On 29 December 2021, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southwestern Finland decided on new regulations that restrict the provision of re
The City of Turku's Recreation and Education Divisions are conducting a questionnaire on children's and young people's hobbies during Autumn 2021.
The City of Turku has launched a new season product aimed at students.
City of Turku’s indoor sports facilities starting from June 16
- Contacts and competition activities are allowed also indoors regarding
In the city of Turku, the alignment means the relaxing of restrictions in the city's various functions.
Children’s and young people’s exercise during the emergency conditions
Sports Services has cancelled all adult exercise activities as well
This summer, the responsibility of beachgoers becomes highlighted
Many measures are taken on beaches to prevent coronavirus contagion.
In swimming facilities, the safety distances, gathering restrictions and elevated level of hygiene are secured through special arrangements such as
Even though outdoor sports facilities are reopened, it is important to remember that the coronavirus pandemic is not over yet.
Practices at outdoor sports facilities start in May. At indoor sports facilities, practices start at the beginning of June at the earliest.
The opening of sports facilities is linked to Government policies announced on Monday 4 May regarding the dismantling of nationwide coronavirus res
The closure of sports facilities until 13 May applies to City of Turku sports facilities such as swimming centres, gyms, courts and fields for game
Agility is a competitive sport that has strongly gained in popularity also in Finland.
Swim shorts now accepted
The opening of swimming halls brings along a change in swimwear regulations.