Our History


The Little Burgundy Sports Center features a multitude of activities and spaces to accommodate a large audience. This large facility is very much involved in community life and contributes to the dynamism of Little Burgundy and the Southwest district. Its elegant and contemporary architecture makes it a true landmark in this part of Montreal.

Opened in 1997, this beautiful building was built at a cost of $ 8.6 million by neighborhood residents striving to overcome the lack of activities and sports facilities in the area.

Its funding was arranged by three parties: the federal and provincial governments have contributed $4 million and the City of Montreal invested $4.6 million.

During the opening, the Mayor Pierre Bourque officially transferred the facility and equipment management to the Little Burgundy Sports Center Corporation, chaired at the time by Mrs. Léonie Charles.

Managed independently, the Little Burgundy Sport Center is represented by the board of directors and a management team that works in partnership with the South West district, City of Montreal.

Our Mission


The Little Burgundy Sports Center’s mission is to contribute to the health and well-being of people in the community. To achieve this, the Center offers a wide range of sports and leisure activities in a fun and safe environment. The multi-function rooms with top range fitness equipment and a pool with favorable dimensions, allow to offer a wide variety of recreation programs and fitness and to meet all types of the community members needs. Whether losing weight, getting back in shape, entertaining or relaxing, the Little Burgundy Sports Center offers best conditions to reach these various goals.


As you may be aware, the Little Burgundy Sports Centre (CSPB) has been occupied since the beginning of the pandemic crisis by Public Health Services, which resulted in the closure of this facility to all employees and members, a situation still ongoing.

The CSPB is still awaiting confirmation by the City as to a date of release of the premises. Following which, it will be necessary to properly clean and disinfect the Sports Centre, a project to take place over a course of several weeks.

We regret to inform you that the CSPB will therefore be closed for the 2020 summer season.
The official reopening date will be announced later this summer.

Thank you for your usual support and understanding.

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