The Algerian Olympic Committee (COA) has signed a contract to purchase four air domes from Slovenian company DUOL.
COA President Mustapha Berraf travelled to Ljubljana to finalise the deal.
Financed by the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa and the COA, the domes will be used as part of sports development plans in the country.
The air supported structures will house fields of play for team sports including handball, basketball and volleyball.
They are already available for use for athletes from the province of Skikda and Tazrouk in the province of Tamanrasset.
Competitors from the port cities of Béjaïa and Annaba will have access to the domes next year.
In a statement, the COA claimed the domes, which have a life span of 45 years, will "allow for the development of different sporting disciplines, in particular team sports".
The acquisition of the structures followed a resolution passed by the organisation at a general meeting in May.