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Whether you want to enjoy the interplay of refreshing swimming fun and soothing sunbathing, improve your health and well-being with an active sporting program or a revitalizing wellness offer, or want to go on an unforgettable trip to our adventure worlds with the whole family: at the attractive outdoor - and adventure pools, indoor swimming pools, sauna and fitness facilities of the BBF are simply not to be missed in Frankfurt. From the Titus Thermen and the Panoramabad Bornheim to the indoor pools in Textorbad, Riedbad and Höchst, the indoor and outdoor pools in Riedbad, the outdoor pools in Hausen, Brentanobad, Silobad, Stadionbad, Nieder-Eschbach and Eschersheim to our sauna facilities and fitness studios- more variety is not possible! “Where everyone swims, there is no need for a bridge.” (German proverb). Sporting activities connect people across all borders - so it’s no wonder that young and old alike get their money’s worth with a wide variety of activities at the public baths in Frankfurt. And that’s why even the birthday party is only really fun with us when it “falls into the water” with all the guests!
Frankfurt Rhine-Main is one of the centers of German sport, with its football arena, Olympic sports hub, and countless indoor and outdoor opportunities to stay fit. And plenty of spectator sports to enjoy, too.
Want to play football in Frankfurt but new to the city? Well, no problem! We organize football games open to anyone and everyone commitment free.
Moving up the cash ladder in fitness, one can choose from the trendier sports clubs throughout Frankfurt and the surrounding region.
You do not have to go all the way to the Alps to go hiking or walking in Germany.
Given the countless great running trails in and around town, hardly surprisingly Frankfurt is home to Germany’s largest running club, Spiridon Frankfurt e.V.
Germany’s first golf course was built in 1899 in Bad Homburg by an Englishman, the appropriately named R. W. Duff.
Those who enjoy skiing can get in on top resorts across Europe at low prices by signing up with the Frankfurt Ski, Snowboard, Sports & Social Club e.V.
The Main offers a perfect playground for watersport lovers, either beginners or experienced.
While the popularity of tennis in Germany may have peaked in the glory days of Boris Becker and Steffi Graf, the sport still remains very popular.
Watching the professionals in team sports means excitement and fun at a high level. Whether football, basketball, American football or ice hockey, there is something for everyone.