The Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard (CSCR) (sometimes, and erroneously, called Centre sportif Claude-Robillard) is a multi-purpose sport facility, located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville.
The facility is made up of two buildings: the Michel-Normandin arena and the main building itself. At the heart of the facility lies a ten-lane Olympic-size swimming pool and smaller pool with diving towers, home to the award-winning CAMO swim club, as well as an indoor track, an omni-sport training room and a number of gymnasiums.
On the grounds lie a number of other installations: a running track, a regulation-sized soccer pitch, a second pitch with an artificial surface, originally designed for field hockey, but resurfaced in 2006 and configured for soccer and Canadian football, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, and so forth. The running track and the large soccer pitch sit in the middle of a 9,500-seat stadium.
The facility plays host to many national and international sporting competitions. Yearly events include the Jeux de Montreal and the Défi sportif (for handicapped athletes). The facility is also the headquarters for a number of clubs, some of which participate at an elite level, while others, such as Sports Montréal and APADOR, provide services to the general public.Montreal's soccer team, the Montreal Impact, also played its home games on the large soccer pitch from 1993 to 2007. It is to be newly owned by the FC Quebec of the Canadian Soccer League in 2009.