Coming to Bordeaux for the ECSG

Throughout the year, the city of Bordeaux hosts international sporting events. Everything is therefore implemented to facilitate access no matter where you come from.

STAFF members will welcome you at the train station and at the airport and your pass will be valid after its first use on the day of your arrival.

Bordeaux airport offers more than 120 regular lines serving a total of more than 100 destinations throughout Europe plus numerous possibilities for charter flights. It thus benefits from direct connections with most of the European countries.

In addition, Bordeaux airport has daily connections with 9 of the 10 main European hubs: Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Madrid, Barcelona, ​​London (Gatwick), Munich and Rome.

Huge news: In 2022, the airport will be connected to the tram network which connects the city center and the airport. Participants in the 2023 European Company Sport Games will thus be welcomed by the organization upon their arrival at the airport and benefit from free public transport. One connection every 10 minutes!

The Saint-Jean station located in downtown Bordeaux has become the crossroads of the South West. A total of 33 direct connections per day are possible with Paris, including 5 with Charles de Gaulle Airport. Paris is only 2 hours away from the 2023 European Company Sports Games.





Throughout the Games, participants will be able to use the entire Bordeaux Métropole public transport network for free. With 4 tram lines and 79 bus lines, participants will be able to complete all their public transport trips. This objective is important for our organization, which we want to be as eco-friendly as possible.

It is with this in mind that we have selected all official accommodations as well as all sports facilities. Apart from the golf courses and some beach volleyball sites for which specific shuttles will be organized, all facilities are located less than 5 minutes walk from a tram or bus stop. The Hangar 14 is accessible by any tram line.

For those of you who like to travel by bicycle, you can also use the network’s 2 self-service bicycles that can be found in the 184 stations of the city.

Moreover, the transport pass offered to each participant will allow you to travel aboard the “BatCub” which connects the two shores of the city by boat throughout the day.


Have a look at the tram map


Thanks to the pass included in the registration fees, participants will be able to use the Bordeaux Metropole public transport network before, during and after the Games.

You will receive your pass per email a few days before the event. It is a digital pass, available for 7 days after its first use (no matter what day you arrive on).

How to get started?

  • Download the WITICK app for free
  • Choose the TBM transport network
  • Create an account
  • Type the code that we will have sent you before the Games

Note: This code is unique and can only be used on one smartphone. Don’t delete the app once you have used the code.

TBM – Transports Bordeaux Métropole

How to use the pass?

  • Turn the Bluetooth mode on on your smartphone
  • Open the WITICK app
  • Approach your smartphone to the fare box to validate each journey

The pass is valid for 7 days after its first use.

From Tuesday, 13th June on, STAFF members will be on site at the airport and the Saint-Jean train station to help you out with your pass and help you go to the Hangar 14, where you will get your accreditations.


You can rent a bike (for leisure or races) at one of the many local bike rentals.

Do not hesitate to contact them and to indicate that you are participating in the ECSG when renting a bike.

Pass, package, and more


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The ECSG, a festive event


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