Meanwhile, the German padel community is getting bigger every day. New members at all padel locations, but also new padel courts show: Padel has arrived in Germany and continues to grow strongly. So it's no surprise that German sports journalists are reporting more and more frequently about padel in print, on the web and on television.
At the moment, the most important thing is to give as many people as possible the opportunity to play padel. New courts and padel facilities are needed for this. Fortunately, more and more clubs, especially tennis clubs, are showing interest in this great sport! And are expanding their sports programme to include padel. Of course, it is an advantage that padel courts can be built with relatively little money and that maintenance is not particularly costly.
So what is happening in Padel Germany?
Besides a new Padel facility in Bremen-Weyhe and a new Padel court in Herzebrock-Clarholz Karlsruhe stands out in particular this year. As of now, there are three new options in and around Karlsruhe. This means that Karlsruhe is becoming one of the German padel centres alongside the Ruhr region and Berlin!
And here you can find more information about the 3 padel facilities in Karlsruhe:
However: There are also supposed to be new openings in the Rhine-Ruhr area this year - just like in Berlin! We will report...
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If you know of new padel facilities or would like to build a padel court yourself in your club, please contact me via Mail. Many thanks and sporting greetings, David Ernsting