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Last updated on 18. September 2020

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When do sports clubs and sports fields open?

Federal state Answer
Brandenburg Non-contact sports and training in mass and recreational sports is permitted outdoors. Training in sports clubs without competitions is allowed again. Outdoor swimming pools and fitness studios are allowed to open again, swimming halls and thermal baths are open again.
Berlin Berlin sports clubs may train. Open-air swimming pools can open. Sports may again be practiced outside and inside in groups of up to twelve people. The sports halls will be opened for this purpose. Fitness, dance and ballet studios may also reopen.
Baden-Württemberg Public sports facilities/sports grounds may reopen, even in closed rooms, e.g. fitness studios and dance schools. Sports clubs are also allowed to train in halls again. Open-air pools and bathing lakes may be opened under certain conditions.
Bavaria Fitness studios, outdoor swimming pools and dance studios as well as other indoor sports facilities are open again. Training of body-related sports is permitted if there is a fixed group. Indoor swimming pools, indoor areas of thermal baths and hotel swimming pools, including wellness areas, as well as leisure pools may open.
Bremen Sports clubs may train again. Open-air pools may open. Low-contact sports such as jogging, rowing, tennis or golf are also permitted.
Hesse Training in the open air and indoor training should be possible again. Fitness studios and leisure parks are open. Swimming pools, saunas and bathing lakes may open again.
Hamburg Individual outdoor sports are permitted. Indoor and outdoor pools may open. Fitness studios and other indoor sports facilities may open again. Outdoor sports facilities may open as long as changing rooms and showers remain closed.
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Open-air swimming pools may open again. Clubs are allowed to train in closed rooms again. Fitness studios, indoor and fun pools and rehabilitation clinics are open again.
Lower Saxony Contactless outdoor sports are permitted. Outdoor and indoor swimming pools can open again. Indoor sports are permitted again, provided the minimum distances are observed. This also applies to fitness studios.
North Rhine-Westphalia Fitness studios, dance schools, sports halls and course rooms of sports clubs may reopen. Outdoor and indoor swimming pools may open, the minimum distance also applies in the swimming pools. Since 30 May, sports with unavoidable physical contact may be practiced again. Club sport in halls is only possible to a limited extent. In a group of up to 30 persons contact sports may be practiced again.
Rhineland-Palatinate Recreational and popular outdoor sports are permitted again, but no competitions yet. Open-air pools may open again. Visiting fitness studios and dance schools as well as sports activities in halls is again permitted under certain conditions. Club sports in the hall are again possible. Contact sports and group training is permitted in groups of maximum 30 persons.
Schleswig-Holstein Low-contact sports in halls are permitted again, including in fitness studios. Open-air pools may open. Indoor swimming pools may only open if they have an appropriate hygiene concept. Groups of up to 10 persons may practice contact-intensive sports.
Saarland Athletes are allowed to be active in the fresh air. Sporting activities in halls are permitted, e.g. in the gym and club sports with a limit of 25 persons. Both outdoor and indoor swimming pools are open again. Contact sports are permitted in groups of up to 10 people.
Saxony Open-air and indoor swimming pools may open, provided they have an approved hygiene concept. This also applies to saunas and steam baths. Fitness studios are open. Club sport is again possible both indoors and outdoors, but only if the minimum distance is observed.
Saxony-Anhalt Children are allowed to go to playgrounds again. Gyms and open-air swimming pools may reopen, sports in halls are also allowed. Outdoor sports are permitted for up to five people as long as they avoid direct contact. Non-contact sports are allowed in groups of up to 50 people.
Thuringia Open-air pools may open. Swimming pools, fitness studios and other sports and leisure facilities may reopen. Discotheques and cinemas may open. Outdoor sports activities may take place in groups of more than eleven people, subject to the minimum distance. Clubs are allowed to train indoors again.