You are welcome to join all types of sports activities organised by the City of Helsinki. In Helsinki, you can exercise and do sports both indoors and outdoors. When you exercise and train, you feel better.
EasySport (in Finnish)
Swimming schools for children (in Finnish)
Sports for the whole family (in Finnish)
FunAction sports (in Finnish)
NYT-liikunta (in Finnish)
Neighbourhood sports (lähiöliikunta) are available at the following locations: Maunula, Jakomäki-Tapulikaupunki, Myllypuro and Pihlajamäki. Neighbourhood sports are easy to join and they welcome people of all ages. A neighbourhood sports pass (lähiöliikuntapassi) costs 20 euros per season. It gives you access to all neighbourhood sports.
The City of Helsinki has around 70 sports halls and other facilities, for example gyms (kuntosalit), three ice rinks (jäähallit) and four swimming halls (uimahallit). In addition, there are several private sports facilities in Helsinki. You can use these to exercise and train independently by paying their entry fee.
Helsinki has a lot of outdoor sports facilities, for example sports fields (liikuntapuistot), sports tracks (urheilukentät), outdoor swimming pools (maauimalat), beaches (uimarannat), tennis courts (tenniskentät), jogging tracks (kuntoradat), ice rinks (luistelukentät), artificial rinks (tekojääkentät), skiing tracks (ladut) and winter swimming places (talviuintipaikat). You could try, for example, the neighbourhood sport sites (lähiliikuntapaikat), outdoor gyms (ulkokuntosalit) and park exercise classes (puistojumpat). These are free of charge.
Park exercise classes (in Finnish)
Helsinki offers children and young people a wide range of sports and exercise opportunities.
Helsinki offers adults a wide range of sports and exercise opportunities.
You can swim, have a sauna and exercise at Helsinki’s swimming halls.
Sports fields, sports tracks, outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, jogging and skiing tracks.
You can cycle in Helsinki.
You can fish in Helsinki.