Free sports programs for hundreds of Athenians

Hundreds of Athenians will enjoy various sports programs of their liking in the framework of the cooperation established between the City of Athens and the historic Panhellenic Gymnastics Association. Their collaboration started last year, allowing more than 1,200 citizens of various ages to exercise for free in the modern and safe facilities of the Association at the Pedion Areos. This year’s sports programs are already in place. Those interested can choose from nine sports activities, including fitness for residents, special fitness programs for senior citizens, swimming lessons, pilates, yoga, martial arts/self-defence, free running, dance lessons and table tennis. The programs are offered from Monday to Saturday – during morning hours – exclusively for adults.

Registrations can be made at the Association’s offices in Kipseli, from Monday to Friday, from 08.00 to 14.00 and through the Municipality’s e-platform, at Applying to the programs is easy and fast by using the taxisnet codes. 

How to apply:

  1. In the category “General applications”, select the application “Participation in the Panhellenic Gymnastics Association’s programs.”
  2. Fill in the data required.
  3. Program selection

To avoid overcrowding, citizens can make their appointments through the digital platform of the Municipality: Entrance to the Panhellenic Gymnastics Association’s facilities will be allowed with a membership card only, which all participants will receive during their first visit to the sports facilities. For information, please call 210 8846081 (ext. 1).

“Sport promotes physical health, strength and people’s mental fitness. Especially in difficult times, when we feel stressed, it is more important than ever to find new, creative ways to de-stress. Our cooperation with the Panhellenic Gymnastics Association for the second year allows all Athenians to exercise for free this year too in modern and safe sports facilities, improving both physical and mental health”, stated the Mayor of Athens, Kostas Bakoyannis.

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