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At Padel Zenter Årsta we have nine new built courts of absolute top quality. All of them are approved for games at the highest international level. Green grass and the same supplier as on the World Padel Tour. We also have a high ceiling - 12 meters in total! With the patented steel network, you will get game features that are equal no matter where the game is on the court. Even the lighting holds the highest international class and is specially built for optimized light scattering and minimized glare. Welcome!
We have fresh locker rooms and showers. A shop is located next to the front desk for those who want to buy racket, balls, shoes and clothes to exercise in. You can also rent a racket and try the various brands and models. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff will be happy to assist you. Water and sports drinks? Bars and fruits? Towel and soap? No problem, we have it.
It’s easy to park outside and we are open from morning to evening every day of the week. If you want to have a time every week it’s possible and you can also book the entire hall for larger events. We also offer introductory courses and private lessons for those who wish.
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Opening hours & Price list

We are open every day from 06.00-23.00.

Padel Court // 06.00-16.00 400 kr/h
17:00 to 23:00 and weekends 480 kr/h

Padbol // 320 kr/ h

Rent a racket // 50 kr



Do you have questions or want to know more about us and what we can offer?

Book online or sign up and subscribe to a time every week. You can also book the entire hall for larger events. We also offer courses and tournaments.

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Do you have a plot or local that you think would fit PadelZenter? We want to establish ourselves in more places and are open to suggestions. The basic requirement is at least 2500 m2 and 9 meters in ceiling height.



About Padel
Padel is a racket sport that can be seen as a mix between tennis and squash.

Padel is one of the world’s fastest growing sports. It’s easy to learn and fun to play, for example, It’s Spain’s second largest sport after football. The rules were set in the early 1970s and in 1991 the International Padel Federation was formed. Since 1992, World Championship has been organized.

Padel is played on a 10 × 20 meter court with a net in the middle. 2.5 meters high wall are located around the court and also 1 meter grille.


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