For children and young people: “Open Sports” takes off – muenchen.de

The state capital Munich is once again offering the colorful and popular “Open Sports” program this winter. There is a huge selection of sports options, ranging from trend and action sports such as airtrack, skating, streetball, climbing, parkour to zumba, volleyball or kickboxing power for all fitness-loving kids and teens. “Open Sports” is thus already in its second year providing free exercise opportunities for all children and young people (from 6 to 17 years of age). The sports program takes place mainly outside of the school holidays and is expected to be offered until the end of March 2023. Sports mayor Verena Dietl: “I am very pleased that this great concept will be continued this winter after the successful implementation last year. Together with many Munich clubs and sports providers, a diverse and wide-ranging sports program was put together that should allow all children and young people to pursue their sport and passion even in the cold winter months.”
Sports officer Florian Kraus: “It is important that all children and young people have the opportunity to pursue sports that they enjoy. Because exercise is of great importance: It keeps you physically fit, strengthens your self-confidence and your immune system, improves your ability to concentrate and coordinate and is a lot of fun together with friends!”
Open Sports – Kids & Teens, discover your moves!
The “Open Sports” program is spread across the entire city area, and there is at least one free sport and exercise program every day. Mostly it takes place indoors and therefore in any weather. The program is designed for children and young people – but of course it is open to all citizens. Some partners require prior registration. Whole school classes can also become active as part of “Open Sports” with the school class programs of leisure sports. The FreizeitSport team comes directly to the school with the offers “walking on wheels” or “horizontal instead of vertical” and ensures an active school day.
Adolescents and young adults up to and including the age of 21 can also take part in the entire indoor sports program of FreizeitSport free of charge upon presentation of their ID (the offers of the cooperation partners are excluded here).
All information about “Open Sports” can be found at http://sport-muenchen.de and the websites of the cooperation partners.
Note: The respective cooperation partner or provider at “Open Sports” is solely responsible for the content and implementation of the events. The City of Munich bears no responsibility for the content and implementation of the Open Sports offers. Participation is at your own risk.

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