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Common Rules of Sports Centres

Every Sports Center have different rules and guidelines, but here is the list of the most common rules.


Always Bring Your Membership Card

You don’t want to cause any commotion in the lobby if the security card prevents you from entering the facility. If you just brought your membership card, none of this would happen. Please understand that every sports centre have security measures, and it’s for the safety of everyone in the facility. It has the same concept in Amsterdam city trip where you have to show your identification card in order to get in.

Observe Proper Behaviour While Inside the Sports Centre

Since a lot of people are using the sports centre, whether its an equipment or a facility, it is only fair to be considerate to others. Make sure you clean as you go, and avoid any loitering. You must use the equipment or facility appropriately and responsibly having regards to the health and safety of you and others. In boat rental Amsterdam, you have to return the boat as good as you rented it. Any damage that was caused by recklessness could be fined depending on the sports centre you are in.

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No Smoking Inside The Facility

Even with the signs of “no smoking” or not, it is a common courtesy not to smoke in public. Since this is a sports centre, it is highly prohibited to smoke inside the facility. Think about the non-smokers who are sharing the facility with you. Smokers know what to do in Amsterdam, they go to a designated smoking area. Some sports centres do have a smoking area. It really depends on the management if they will designate one.

Other Common Rules

Proper attire

Most of the sports centre will require proper clothing. Wearing sandals or any shoewear without socks is prohibited.

Age guidelines

Some sports centre especially the ones with a swimming facility have age guidelines. No person under the age of 18 will be allowed to use the swimming pool except accompanied by an adult.