In English

Tapiolan Honka is the second largest basketball club in Finland. The club has about 1,400 members and offers a broad portfolio of basketball activity to players of all ages and levels.

The club hosts both recreational teams as well as elite teams. There are about 50 youth teams - with the full age range of youth basketball and 90 coaches, out of which ten are full-time employees of the club. In total, Honka has 11 coaches with the valid A-level coaching license (III-level), being therefore eligible to coach in the youth national team level.

In the recent years, Honka youth teams have not only been quite successful in Finnish national competitions, winning many medals, but its teams, players and coaches are also a regular sight in international competitions. Many Honka-grown players play and coaches coach also in youth national teams. Additionally, several teams play European competitions such as EYBL/EGBL and others participate in other invitational tournaments. Read more about the international program for girls and boys.

The club owns its own basketball training center, Honkahalli, in Tapiola, Espoo. Built in 2011 exclusively for basketball, the facility hosts three full size courts, physical training facilities, the club office and a cafeteria.


Each August, Tapiolan Honka hosts, together with other local basketball clubs, Espoo liikkuu Tournament (previously known as Tallink Tournament), one of the largest weekend youth basketball tournaments in Europe,

The tournament gathers over 500 teams from Europe each year. The 32nd tournament will be held 23-25 Aug 2024. For more info, check the tournament web site. For inquiries about being invited to the Invitational categories please contact the Tournament Director Antti Viitanen.


Since 2020, Tapiolan Honka has been going Carbon Neutral! One of our values is responsibility and we want to walk the talk. Our club is the first Finnish member of
Sports for Climate Action network coordinated by the United Nations.
Read more here.

Carbon Neutral Honka engages the whole community by a multitude of actions related to minimizing our carbon emissions especially at Honkahalli sports hall, aiming at sustainable mobility and sustainable policies in everything we do. Honkahalli runs on Ilmatar windpower. We strive for continuous improvement, also with our stakeholders. Here are Tapiolan Honka's tips for organisations: How to make sustainable development part of your operations.

Read more about Carbon Neutral Honka here in Finnish