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Kallang Sports Hub

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Thursday 18 December 2014

The Sports Hub is a key project in the Government of Singapore’s urban redevelopment and sports facilities masterplan – ‘Vision 2030’ – promoting a more sustainable, healthy and active society at all levels of participation, nation-wide. Designed for long-term legacy usage from the outset, the Sports Hub will set a new standard for adaptability and social integration. By providing premier venues for major sports events and inviting and inclusive public destination spaces, the Sports Hub is an elite, world-class sports destination that encourages everyday public participation.

Coordinates: 1°18′15.4″N 103°52′28.6″E

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History

The Singapore Sports Hub is a sports complex located in Kallang, Singapore. It is built on the site of the original National Stadium, for which demolition began on 29 September 2010. Construction on the Singapore Sports Hub began in 2011, with the foundations laid in February 2011. It opened on 28 June 2014. Stadium MRT station serves the Hub.

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A football match between Singapore and Juventus was the first football game which took place at the Sports Hub when it opened.

The rugby World Club 10s on 21–22 June 2014 will be the first sporting event to be held at the 55,000 seater stadium. The new annual event will feature top professional club rugby teams from around the world.


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Facilities

National Stadium: 55,000
Singapore Indoor Stadium: 13,000
Aquatics Centre: 6,000
Sports Arenas: 3,000
Kallang Footbridge
Beach Volleyball Area
Skate Park
Outdoor Basketball Court

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Other data

Construction cost: S$1.3 billion.
Premier Founding Partner: OCBC Bank.
Founding Partners: Canon, Great Eastern, StarHub, Tiger.