Venue

Sports center:
Centre pierre-charbonneau

The Pierre-Charbonneau Centre has been the venue for great moments in sport for over 50 years. Included in its impressive history are the Greco-Roman and Freestyle Wrestling events of the 1976 Olympic Games, the Canadian Judo Championships and Provincial Boxing and Ultimate Fighting Championships. Located in the heart of Montréal’s Olympic Park, this multi-discipline complex offers a vast array of recreational and sporting activities.

Venue highlights

  • 2,394 spectator capacity
  • Practice and exercise rooms
  • Changing rooms for competitors
  • Changing rooms for referees and VIPs
  • Meeting rooms
  • Rest / Relaxing area
  • Showers in restrooms
  • Medical area
  • Volunteer area
  • Restaurant
  • 6,000 sq.ft. of windowed space
  • Free wireless Internet

Entrance to the venue is free of charge for spectators!

A live stream of the event will also be available for those who can’t make it!​

Map of the venue

Click the map for the full-size version (PDF)

Access to the Olympic park's sports center

Not far behind the Centre Pierre-Charbonneau is the Olympic park’s Sports center.

It was fully renovated in 2015 and now, more than ever, is one of the most stunning high-performance multi-sport complexes in North America. It provides a superior sports experience to the local community, no matter their age or ability.

All installations are accessible to everyone, including the gym, pools, saunas, dedicated exercise rooms, and café-boutique.

How to get there

Address: 3000 Viau St, Montreal, QC H1V 3J3

Metro: Use the GREEN line and exit at the VIAU station.

Bike rental: Use the BIXI map and type in “Métro Viau” in the search box.

GPS Coordinates: 45.562395, -73.550287

Airport shuttle

Montreal has two active airports but only one is available to the public: Montreal Pierre-Elliott Trudeau (YUL)

Montreal’s public transport service (STM) offers an airport shuttle for 10$ CAD which also includes a 24h pass for the metro. Hop on the 747 bus shuttle, drop at the terminus then enter the metro on the GREEN line towards HONORÉ-BEAUGRAND. More infos here