Swimming pass for swimmers 14 years and older

Everyone aged 14 years and older will get a personal swimming pass when he or she visits 1 of The Hague’s municipal swimming pools for the first time. Take your valid ID with you in order to arrange this.

Register through webshop or cash desk

You can register once as a new user through the webshop. You can then pick up your new swimming pass at 1 of The Hague's swimming pools. When you go to collect the new swimming pass, you will be asked to show your ID. Your photo will be taken at the cash desk. The photo will be linked to your swimming pass and your sport webshop account. The municipality can use the photo to check if it is the correct person with the correct pass at the cash desk. You can also go directly to a swimming pool for your swimming pass. You may have to wait a bit longer there.

You can register at sport.denhaag.nl/register.

Multiple entry card through webshop

If you would like, you can also purchase a multiple entry card in the webshop at a discount. You then get to swim 12 times for the price of 10. And with a 25x multiple entry card you pay for only 20 times. More information can be found under Sport webshop.

Do you already have a swimming pass? 

Then you do not have to apply for a new swimming pass. You will keep your own pass. Take your ID with you. It will be checked 1 more time.

Your photo will be taken at the cash desk. The photo will be linked to your swimming pass and your sport webshop account. The municipality can use the photo to check if it is the correct person with the correct pass at the cash desk. Afterwards you will only need to show your swimming pass when you come to swim.

      Why is a swimming pass needed?

      Following a number of incidents, the municipality introduced the swimming pass in all of The Hague’s swimming pools in September 2017. This way the municipality can better ensure the safety of all swimming pool visitors as well as municipal staff. It is important that everyone is able to enjoy his visit to the pool.

      Any questions? Contact the Sport-info-line.

      Published: 11 September 2017Modified: 31 May 2018