Top 10 Sports Centres in Singapore

Singapore is one of the top 10 sporting nations in Asia, supporting extremely outstanding infrastructural facilities and focus for excellence. The central geographic location, diverse population and practices and favorable climatic conditions make Singapore the most preferred destination for sports. Besides, being a hot-spot of cultures, Singapore is accepting towards foreigners who migrate to Singapore in search of better training facilities and infrastructure.

The top 10 sports centers in Singapore are:

  1.Bishan Sports and Recreation center:
Bishan Sports hall is situated in the central part of Singapore and has been a venue for Singapore open Gymnastics Championship since the year 2004. The hall is a well-known training spot for Singapore’s national gymnastics team. Recently, the venue was used for gymnastics during the Summer Youth Olympic games 2010

2.Bedok Sports and Recreation Center:
Bedok stadium is home to Geylang United FC football team in S league. The venue is extremely popular among badminton players and footballers.  Also, the stadium is managed by Singapore sports council.

3.Bukit Gombak Stadium:
The stadium is just adjacent to the local MRT station and was home to Gombak United FC. The stadium has a capacity to accommodate three thousand people and was recently converted to centerof Excellence for the SAA (Singapore Athletic Association).

4.Choa Chu Kang Swimming Complex:
The complex was opened for public on May 1, 2001 and has ever since being serving as premium swimming coaching centre for adults as well as kids. The complex has a competition pool, wave pool, interactive pool, water slide, toddler’s pool, whirl pool and a spa. It has a seating gallery sufficient to accommodate 500 people at a time.

5.Clementi Stadium:
This is a multi-purpose stadium with a seating capacity of four thousand. It opened its gates for general public on April 1, 1983 and has been a home ground for Tanjong pagar United FC and Home United FC. Also, Reform Party chose Clementi Stadium as venue for carrying out rallies prior to Singaporean general Election.

6.Delta Sports Complex:
Delta Sports Complex is known for its public running track and artificial hockey turf. The hockey stadium has served as a home ground from for many renowned hockey teams.

7.Jalan Besar Stadium:
Jalan Besar stadium is the home ground for Yong Lions. The stadium was first opened to public on Boxing Day in the year 1929 and is considered as a birthplace of Singaporean version of football. Also, the sports centre is the official venue for S. League games.

8.Kalang Sports Hub:
This stadium is still under construction. Earlier this was the site where National Stadium was located. Later in 2011, it was demolished and now the same site has been used to build the Kalang Stadium.

9.Tampines Sports Hall:
The hall was opened for public in the year 1990 and is well known for its 8 lane running track and a football pitch. Presently, it is used for playing football matches.

10.Yishun Sports and Recreational Centre: The centre was opened to public on January 2, 1992 and has ever since been a popular karate championship venue. Yishun Centre has main stadium, soccer field, 8-lane running track and ClubFitt gym.

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