
1994 Lillehammer 10
1998 Nagano 15
2002 Salt Lake City 10
2006 Turin 15
2010 Vancouver 10
2014 Sochi 11
2018 PyeongChang

References

  • LA84Foundation.org site on the Official Olympic reports: 1896 Athens to 2006 Turin. Accessed 25 February 2011.
  • Sports-reference.com profile of the Olympics. Accessed 25 February 2011. It lists all of the events with locations for each event.
  • Beijing2008.cn profile. Accessed 25 February 2011. (Chinese)
  • Olympic.org profile of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Accessed 25 February 2011.
  • London2012.com venue profile. Accessed 25 February 2011.
  • Sochi2014.com list of venues. Accessed 25 February 2011.
  • Rio2016.org map of the venues. Accessed 25 February 2011.


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