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Sports centres and stadiums

The 12 sports centres and stadiums in the City of Geneva offer the population the chance to practise a range of forty sporting disciplines both indoors and outdoors.

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Important information with regard to the situation of the new coronavirus: sports facilities. The Sports Service can be contacted by e-mail at sport-ge@ville-ge.ch. More information on the measures taken by the City of Geneva.
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The sports centres and stadiums are open to the general public and to sports clubs. Below, you will find all the useful information relating to each site: sports that can be practised on site, timetables and rates.

Admission and membership rates

Several types of admission are available as required:

  • individual admissions;
  • group admissions;
  • club admissions;
  • season passes;
  • memberships for tennis courts;
  • memberships for the swimming pool/fitness room or ice rink.

The full list of rates is available for download below:


Holders of the 20ans/20francs card benefit from reductions on admission to Les Vernets ice rink and the Varembé and Les Vernets swimming pools as well as reduced rates on:

  • tennis (membership) at the Queue d'Arve sports centre;
  • badminton (annual membership) at the Bois-des-Frères sports centre;
  • climbing (season’s membership) at the Bout-du-Monde sports centre.

Group admission to the swimming pool or ice rink

By reservation, for Geneva’s primary schools and orientation cycles, post-mandatory secondary education schools, the GIAP, the medico-pedagogical centre, the Saint-Gervais and Conches pre-vocational training schools and other schools making reservations via coordination for physical education and sport in the state of Geneva: free.

By reservation, for private schools, schools in the canton of Vaud, French schools and social, pedagogical and educational institutions: CHF 1 per admission.

Access for handicapped people

Most sports sites are accessible to people with reduced mobility. The City of Geneva’s guide to sports equipment, available for download below, indicates handicapped access to each site.

Due to organised events, the installations may be closed temporarily. Notifications of closure are only displayed in the respective centres.

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Article modifié le 17.03.2020 à 23:38