Managed through Mauritius Multisports Infrastructure Limited (MMIL),
Côte d’Or National Sports Complex operates autonomously through which the
sports complex and its people, are held to account.
Côte d’Or National Sports Complex is a key player of the National Sport and Physical Activity Policy with three transformational themes:
Meeting the World health Organisation (WHO) recommendations of 150 weekly minutes of moderate-
intensity aerobic activity
Individual athletes qualified for the Olympic and Paralympic games at Los Angeles 2028
Contributing to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Mauritius by hosting major events
To develop Mauritius as a major sport and events destination on the world stage
Revenues are generated through events, community use and athlete training with major sports events created and delivered through sponsorships, partnerships, international bidding, and marketing. Community use is maximised with affordable pricing and programmes designed to encourage the use of facilities.
To provide an accessible and attractive environment for all Mauritians to become fitter, healthier and happier; and for local and international athletes to develop, compete and perform at their best.
Mauritius’ premier destination for sport, physical activity and wellness, and a vibrant hub for education,
entertainment, and business.
- High performance staff
- Policy focused
- Continuous improvement
- World class facilities and programs
- Corporate agility