places to play

Pickleball is still a fairly new sport in Finland. Pickleball Finland brought the game to Finland and started spreading it with determination and huge heart in January 2014. Thanks to our efforts, pickleball can be played already in over 100 towns and citiin Finland and as the amount of players grows, more venues will surely be added to the list.

It's easy to start pickleball. You can play it at any venue that has badminton courts. Please see the list below of venues that have paddles for rent. We recommend that you contact the venue beforehand and check that it's OK to play when you'd like to. Or if you're visiting Finland and would like to play some pickleball, contact us and we'll help you.

In addition to public gyms, olympic training centers and sports halls, pickleball is being played e.g. in schools, municipalities and rehab centers. Let's go and play pickleball!

Public venues open for everyone listed by cities and municipalities in alphabetical order (blue tabs):

Espoo

Eura

Helsinki

Hollola

Hämeenlinna

Iisalmi

Joensuu

Jyväskylä

Kittilä

Kokkola

Kuopio

Kuortane

Lahti

Laukaa

Lempäälä

Mikkeli

Nastola

Oulu

Pieksämäki

Pori

Porvoo

Raahe

Raasepori

Rauma

Riihimäki

Rovaniemi

Salo

Savonlinna

Seinäjoki

Siilinjärvi

Siuntio

Sodankylä

Sotkamo

Suomussalmi

Tammela

  • Eerikkilä Sport & Outdoor Resort (Olympic Training Center) (www.eerikkila.fi)

Tampere

Vierumäki

Ylihärmä

Ylöjärvi

In addition to venues above, pickleball is being played in schools, municipalities, companies and rehab centers, etc. at least in the following towns and cities (green tabs):

  • Alajärvi

  • Askola

  • Espoo

  • Eura

  • Eurajoki

  • Forssa

  • Hamina

  • Harjavalta

  • Hausjärvi

  • Helsinki

  • Hollola

  • Huittinen

  • Hyvinkää

  • Hämeenlinna

  • Ii

  • Iisalmi

  • Imatra

  • Jalasjärvi

  • Janakkala

  • Joensuu

  • Juva

  • Jyväskylä

  • Jämsänkoski

  • Järvenpää

  • Kaarina

  • Kajaani

  • Kankaanpää

  • Kauhajoki

  • Kauniainen

  • Kempele

  • Kerava

  • Kokemäki

  • Kontiolahti

  • Kuopio

  • Kuusamo

  • Lahti

  • Lappeenranta

  • Lapua

  • Laukaa

  • Lempäälä

  • Lepaa

  • Leppävirta

  • Liminka

  • Lohja

  • Loimaa

  • Loppi

  • Loviisa

  • Maalahti

  • Merijärvi

  • Mikkeli

  • Nokia

  • Nousiainen

  • Nurmijärvi

  • Otanmäki

  • Oulu

  • Paltamo

  • Pieksämäki

  • Pelkosenniemi

  • Porvoo

  • Puumala

  • Raahe

  • Rauma

  • Riihimäki

  • Rovaniemi

  • Salo

  • Sastamala

  • Savonlinna

  • Seinäjoki

  • Siikalatva

  • Siilinjärvi

  • Simo

  • Sodankylä

  • Taivalkoski

  • Tammela

  • Tampere

  • Teuva

  • Tornio

  • Turku

  • Ulvila

  • Uusikaupunki

  • Vaajakoski

  • Vaasa

  • Valkeakoski

  • Vantaa

  • Vihanti

  • Vihti

  • Virolahti
  • Ähtäri
  • Äänekoski

and of course by individuals and small groups all over the country.