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Hong Kong ABCs (29): Sports venues
    2017-June-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Hong Kong Stadium

Hong Kong Stadium is the territory’s largest outdoor sports venue, with seating for 40,000 people. It is mainly used for football and international rugby matches and large-scale community events. In November, 2015, it staged the Asia Rugby Sevens Qualifier. About 176,500 people attended seven events held at the stadium during the year.

Mong Kok Stadium

Mong Kok Stadium has a seating capacity of 6,668 and is an important venue for sporting and community events. It is one of the major venues for the Hong Kong Premier League and the training ground for the national squad. More than 320,000 people attended the 74 events at the stadium in 2015.

Water sports centers

There are five water sports centers in Hong Kong: Chong Hing, Tai Mei Tuk, The Jockey Club Wong Shek, St Stephen’s Beach and Stanley Main Beach. It also runs four holiday camps, the Lady MacLehose Holiday Village, Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Center, Tso Kung Tam Outdoor Recreation Center and Lei Yue Mun Park. In 2015, about 123,000 people took part in events at the water sports centers and 500,000 visited or stayed at the holiday camps.

Other sports venues

The department manages 96 sports centers, 43 swimming pool complexes, 256 tennis courts, 294 squash courts, 25 sports grounds, four golf-driving ranges and two public riding schools. Works for seven other major projects are under way.

(SD-Agencies)

(This section is dedicated to the coming 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return and the 20th anniversary of Shenzhen Daily, which fall on the same day — July 1.)

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