A model of the Kai Tak Sports Park, which covers 28 hectares and boasts a 50,000-seat main stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground. Photo: Sam Tsang A model of the Kai Tak Sports Park, which covers 28 hectares and boasts a 50,000-seat main stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground. Photo: Sam Tsang
A model of the Kai Tak Sports Park, which covers 28 hectares and boasts a 50,000-seat main stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground. Photo: Sam Tsang

Kai Tak Sports Park progress ‘adversely affected’ by Covid-19 but back on track for 2023 opening

  • Home Affairs Bureau says construction of the HK$32 billion project delayed this year in relation to prefabricated production outside Hong Kong
  • The 28-hectare Kai Tak Sports Park will feature a 50,000-seater main stadium, 10,000-capacity indoor centre and 5,000-seater sports ground

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
A model of the Kai Tak Sports Park, which covers 28 hectares and boasts a 50,000-seat main stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground. Photo: Sam Tsang A model of the Kai Tak Sports Park, which covers 28 hectares and boasts a 50,000-seat main stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground. Photo: Sam Tsang
A model of the Kai Tak Sports Park, which covers 28 hectares and boasts a 50,000-seat main stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground. Photo: Sam Tsang
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