sb Magazine

“sb“ is the world‘s leading trade magazine for the architecture, construction and operation of sports and leisure facilities.
By reading “sb“, facility operators, local authorities, investors, architects, industrial companies and craftspersons can gather information on current projects, trends and technologies in international sports facility development – and find the contacts they are looking for.
In 2016, the print version is entering its 50th year. Together with the fastgrowing online offering, “sb“ represents the perfect symbiosis of classical and new media.
“sb“ showcases exemplary architecture and the complete spectrum of innovations, products and services from the leisure centre, sports facility,swimming pool and wellness sector.

“sb“ has been uniting industry, architects, associations, the scientific community, local authorities and facility operators since 1967.
It is on these long-standing ties and its independent and authoritative nature that the reputation of our magazine rests. 76 % of readers consider “sb” to be objective, and a remarkable 90 % appreciate its expertise. Two thirds of our readers use the magazine as a decision-making aid for investments in this huge market.
(2014 Reader Survey)


14.January 2016 | sb Magazine

"sb" 6/2015: For clubs and families - The Langwasserbad pool in Nürnberg

Nürnberg, Bavaria‘s second-largest city, opened its new Langwasserbad pool, one of the country‘s biggest competition and leisure pools, in July 2015 after two years for construction.


08.September 2015 | sb Magazine

"sb" 3/2015: Impluvium Gold - Coast Aquatic Centre

The Gold Coast Aquatic Centre will be the swimming and diving facility for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. It has been created through the recycling and expansion of the old Southport Pool and is located within the Broadwater Parklands, a highly popular recreational resource on the Gold Coast.


25.August 2015 | sb Magazine

"sb" 3/2015: Rowd Puller “Okeraue“ Municipal pool in Wolfenbüttel

In the northern German town of Wolfenbüttel, the new “Okeraue” municipal pool opened in July 2014 after 22 months for construction.