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Singapore Sports Hub

A national icon featuring world-class sports, lifestyle and entertainment facilities



The Singapore Sports Hub is one of the world’s first fully integrated sports, entertainment & lifestyle destinations.

Spanning a mammoth 35 hectares of land in the heart of the city, the Singapore Sports Hub is a sports and lifestyle precinct that houses a unique cluster of world-class facilities designed to stage scalable events and activities.

Officially declared open by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in July 2015, the Singapore Sports Hub is a Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) project where SportsHub Pte Ltd – the Sports Hub consortium – has a 25-year contract with Sport Singapore to design, build, finance and operate the complex. In addition, the Singapore Sports Hub is one of the largest sporting infrastructure PPP projects in the world today.

Incorporating cutting edge design and environmentally conscious construction, this unique cluster of world-class facilities are designed to stage a variety of events – from major international sporting spectacles to large-scale entertainment – enabling elite athletes and world renowned artistes a stage to enthral both local and global audiences.

Built with the community in mind, the Singapore Sports Hub has an in-house community programme – Experience Sports – that allows everyone to participate in programmes for free, along with public facilities for everyday use.

Targeting all demographics – from the elite to the novice – the Singapore Sports Hub has been a venue for Singaporeans from all walks of life – a place where dreams are made and where memories will live on forever. This fruition of this mega-project has been made possible thanks to the Government’s vision to enhance Singapore’s sporting landscape.

SPORTS HUB SITE TOUR
Tour the world-class sports, lifestyle and entertainment facilities at Singapore Sports Hub, such as the 55,000-seat National Stadium, OCBC Arena, Water Sports Centre, Sports Hub Library, Singapore Sports Museum and Kallang Wave Mall, among others. At the end of the tour, you will gain an understanding of the Hub’s venues and insight into the project’s comprehensive community programming initiatives.