Sport Centres


The Huhtiniemi sporting centre offers skiing and outing, and an illuminated track. Huhtiniemi offers space for inside training in a private sports club.


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Kimpinen is the main field for football and track. Many national and international athletic events are organised on the field annually. Every summer an international athletic competition brings top athletes into town. The outside tennis fields and tracks are in active use during summer months.


Kisapuisto Sporting Centre

Kisapuisto is one of the city’s main sports centres with four ice rinks and an artificial skating rink outside. The park has parking for 1000 cars thus offering an ideal spot for fans of icehockey, figure skating, ice ball and other winter sports. During the summer months, baseball players occupy the field.


Lappeenranta Swimming and Sports Centre

The Lappeenranta Swimming and Sports Centre (Fin. uimahalli-urheilutalo) is the most versatile in town and offers space for numerous inside sports. Many associations in Lappeenranta organize activities and sporting events in the hall. The building has a 16 track bowling alley, a large hall for ball games, an athletic track, and space for judo, wrestling, boxing and gymnastics, rowing, weight lifting and target shooting.


Opening hours

Lappeenranta sports centre

Opening hours  
Mon–Fri from 7.30 am to 9.30 pm
Sat from 10 am to 6 pm
Sun from 10 am to 6 pm

Tickets are sold mon-fri until 7.15 pm  

The sports centre is closed on july 

Joutseno sports centre

Opening hours
Mon–Fri from 8 am to 9:30 pm
Sat–Sun from 10 am to 4 pm