Have your say: How do you rate the public sports facilities in Copenhagen?

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Have your say: How do you rate the public sports facilities in Copenhagen?
(ARKIV) Denmark competes during the 4x50 meter medley final and win silver at the LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships in Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark, Sunday, December 17, 2017.. Sagen om den assisterende landstræner i badminton og historier om mistrivsel i svømning har fået kulturministeren til at indkalde DIF og Team Danmark til møde. Det skriver Ritzau, fredag den 13. september 2019.. (Foto: Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix)

The Danish government on Wednesday proposed major spending on new public sports facilities in the Copenhagen area.


The Greater Copenhagen region does not have enough sports halls, football pitches or swimming pools relative to its number of residents, according to the government, which wants to allow local authorities to build new facilities.

In a new plan for city development presented on Wednedsay, the government proposed giving the Copenhagen and Frederiksberg municipalities one billion kroner to invest on public sports facilities between 2022 and 2030.

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Do you live in Copenhagen? Do you feel the capital lacks public sports facilities? How does it compare with other cities or places you have lived?

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