The first Charléty Sebastian Stadium was built in 1939. It bears the name of a Parisian who fought for this Stadium as main for the UNIVERSITY CLUB PARIS (PUC), today partner club of PARIS 2018. It received its first major sporting event in September 1957 with the Paris University Games where World records are broken in 1962 on the 2000 m by the runner Michel Jazy and in 1980 on the pole vault with 5.77 meters by Philippe Houvion the puciste . This stadium was demolished in 1989.
The new stadium, which opened in 1991, has grown and is now a multi-sports complex that includes a stadium of 20,000 seats for athletics, football and rugby, a field Schedule of football, the Charpy room with a capacity of 1600 people, 6 clay tennis courts, 2 other tennis courts, 4 squash courts, 1 dojo and 1 weight room.
In 1999, the Charlety stadium hosts the European Cup of Nations to Athletics. In 2002, at the Grand Prix final in Charléty, American Tim Montgomery there beats the record in the 100 World in 9.78 seconds. The athletics meeting in Paris stage of the Golden League professional world, and DecaNation there were held several times.
The Charléty Stadium is also the residence of the French Athletics Federation (FFA) and the National Committee French Olympic (CNOSF)