Freiburg is home to football team SC Freiburg that plays at the Badenova-Stadion. In the 2010–2011 season, the team competed in the Fußball-Bundesliga. Freiburger FC is a football club that had early success in the 20th century, but that now competes in lower divisions.
Freiburg also has the HC Freiburg Ice hockey team, that plays at the Franz-Siegel Halle, and the RC Freiburg Rugby union team, that competes in the Regionalliga Baden Wurttemberg.
Since it opened in 1954, the Badenova Stadion has been the faithfully supported and filled home of Freiburg's football team, SC Freiburg.
Dreisamstadion (or Badenova-Stadion) is a multi-use stadium in Freiburg, Germany. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of SC Freiburg. The stadium holds 24,918 spectators and was built in 1953.
City-centre based (just along the side of the river) indoor swimming pool with lots of equipment and pools for the complete family, ideal for those wet weather days out.
Freiburg, the main urban centre in the Black Forest, is the first city in Germany to feature a Nordic Fitness Park.
The park is located on the Schlossberg near the old city centre of Freiburg, an ideal site for attractive routes due to its location, terrain and easy access by foot from several tram stops.
The Feldberg is the highest mountain in the Black Forest with an altitude of 1493 metres.
Visitors can reach the top of the mountain either on foot or by taking the easy way up with the 900-metre long Feldberg cable car. Feldberg is also the largest and oldest nature reserve in Germany, home to rare animal breeds (chamois, capercaillie) and sub-alpine plants (carline thistle, arnica).
The Schauinsland is the closest mountain from Freiburg with an altitude of 1248 metres.
The longest cable-car (3,6 km) in the region leaves from the valley to the peak of Schauinsland. From the cable-car you get a fantastic view over Freiburg and as well the Rhein Valley until the French Vogese. At the top of Schauinsland you will find various attractions for every taste of leisure activities.
Opening Hours (Winter Ski season only):
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 17:00
Saturday and Sunday: 09:00 - 17:00
This ski school has been going since 2000 and specialises in Snowboard instruction on Feldberg Various levels of difficulty, from beginner to much higher levels. Equipment to rent - prices on their website. http://www.schneebrett-schule.de
Tel: +49 (0) 7676 / 93 98 42
Address: Dr. Pilet-Spur 1, 79868 Feldberg, Germany
Freiburg has several outdoor open-air swimming pools which are perfect for families in warm summer weather.
Adults pay 3.70 Euro to get in and children between 4 and 17 years old pay 2.50 Euro. Kids under 4 years of age get in for free. Disabled guests pay 1.10 Euro to get in. There are also special prices for one parent with several children. The out-door pools open their doors for the summer season at the end of April every year. Ask any local with children and they'll be able to tell you the exact date!