List of Summer Olympics venues: M–N

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For the Summer Olympics, there were a total of 45 venues starting with the letter 'M' and 19 venues starting with the letter 'N'.

M[edit]

Maria Lenk Water Park at 2007 Pan American Games. This venue will serve as host for the diving and water polo events for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2009. For the 1956 Summer Olympics, the ground hosted the athletics, field hockey final, and football final. It hosted several football preliminary matches for the 2000 Summer Olympics held in neighboring Sydney.
Venue Games Sports Capacity Ref.
Mälaren 1912 Stockholm Cycling Not listed. [1]
Malmi Rifle Range 1952 Helsinki Shooting (pistol/ rifle) Not listed. [2]
Maracanã Stadium 2016 Rio de Janeiro Football (final), Ceremonies (opening/closing) 90,000 [3]
Maracanãzinho Arena 2016 Rio de Janeiro Volleyball (indoor) 12,000 [4]
Marathon (city) 1896 Athens Athletics (Marathon (sport)), Cycling (Individual road race). Not listed. [5]
Marathon (city) 2004 Athens Athletics (marathon start) Not listed. [6]
Marathon course 1992 Barcelona Athletics (marathon) Not listed. [7]
Marathon course 1996 Atlanta Athletics (marathon) 800 [8][9]
Marathon course 2000 Sydney Athletics (marathon) Not listed. [10]
Marathon Course 2012 London Athletics (marathon) Not listed. [11]
Maria Lenk Aquatic Center 2016 Rio de Janeiro Diving, Water polo 6,500 [12]
Marina da Glória 2016 Rio de Janeiro Sailing 10,000 [13]
Markopoulo Olympic Equestrian Centre 2004 Athens Equestrian Not listed. [14]
Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre 2004 Athens Shooting Not listed. [15]
Mataró 1992 Barcelona Athletics (marathon start) Not listed. [7]
Maunula 1952 Helsinki Cycling (road) 21,708 [16]
Maurice Richard Arena 1976 Montreal Boxing, Wrestling 4,750 [17]
Mayfield 1936 Berlin Equestrian (dressage), Polo 75,000 [18]
Meilahti 1952 Helsinki Rowing 12,763 [19]
Melbourne Cricket Ground 1956 Melbourne Athletics, Field hockey (final), Football (final) 104,000 [20]
Melbourne Cricket Ground 2000 Sydney Football 98,000 [21]
Messegelände, Fechthalle 1 1972 Munich Fencing (final) 978 [22]
Messegelände Fechthalle 2 1972 Munich Fencing, Modern pentathlon (fencing) Same as Fechthalle 1. [22]
Messegelände, Gewichtheberhalle 1972 Munich Weightlifting 3,297 [22]
Messegelände, Judo- und Ringerhalle 1972 Munich Judo, Wrestling 5,750 [22]
Messuhalli 1952 Helsinki Basketball (final), Boxing, Gymnastics, Weightlifting, Wrestling 5,500 [23]
Meulan-en-Yvelines 1900 Paris Sailing Not listed. [24]
Meulan-en-Yvelines 1924 Paris Sailing 389 [25]
Millennium Stadium 2012 London Football 74,600 [26]
Mineirão Stadium 2016 Rio de Janeiro Football 74,300 [27]
Minor Arena 1980 Moscow Volleyball (final) 8,700 [28]
Mitsuzawa Football Field 1964 Tokyo Football 10,100 [29][30]
Mollet del Vallès Shooting Range 1992 Barcelona Modern pentathlon (shooting), Shooting 1,400 [31]
Molson Stadium, McGill University 1976 Montreal Field hockey 19,500 [32]
Mommsenstadion 1936 Berlin Football 15,005 [33]
Mongchon Tosong 1988 Seoul Modern pentathlon (running) 10,000 [34][35]
Monnikenhuize 1928 Amsterdam Football Not listed. [36]
Montreal Botanical Garden 1976 Montreal Athletics (20 km walk), Modern pentathlon (running) Not listed. [37]
Montreal Forum 1976 Montreal Basketball (final), Boxing (final), Gymnastics, Handball (final), Volleyball (final) 18,000 [38]
Morehouse College Gymnasium 1996 Atlanta Basketball 6,500 [8][39]
Morris Brown College Stadium 1996 Atlanta Field hockey (final) 15,000 [8][40]
Morumbi Stadium 2016 Rio de Janeiro Football 65,000 [41]
Moscow-Minsk Highway 1980 Moscow Cycling (road team time trial) 1,800 [42]
Mount Royal Park 1976 Montreal Cycling (individual road race) 4,400 [43]
Municipal Stadium 1968 Mexico City Field hockey 7,360 [44]

N[edit]

National Auditorium hosted the gymnastics events for the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
Venue Games Sports Capacity Ref.
Nachtegalen Park 1920 Antwerp Archery Not listed. [45]
Nagai Stadium 1964 Tokyo Football 20,000 [46]
Naples Saint Paul's Stadium 1960 Rome Football 60,240 [47]
National Auditorium 1968 Mexico City Gymnastics 12,450 [48]
National Equestrian Center 2016 Rio de Janeiro Equestrian 14,000 [49]
National Gymnasium 1964 Tokyo Basketball (final), Diving, Modern pentathlon (swimming), Swimming 4,000 (basketball)
11,300 (diving, swimming)
[29][50]
National Shooting Center 2016 Rio de Janeiro Shooting 6,850 [51]
National Stadium 1964 Tokyo Athletics, Equestrian (team jumping), Football (final) 71,600 [29][52]
Navy – Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 1984 Los Angeles Football 34,000 [53][54]
Neo Phaliron Velodrome 1896 Athens Cycling (track) Not listed. [55]
Neuilly-sur-Seine 1900 Paris Basque pelota Not listed. [56]
Nikaia Olympic Weightlifting Hall 2004 Athens Weightlifting Not listed. [57]
Nippon Budoka Hall 1964 Tokyo Judo 14,100 [29][58]
Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium 1964 Tokyo Football 10,000 [59][60]
The O2 Arena (renamed North Greenwich Arena during the games) 2012 London Basketball (final), Gymnastics (artistic, trampolining) 20,000 [61]
North Sydney 2000 Sydney Athletics (marathon start) Not listed. [10]
Northampton Institute 1908 London Boxing Not listed. [62]
NSW Tennis Centre 2000 Sydney Tennis 10,000 [63]
Nynäshamn 1912 Stockholm Sailing Not listed. [64]

References[edit]

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  13. ^ "Marina da Glória", Rio de Janeiro 2016 Candidate File (PDF) 2, (BOC), February 16, 2009, pp. 86–89, retrieved December 2, 2009. 
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