• The “Pearl of the Orient” themed Main Stadium with a retractable roof and a flexible pitch surface that can host a wide range of international, regional and local events under any weather.

  • The Main Arena of the Indoor Sports Centre can host events of up to 10,000 spectators.

  • With the use of different arena overlay floor surfaces and removable spectator seating system, the Indoor Sports Centre can be configured for different sports activities.

  • The Sports Avenue that runs through the entire Sports Park from Station Square to Dining Cove.

  • A Public Sports Ground with a seating capacity of 5,000, suitable for hosting school sports days, athletics meets, local football and rugby matches, as well as team and athlete training sessions.

  • The Dining Cove which overlooks the Victoria Harbour will offer a diverse range of food and beverage options.

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Kai Tak Sports Park is designed to be one of the world’s leading integrated sports, leisure and entertainment destination. The Sports Park consists of three major sports venues: a 50,000-seat Main Stadium designed to host major international sports events; a multi-purpose Indoor Sports Centre that can be customised for both events and community sports use; and a thoughtfully designed Public Sports Ground, suitable for hosting school sports days, athletics meets, local football and rugby matches. The Sports Park also offers more than 8 hectares of open space for the enjoyment of the community. The open spaces include a Neighbourhood Park that offer ball courts, a jogging trail, a children playground and a lawn for the public and families to spend leisure time.

Green Features

Community Aspects

  • The Sports Park will provide world class sports and recreational facilities to the public.
  • The Sports Park is being built on the northern apron of the former Kai Tak International Airport; a site with substantial historical importance to the people of Hong Kong.
  • The Sports Park will encourage sustainable living by incorporating neighbourhood and functional amenities, such as provision of free and publicly accessible space, recycling bins and solar PV panels.

Site Aspects

  • A large landscaped open space will be provided with convenient and shaded pedestrian access for public use.
  • Pedestrian-oriented transport planning measures will be included with easy access to public transport and nearby pedestrian network.

Materials and Waste Aspects

  • On-site waste management facilities and dedicated personnel have been provided to manage waste processing.

Energy Aspects

  • Optimisation of the wind environment has been achieved according to the wind environment study.
  • The Sports Park will connect to the Kai Tak District Cooling System which will provide a reliable and efficient supply of cooling.
  • On-site renewable energy system will be installed to offset at least 0.5% of the estimated annual total building energy consumption.

Water Aspects

  • Over 30% of the Sports Park will be covered with soft landscape, with plants that are adaptive to different growing environment and planting design, in order to minimise watering and maintenance.
  • 25% of the total irrigation demand will be met through recycled rainwater.

Outdoor Environmental Quality

  • All buildings are designed with improved ventilation and green features to reduce urban heat island effect.
  • The Vertical Daylight Factor (VDF) at sensitive receivers in a Neighbourhood Daylight Access Study were determined to be greater than 12%, which ensure the appropriate daylight access to the surroundings after the Sports Park completion.

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