Our partners

We understand the importance of teamwork, and that’s why we use a collaborative approach to hosting major events in our city. Sports Events Montréal is your first point of contact to connect you to a vast network of stakeholders in the fields of sports, event management and hospitality.

At their core, sporting events are tremendous opportunities to bring people together. Montréal understands the important contribution that sports events and sports tourism makes to our city’s economy. We are a city that is serious about sports.

When you’re backed by a great team, great things happen.

Montréal meets all of the criteria for hosting sports events. Backed by the confidence, will, and involvement of a wide variety of stakeholders — such as sports federations, athletes, officials, event promoters, and government authorities — Montréal is becoming a city known worldwide as a prime destination for sports events of all sizes.  

Montréal knows the power of teamwork. Along with the Group of Sports Events Partners, we adopted a shared sports events strategy in 2016. The Strategy formalizes the efforts made by the sports event stakeholders and sets guidelines to better position Montréal as a first-rate Olympic city and sports town. We invite all sport events promoters to read our strategy including the five investment principles for selecting sports events.

By working together with a team approach, we make a coordinated effort to identify, bid on and then collaborate to host a wide variety of sports events. From touch down to take off — and every moment between — Montréal is in the game with you.

Groupe des partenaires des événements sportifs de Montréal (GPESM), Montréal Group of Sports Events Partners

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Conseil du sport de Montréal

The Conseil du sport de Montréal is a non-profit organization whose vision is to be the leader in metropolitan sports community.

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Sports Events Montréal

Sports Events Montréal (SEM) is a specialized team within Tourisme Montréal that is responsible for developing the city’s sports market.

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Ville de Montréal

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The Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) is the governing body of secondary school, collegiate and university sport in Quebec.

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Parc Jean-Drapeau

Established by the City of Montréal, the Société du Parc Jean-Drapeau has a mission to preserve, plan, promote and develop this major urban park, oversee the healthy coexistence of activities which occur there and ensure its longevity for current and future generations.

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Olympic Park

A daring architectural site, the Olympic Park was built to accommodate the 1976 Summer Olympics and has since been host to more than one hundred million visitors.