The main dates of 2023 for Vienna

Find the calendar of the main events in our department as well as the important meetings for teams and athletes from Vienne throughout this new year.


Cross country. The Bois de Saint-Pierre, in Smarves, will host the departmental cross-country championships.

Sunday 8.

Soccer. The year 2023 will start strong in National 3 with the expected derby between Stade Poitevin and the leader Chauvigny on the lawn of Michel-Amand.

Saturday 14.


Cycling. The Prix d’ouverture de Châtellerault will once again launch the road racing season in Vienne.

Sunday 12.

Basketball. The first phase of the NM1 championship will end for the PB 86 with a trip to Berck. To validate a ticket for the high hen?

Friday 17.

Cycling. The Omloop Het Nieuwsblad event in Belgium will be the first of the Women’s World Tour in Europe. The opportunity for the FDJ-Suez to show up quickly?

Saturday 25.


Cycling. Fifth in 2022, Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig will try to do better on the Strade Bianche event, in Italy, and to shine once again on the white paths of Tuscany.

Saturday 4.

Automotive. For his twelfth year in the United States, Simon Pagenaud will launch his IndyCar season at the 1er Grand Prix, near St-Petersburg.

Sunday 5.


Tennis. Who will succeed the Italian Mattia Belluci, victorious in the final of Pierre Delage in 2022, in the winners of the Men’s Open 86?

From Monday 13 to Sunday 19.

Volleyball. Stade Poitevin will host Arago de Sète on the last day of the Ligue A regular season. Before continuing its season in the play-offs?

Saturday 25.


Cycling. The FDJ-Suez team will find the Hell of the North and the famous cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix.

Saturday 8.

Motoball. MBC Neuville will go back on the gas by going to Saint-Georges-de-Reneins for the resumption of the Elite 1 championship.

Saturday 8.

Running. Many Viennese runners shouldn’t miss the traditional Jean-Paul-Cardineau half-marathon in Châtellerault.

Monday 10.

Rugby. The Poitevin Stadium will receive Lormont Hauts de Garonne on the occasion of the last day of the regular season of Fédérale 2. Before taking part in the final stages?

Sunday 16.

Cycling. Three days after the Amstel Gold Race, which Marta Cavalli won in 2022, the Italian FDJ-Suez rider will surely be keen to defend « her title » on the Flèche Wallonne.

Wednesday 19.

Table tennis. The TTACC regular season has not been a long calm river. But the Poitevin club can hope to end it well in Grand-Quevilly.

Monday 24.


Running. After “Tout Poitiers Court”, the day before, in the Blossac park, the runners will have the pleasure of returning to the 42.195 km of the Poitiers-Futuroscope marathon.

Sunday 21.

Gymnastic. The Arena Futuroscope will host the French TeamGym championships for three days, organized by the Stade Poitevin.

Saturday 27, Sunday 28 and Monday 29.

Automotive. Winner in 2019, Simon Pagenaud will try to take on the legendary Indianapolis 500 Miles for a second time.

Sunday 28.


Soccer. The National 3 championship will end with the matches Chauvigny – Neuville, Bayonne – Poitiers and Libourne – Châtellerault. Without descent and why not with a nice surprise?

Saturday 3.

Soccer. The finals of the departmental cups will mark the end of the season for the clubs of Vienne.

Saturday 10 and Sunday 11.

Cycling. The French championships, organized in Hazebrouck and Cassel, in the North, will be an opportunity for the FDJ-Suez team to find the tricolor jersey which is so dear to it.

From Thursday 22 to Sunday 25.

3×3 basketball. The 3×3 Basket Festival will once again take place at Place du Maréchal-Leclerc in Poitiers.

From Friday 23 June to Sunday 2 July.


Cycling. The Tour de France will start from Bilbao in Spain. With Valentin Ferron and, or, Thomas Bonnet at the start?

From Saturday 1er to Sunday 23.

Cycling. The FDJ-Suez will participate in the eight stages, between Clermont-Ferrand and Pau, of the new edition of the Tour de France women.

From Sunday 23 to Sunday 30.


Cycling. Who will succeed Sten Van Gucht, winner last year of the Route d’Or from Poitou to Civray?

Wednesday 2.

Cycling. Marie le Net had made the colors of the FDJ-Suez shine in 2022 at the arrival of the Picto-Charentaise, in Châtellerault. Will the Breton offer herself a double?

Sunday 13.

Cycling. Won by the Swiss Stefan Küng last year, the Tour Poitou-Charentes in New Aquitaine will start from Charente in 2023 and will arrive as always in Poitiers.

From Tuesday 22 to Friday 25.


Running. Having become an unmissable event, the Urban Trail of Poitiers will be back in the streets of the Prefecture of Vienne.

Saturday 9.

Running. Still departing from Lencloître for 250 km, the traditional pedestrian Tour de la Vienne will celebrate its 32e editing.

Saturday 30 and Sunday 1er october.?


Running. The 10 and 20 km of Vouneuil-sous-Biard, one of the oldest races in the department, will return for a 45e times on the calendar.

Sunday 8.

Tennis. Who will succeed Croatian Petra Marcinko? The week of the Vienna Women’s International should once again be rich in spectacle and good play on the courts of the Committee.

From Sunday 22 to Sunday 29.

Automotive. The final of the French Drift Championship will take place on the Val de Vienne – Le Vigeant circuit.

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29.


Running. Still organized by the Soft Strides of Montamisé, “the Moulière race” will return in a new format and under the name “Marathon de Moulière”.

Sunday 5.


Running. A festive event par excellence, the Santa Claus Race will host for the 23rde times the streets of the Sancto-Benedectine city.

Saturday 16.

Running. The sporting year in Vienne will conclude as usual with the Corrida des Tanneurs, in Lavausseau.

Friday 29.

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