You asked: Who built Singapore Stadium?

The Singapore Indoor Stadium was officially opened in December 1989 by then Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. Designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, the structure featured a cone-shaped roof modelled after that of a Shinto temple and was built at a cost of $90 million.

Who built Singapore National Stadium?

National Stadium, Singapore

Construction
Broke ground 29 September 2010
Opened 30 June 2014
Construction cost S$1.87 billion
Architect Arup Associates (Sports venues), DP Architects (Non-sport venues, QP), AECOM (landscape)

Why was the National Stadium built?

After Singapore gained independence in 1965, then Minister for Culture and Social Affairs Othman Wok argued in parliament for an Olympic-standard stadium to be built in the country. … The first major event held at the National Stadium was the 7th Southeast Asian Peninsular Games in September 1973.

How much does it cost to rent inside Singapore Stadium?

A one-night rental of the Singapore Indoor Stadium averages $100,000, and apart from outdoor venues like Fort Canning, we simply “do not have enough venues to play with,” he says.

Who owns SportsHub?

Singapore Sports Hub

Operator SportsHub Pte Ltd
Capacity National Stadium: 55,000 Singapore Indoor Stadium: 12,000 OCBC Aquatic Centre: 6,000 OCBC Arena: 3,000 41,000 square metres of commercial pace and supporting leisure and commercial developments.
Construction
Broke ground 29 September 2010

What is Sportshub?

Sports Hub Video is an online platform that brings you video only content. In an era of sport that offers non-stop action and coverage on a daily basis, it is easy to miss a goal, knockout, backhand, photo-finish, press conference or personal best.

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How many halls are there in OCBC Arena?

The OCBC Arena is made up of six indoor sport halls, designed for multi-purpose usage that includes public usage and elite athlete training.

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