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Hôtel Le Belleval, 16 rue de la Pépinière, Paris 75008

Friday, 20 May 2022 A sports Paris !

The region of Paris is starting an intense sports season, so here is for you a summary of the events not to be missed!

This month of May will be marked by several sporting events in Paris, notably with the start of the famous Roland Garros tennis tournament where the world’s greatest players compete on clay courts.

From May 16th to 20th, the players will compete for a place in the main draw of this new 2022 edition.

At the end of this qualification period, the tournament will start and all the great tennis stars will meet from May 20th to June 5th to try to win the grand prize!

As every year, the tournament will take place at Porte d’Auteuil, in Boulogne-Billancourt, to get there from Le Belleval several options are available to you:

  • Without any change, by the line 9 from the station Saint-Augustin to Michel-Ange Molitor, then you will have to walk 650 meters to reach the entrance of the park. This trip takes about 30 minutes.
  • If you want to go by car, via a cab for example, you can count on about 25 minutes of journey, depending on the traffic.

To attend this mythical tournament click here to access the official online ticketing and the program of Roland Garros.

For soccer fans, the Champions League trophy will be on display to the public in Paris from May 26 to 28 at the Stade de France, while waiting for the final between Real Madrid and Liverpool on May 28.

On this occasion, several (free) activities will be available for visitors in Paris as well as in Saint-Denis. For this, UEFA will organize :

  • In Paris :
    • Mini soccer field in free access for the visitors
    • Exhibition of the captains’ shirts of the finalist teams (Real Madrid and Liverpool)
  • In Saint Denis :
    • Exhibition of a giant trophy
    • Inflatable attractions for children


To take advantage of these attractions, go to the Paris City Hall for the mini soccer field and the jersey exhibition. For the attractions in Saint-Denis, go to Place Victor Hugo in front of the Saint-Denis basilica.

To get to the Stade de France and watch the final match from the hotel, it will take you about 30 minutes on line 13 from the Saint-Lazare station to Saint-Denis Porte de Paris. Finally, it will take you about ten minutes to walk to the stadium entrance.

For more information about the Champions League final, visit the official website of the Stade de France here.