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Hong Kong's biggest ever investment in sport - Kai Tak Sports Park

The public engagement exercise for the Kai Tak Sports Park ended today. We intend to seek funding approval from the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council next year for the main works of the Park.

With a site area of about 28 hectares and construction cost amounting to tens of billions of dollars, the Park will be the largest sports infrastructure project ever commissioned in Hong Kong. It will provide multi-purpose sports venues for hosting major international sports events, giving our athletes more opportunities to compete at home with players from other parts of the world. It will also provide many facilities for use by professional athletes, sports lovers and members of the public.

Key sports facilities of the Park will include a main stadium with a seating capacity of around 50 000 for hosting major sports events, leisure and entertainment events and for other uses; a public sports ground - which will be open for the public to jog, exercise and play football during non-event days - with a seating capacity of around 5 000 suitable for hosting school athletics events, athletics training and local football matches; and an indoor sports arena with a seating capacity of around 7 000 for sports events as well as community badminton, basketball, volleyball and other indoor sports activities. The Park will also provide a landscaped park of more than 7 hectares for the public to relax or enjoy outdoor exercise. Facilities including a children's playground, a fitness area, a jogging track, a cycling track and outdoor sports courts will be constructed.

The construction of the Park underlines the importance that the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and I attach to the sports sector and the promotion of sports in the community.

Location Map and Master Layout Plan of Kai Tak Sports Park (1)   Location Map and Master Layout Plan of Kai Tak Sports Park (2)
Location Map and Master Layout Plan of Kai Tak Sports Park (1)   Location Map and Master Layout Plan of Kai Tak Sports Park (2)

July 19, 2016