Capacity:  7,650 spectators

The Alcides Nieto Patiño velodrome was built for the  1971 Pan American Games, it was designed by the engineer Xavier Kurgan. In 2007 it was restored for the 2008 National Sports Games and reopened for the 2007 Parapan American Open of Track Cycling.

Capacity: 42,200 spectators

It is one of the biggest sports venues of Cali,  the capital city of the Valle del Cauca department. Major sports events have taken place In this arena: The VI Pan American Games, The FIFA U-20 World Cup, The  2013 World Games, the 1964 South American U-20 Championship, The 2001 Copa América (America Cup), several editions of the National Sports Games. As well as The 1995 Pacific Ocean Games, and the 2005 South American Championships in Athletics.

Capacity: 18,000 spectators

It was opened in 1971 for the Pan American Games. This venue is located in the Alberto Galindo Sports Complex, and it was the epicenter of the final stage of the 1982 FIBA Basketball World Cup, as well as the 2013 World Games gymnastics. This arena is home of the Table tennis, wrestling, taekwondo, fencing, judo, and sambo regional leagues.

Capacity: 3,340 spectators

This is one of the venues built for the 1954 National Games. Matches of basketball, volleyball, table tennis, futsal, among other sports take place in this arena.

Athletic track: 400 mts, 8 lanes

Auxiliar Athletic track: 400 mts, 4 lanes

Capacity: 900 spectators

This stadium has an approved track for international sprint competitions, a sports ground for jumps and throws events. It has hosted national and international events such as the National Athletics Championships and the 2015 World Athletics Championships.

Capacity: 7,280 spectators

Created for the 1971 VI Pan American Games. These pools have hosted important events such as world swimming championships and the First Pacific Ocean Games.

Capacity: 1,650 spectators

It was one of the venues built for the 2013 World Games. Its architectural design has become an international benchmark. It is also recognized for being a space with all qualities to host international sports events.

Capacity: 2,500 spectators

This synthetic hockey court meets the international standards for the practice of this sport. In 2013 it was rewarded by the Colombian Association of Architecture and Design as one of the best arenas in the country. Its impressive red design caught locals and visitors attention who pass through the traditional Calle novena street.

Capacity: 2,000 spectators

Inaugurated for the 1954 VII Athletics National Games, these pools have been the scene of important Underwater sports events. In 2015 it was built a new Underwater rugby pool for the World Championships of this discipline that has taken place in Cali. This is the first one that accomplishes all the international standards for the practice of this sport.

Capacity: 500 spectators

It has 20 automatic bowling alleys and it is the first public bowl arena that drives the development of this sport.

It is part of the Sports Complex comprising a skating rink, an Olympic pool suitable for the practice of water polo, and a coliseum for the practice of basketball, futsal, and volleyball.

The Calima Lake has become one of the most important tourist destinations of the southwest of Colombia, thanks to its climate, landscape, and its tourist attractions. In addition, its strong and constant winds make of this region the third lake in the world that offers very favorable conditions for the teaching and practice of waters sports such as kitesurfing, windsurfing, Optimistic, among many others.

It is located in Calima el Darién, a hundred kilometers away from Cali. In 2018 this Lake has hosted the Central American and Caribbean Games.

Capacity: 9,000 spectators

It is a soccer field located in Palmira, Valle del Cauca, 22 kilometers away from the west of Cali. It has an athletic track which accomplishes all the technical specifications of the International Athletics Federation.