Centre Sportif Richard Bozon

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Centre Sportif Richard Bozon
Location 214 avenue de la Plage,
74400 Chamonix
Coordinates 45°55′39″N 6°52′20″E / 45.92750°N 6.87222°E / 45.92750; 6.87222
Capacity Hockey: 1,700
Built 1970-71
Architect Roger Tailibert
Structural engineer Heinz Isler, Europe Etudes
Chamonix Hockey Club
(in French) http://www.chamonix-mont-blanc.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=17&Itemid=474

The Centre Sportif Richard Bozon (English: Richard Bozon Sport Centre) is a multipurpose sport complex in Chamonix, France. In addition to an international-sized hockey rink, it features a swimming pool, climbing wall, squash courts, and a gym. The hockey rink is the home of the Chamonix Hockey Club of the Ligue Magnus


The Centre was designed by Riger Tailibert, with Heinz Isler of the firm Europe Etudes as structural engineer. Construction took place through 1970 into 1971.[1]


  1. ^ "Richard Bozon Sports Center - Swimming Pool". Structurae.de. Retrieved 1 June 2012. 

External links[edit]

(in French) Official Site