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Indoor sports facilities

Pirkkola Swimming hall, foto: City of Helsinki


At its meeting on Thursday 24 June 2021, the Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group outlined that adult indoor sports facilities run by the cities may be opened on a limited basis from 1 July onwards. This applies, for example, to the free use of gyms and sports halls and to the availability of indoor sports activities for adults. Up to half of the normal number of customers can be admitted to sports facilities and group sports. Recreational competition activities for adults will also be allowed indoors from 1 July onwards.

The following Helsinki-based indoor sports facilities will be open in July: Töölö Sports Hall, Liikuntamylly, Oulunkylä indoor facilities, the Swimming Stadium’s gym, the Pirkkola ball game hall and gym (until 4 July), and the football halls of Tali and Myllypuro. Other City of Helsinki indoor sports facilities will be opened in a staggered manner starting from 2 August. We will provide more information on the opening of other indoor sports facilities closer to the actual opening date.

The City of Helsinki manages about 70 sports halls or gyms including 3 ice rinks, 4 swimming halls and 1 horseback riding stable.

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