Beachsportanlage KönigshügelCopyright: © M2Brothers
The University's beach sport facility at Königshügel is over 1,600 square meters of sand and includes six beach volleyball courts, making it the largest facility in Aachen. It offers fantastic possibilities to play all conceivable beach sports at a central location on the campus and in the city. The flexible post system makes it possible to easily turn the six beach volleyball courts into a beach soccer field and five beach volleyball courts. It is also possible to turn it into two large courts for beach handball, beach soccer, or similar sports, and two beach volleyball courts for events.
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From April 4
Monday to Thursdays: 14:30am to 10:30pm
Friday and Sunday: 14:30am to 8:30pm
Saturday: 15:30am to 7:30pm
Course Cancellations and Facility Closures
Access Requirements for the Beachsportanlage Königshügel
The instructed beach volleyball courses are for a fee and require registration.You must purchase the beach volleyball card in order to participate in the beach volleyball games at the Beachsportanlage Königshügel. You must pay a one-time fee to reserve the court for an individual date or to subscribe to use the court. A beach volleyball card is not required though. Further information and booking options for members of the University interested in beach volleyball can be found on the pages Beach Volleyball Subscription or Beach Volleyball Individual Date.
Beach Handball, Beach Soccer, Beach Rugby, Beach Frisbee
You can book Beachsportplatz 1 by the hour or subscribe to use it for beach sports that require goals or a larger playing field than beach volleyball. Further information and booking options can be found on the pages Beachportplatz Subscription or Beachsportplatz Individual Date.
University members also have the possibility to request a permit for the facility to hold their own events and tournaments.
"Check in" Before Playing
Please check in directly with our service personnel in the hut at the entrance of the Beachvolleyballanlage and show your permit without being asked.
Overview of Facts About the Beachsportanlage Königshügel
- 1,600 square meters of usable area filled with fine quartz sand
- Multi-switch beach volleyball facility from Funtec, which can allows Courts 1 and 2 to be restroncuted for sports with goals.
- Flexible use of six beach volleyball courts 1, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3, and 4, each with a playing field measuring 16 x 8 meters and with safety zones.
- Court 1 and Court 2 allow for playing fields measuring 27 x 12 meters plus safety zones and can be equipped with goals measuring 3 x 2 meters. Beach volleyball courts 2a, 2b, and 2c are only reconstructed into Grßspielfeld 2 for special events. Court 1 is regularly available for beach sports requiring a larger playing area and can be booked online by the hour or subscribed to.
We wish to inform subscribers of the seasonal changes in daylight hours and that the beach sport facility is not lit. In this context, booking changes are not possible. We ask subscribers to consider this when choosing times.
Nets and Lines
You can only use the University Sports Center's beach volleyball nets and goal nets. You can borrow the nets and lines against a deposit from the sports supervisor or starting at 2:30pm from the service personnel in the hut.
Balls and Bibs
Balls and bibs can be borrowed against a deposit from the sports supervisor or the service personnel in the hut at the facility.
Area Playability and Sports Facility Closures
If you would like to be informed of last minute facility closures affecting the Beachsportanlage, please join the corresponding mailing list.
Register Your RWTH BlueCard or Your FH Card
If you have a RWTH BlueCard or FH card that is registered in the HSZ Service Point or with the Beachsportanlage Service Personnel, you do not need a printed registration confirmation. Using the card's registered barcode, our system immediately recognizes whether you have a valid booking in your name.
Please note: If you have exchanged your card, you must re-register it with the HSZ.