Göttingen - Sport

Sport

Göttingen has:

  • some football (soccer) teams, playing in amateur leagues Sparta Göttingen Bezirksoberliga http://www.spartagoettingen.de/
  • a cricket club
  • bowling alley
  • driving range
  • an American football team
  • a baseball team
  • at least two skittles alleys.
  • indoor swimming complex and a number of outdoor pools.
  • a sports stadium (Jahn-Stadion)
  • a basketball team (playing in the first league in Germany since 2007)

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