Few people know that Padel is the second most popular sport in Spain.  With more than three million players and thirty five thousand padel courts across the country, padel is only second to football.  What even less people know is that Padel grows around the world and gains tempo. Germany, Sweden and Finland are three countries where padel has been introduced during the last few months.

In 2003 the sport was introduced in Germany with the construction of padel courts in Bernau am Chiemsee. After few years of little activity, the sport started gaining momentum as new courts are in the process of construction in three cities: Frankfurt, Cuxhaven and Cologne.

As for Finland, the sport was introduced in November 2009 with the presentation of the Finish Padel Federation. Since then, several padel courts have been inaugurated, both outdoor as well as indoor.

Padel in Sweden seems grow as well. The Federation was founded in 2010. During the last twelve months padel courts have been opened in Malmo and Bastad.

As if this was not enough, in 2010 padel courts opened their doors in some of the most distant corners of the world ranging from the Seashell Islands to Dubai. Projects are being also developed in Rumania, Ireland, Malaysia and Hong Kong, among many others.