The UFR STAPS Gymnastics Centre is located on the Mont-Saint-Aignan campus, 10 minutes from the centre of Rouen. The centre includes a gym, 2 gymnasiums (type C), 2 dance studios with wooden flooring, a dojo and a 150-capacity amphitheatre, all interconnected. The gymnastics room has 4 cameras linked to 4 screens, providing different angles of view during training in each area. Most of the gymnastics equipment is Gymnova-branded with short ropes, and there are two pieces of most items of equipment. There is one latest-generation Janssen floor. The room has lead ropes above the asymmetric bars and fixed bar, a long elasticated rope for the rings, a horizontal lead rope on the acrobatic, and a 4-piece lead rope on the large trampoline.
The Venoix complex is the training and practice facility for Stade Malherbe de Caen, a club that plays in Ligue 1 of the French football championships. It boasts top-level facilities: a hybrid pitch, an artificial pitch and an artificial 1/2 pitch.
The Zénith de Caen, which opened on 19 June 1993, is a large-capacity auditorium. With its modular layout, it can accommodate upwards of 900 seated spectators and is approved for audiences (standing and seating) of up to 6,990. In the 25 years since it opened, the Zénith has played host to more than 2,000 shows and events, attended by almost 5.4 million spectators. The auditorium is a modern facility designed chiefly for performing arts shows, but it is also accredited to host major sporting events. The offices, dressing rooms and other spaces can be turned into press rooms or physiotherapy rooms, or converted for other purposes as required.