AccorArena - Arena Guide

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Last Updated: July 5, 2021

Accorhotels Arena Exterior

Arena Facts

Opened: 1984
Capacity: 20,300
Names: Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy | Bercy Arena | AccorHotels Arena
Address: 8 Boulevard de Bercy, Paris, 75012
Architect: Andrault & Parat, Jean Prouvé & Aydin Guvan

The Accorhotels Arena has an extremely unique design with fields of sloping grass on the outside of the building. It looks like a cross between a hobbit house and nuclear power station.

Notable Tournaments and Events

  • League of Legends - 2019 World Championship
  • League of Legends - EU LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs


Construction started for Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy February 1981 but wouldn’t be finished until 3 years later, and opened 3 February 1984.

This truly is the definition of a multi-use arena and in it’s existence has hosted professional events for concerts, boxing, tennis, handball, basketball, ice hockey and athletics. Not forgetting Esports of course!

Both the name and arena underwent renovations in 2014 where it c

It hosted it’s first Esports event in 2017, hosting the League of Legends EU LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs. It would then go on to host the League of Legends World Championship in 2019.

Arena Photos

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Directions to AccorArena

Stadium Map

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Address of AccorArena?

The address for AccorArena is 8 Boulevard de Bercy, Paris, 75012

What year was AccorArena opened?

AccorArena was opened 1984

What is the capacity of AccorArena?

AccorArena has a spectator capacity of around 20300 for Esports events.

What Tournaments and Events have been held at AccorArena?

AccorArena has hosted 'League of Legends - 2019 World Championship' and 'League of Legends - EU LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs'