A render of the Kai Tak Sports Park’s main stadium, which will replace Hong Kong Stadium in Happy Valley as the venue for a number of sporting events.
A render of the Kai Tak Sports Park’s main stadium, which will replace Hong Kong Stadium in Happy Valley as the venue for a number of sporting events.

How Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Sports Park aims to be part of people’s daily lives, rather than just a place for major events

  • An architect behind the project, slated for completion in 2024, describes it as a kind of neighbourhood, catering to the local community as well as visitors
  • The sports park will host the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, major soccer matches, concerts, and other sports and entertainment events

A render of the Kai Tak Sports Park’s main stadium, which will replace Hong Kong Stadium in Happy Valley as the venue for a number of sporting events.
A render of the Kai Tak Sports Park’s main stadium, which will replace Hong Kong Stadium in Happy Valley as the venue for a number of sporting events.
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