Peugeot and Sport

Peugeot and Sport

Peugeot has a proud sporting tradition, dating back to the very beginning of its life as an automobile manufacturer. In fact, Peugeot won the world's first ever motor sport event in 1894 - and thus a burning passion for sport was born. It isn't just motor sport that Peugeot is involved with, we also have tennis, golf and rugby running through our veins.



Peugeot Motorsport


After great success in the World Rally Championship in the early 2000s, Peugeot decided to focus on an exciting new challenge and returned to endurance racing which has culminated in winning the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans 2009 in the diesel powered 908 HDi FAP.

Follow the car, the team and their progress


Peugeot Women's Classic


Since 2006, the Peugeot Women's Classic has been the country's largest team event for amateur female golfers. It is open to as many as 110,000 female members at over 1,500 clubs. The stakes are high, with trips to state and national finals up for grabs, along with the grand prize of a trip to Paris to play in the Peugeot International Pro-Am. Peugeot is also a proud partner of the ANZ Ladies Masters and the Australian Women's Open.

Visit the Peugeot Women's Classic website


Peugeot and Tennis


Since 1984, Peugeot has been a partner of one of tennis' grand slam events, the French Open at Roland Garros. Each year at Roland Garros, all the world's leading tennis players have been transported in numerous Peugeot models and have been able to experience the quality, comfort and style of the range.

Read more about Peugeot's tennis partnership



Peugeot and Rugby


Peugeot and world rugby have had a shared history for a long time. A partner of the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia and the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France, Peugeot has become an essential player in this global sporting event, watched by billions of television viewers on each occasion. As Official Transporter, Peugeot has had the great privilege of transporting the best players in the world during these tournaments.

Read more about Peugeot's rugby partnership