Save the date : from March 7 to 9, 2022 for Sport Achat Hiver, the retailer’s meeting since 2003


Opening hours:

  • Monday, march 7 : 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday, march 8 : 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Wenesday, march 9 : 9:00 am to 6:30 pm


Exhibition reserved for professionals

As usual, the show will be held at Hall 2 of Eurexpo Lyon – a hall that boasts over 20,000 m2 of exhibition space. More than 500 brands and over 2,500 visitors have already registered, and organisers are expecting a further 3,000+ business visitors to attend over the 3 days.

Show organisers – Sportair Like That – have been able to go ahead with the event as the new Covid-19 regulations in France don’t apply to exhibtions. Mathieu Kurtz of Sportair says: “Retailers come to the show to meet clothing, ski, snowboard and outdoor suppliers. These face-to-face meetings are the strength of the show.”

Having been a part of the B2B events calendar since 2003, it’s an essential show for discovering brands’ winter 2022/23 collections. This year’s event will be driven by a so-far-positive winter season in resorts and a return to normal for retailers. Once again, Sport Achat will therefore return as a benchmark industry meeting point in 2022.

Over 70 boardsports brands are exhibiting at the show including Bataleon, Deeluxe, Jones, Head, Nitro, Rossignol, Salomon, Yes, Picture, Ortovox, Bolle, Oakley, Poc and Bolle.

We must give a special mention to the ‘Crème Fraîche’: an area dedicated to start-ups. This space features companies that are less than 5 years old and is an opportunity for new players to present their products and get themselves known. Brands in this year’s Crème Fraîche include Marchill socks, Saola, Fab’one, Kaptrek, Gorilla, Inseec Sport, Cardo Systems, Black Line, Ancor Bijoux, Hot Savoie 74, Nosc Sport by Nature and Cingomma.

Discover the flagship products of winter highlighted in this universe at the entrance of the show: best seller, favorite product or innovative model let yourself be seduced by this space as soon as you arrive in the show.

A must at the entrance of the show: Come and visit this space dedicated to young creative and innovative companies! 

Monday 7 March from 6.30 pm: Food Truck Zone 2 aisle O.
The Sportair-Like team invites all exhibitors, visitors, press and institutions to the unmissable Networking evening organized in the Food Trucks village of the show.
In a friendly setting where everyone can enjoy in a good mood the buffet and the cocktail, this evening organized by sportair allows everyone to meet and exchange.

Don’t miss the many conferences organized from Monday to Wednesday in the conference area next to the Foodtrucks 1 area

11.30-12.30pm – “How to get in working order” with New Sectors Director at Ecologic, Vanessa Montage, and Simon Blin, Sustainable Development Manager at Union Sport & Cycle. Hosted by Laurent Davier, Editor-in-Chief at Ski Chrono.

1.30-2:30 pm – The Crème Fraîche start-ups pitch their concepts and their key products, presented by Daniel Ronzeau of CNPC

11:00-12:00 pm – “The importance of training in in-store sales” with Benjamin Taller of Outdoor Sport Valley and Joris Perrot of the Sidas Academy

1:30-2:30 pm – “A discussion on the circular economy” with Ski’n Surf, Tri-Vallées, Nok board, Mob-e-scab and Skitech

12:00-1:00 pm – “Digitalization and B2B commerce: how to accelerate your business with digital” with Sébastien Garnier and Camille Brioix of CXMP, Laura Poli of Altimax and Gilles Nostradamus of Apache Conseil


Hall 2, Eurexpo Lyon

Boulevard de l’Europe, 69 680 Chassieu


  • From Geneva to Lyon – 1h44: Via the A42 towards Lyon and exit at the E611 exit towards Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport.
  • From Annecy to Lyon – 1h24: Via A43, A41 and exit at E70 Eurexpo visiteurs.
  • From Albertville to Lyon – 1h26: Via A43 and exit at the E70 Eurexpo exit for visitors.
Saint Exupery Airport – Lyon: Join Eurexpo via the Rhônexpress to Part-Dieu station. From there, take metro B for one station, then metro D to Grange Blanche and finally tramway line T5 to the Eurexpo terminus.
The Part-Dieu and Perrache stations are to be preferred. From Perrache station, take metro A to Vaulx-en-Velin La Soie then take bus 100 to the Eurexpo terminus.