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Playing in Copenhagen

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Mag, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. Mag

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    I'm going to Copenhagen next weekend, and was thinking of bringing my gear along. Does anybody know any places to play in (or around) Copenhagen?
     
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    Mag,

    There are HUNDREDS within copenhagen. I'd just ask about and i'm sure you will find one. Club standard is meant to be quite good actually. Lucky!

    Matt
     
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    Yes, of course I know that Matt. But I really don't have time to ask around when I get there. I need to sort this out in advance, and reserve a court. I was hoping on tips from the Danes on the forum...
     
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    Thanks Matt, but neither Hvidovre nor Vaerlose qualify as Copenhagen clubs. :p They are also members-only clubs, if I remember correctly. I think it's the same with Kastrup-Magleby BC and Amager BC, which are close to Copenhagen.

    I'm looking for a place fairly centrally, where I can rent a court for a couple of hours. I want proper badminton courts, not a gym hall with badminton nets, where they play basketball or table-tennis on the next court!

    Does any of you locals know if any of these fit my requirements:

    Grøndal Centret
    Nørrebrohallen
    Østerbro Huset
     
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    hi mag, did you find a place to play in copenhagen?
     
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    I brought the gear but there simply wasn't time! But I got a couple of sessions with friends in Lund. ;)
     
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    must be som egood players in lund, thinking about the amount of student in the city.hopefully you had great matches.
    i 'll be gping to copenhagen myself next week and i am bringing my bag as well.
     
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    Please post a short review of where you play, so I know for my next visit! :)
     
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    One place that meets the criteria (central, all badminton courts and possible to rent by the hour - at least certain times of the day and in weekends) is Mariendalshallen, Mariendalsvej 21C, 2000 Frederiksberg. Phone + 45 38 86 07 08
     

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