Ålands Idrottscenter in the village of Godby is one of the largest sports centers on the Åland Islands. It might even be the largest. The center is partly owned by Finström Municipality and has space for many different sports. The three main facilities include a swimming center, an indoor sports hall, and a gym. There is also accommodation available on the premises.
The indoor sports hall is equipped for sports such as floorball, gymnastics, badminton, and other indoor sports. This was the location of the first Women’s World Floorball Championship in 1997. Sweden became the first world champions, with Finland as runner-up. The final was played in Godbyhallen, as it was known at the time.
The swimming pool was built in 2004 and includes an 8-lane 25-meter-long swimming pool as well as a smaller pool for kids. The swimming pools and the gym have regular opening hours for the public.
Find Your Way to Ålands Idrottscenter
Ålands Idrottscenter is in Godby, a village north of Mariehamn at the intersection between Road 2 and Road 4. The center is along the old road Godbyvägen, south of the commercial center at the intersection.