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5 June, 8 pm Opening Ceremony of the 28th SEA Games Singapore 2015. After 22 years, the SEA Games is back in Singapore at a brand new National Stadium, with a parade of the best Southeast Asian athletes, lightning of the cauldron and special performances. Subscribe to http://youtube.com/SingaporeSports/live or download our free SEA Games TV app for live broadcast of 28th SEA Games Singapore 2015. iOS Devices: http://apple.co/1IIDrIr Android Devices: http://bitly.com/1INiNVQ
A spectator’s point of view of the first ever football (soccer) match held at the new Singapore National Stadium, where Juventus beat a Singapore Selection side 5-0 in a friendly match. Andrea Pirlo scored the first 2 goals to lead Juventus to a comfortable win over a poor Singapore side, which includes a sweet volley from outside the box by Sebastian Giovinco. Nonetheless, the fans had a great time soaking in the party atmosphere at the brand new stadium in Singapore’s Sports Hub on 16 Aug 2014.
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From Stadium to Sports Hub shows how the National Stadium has transformed into today’s Sports Hub, encapsulating the shared experiences of Singaporeans past, present and future. Featuring voiceovers from leaders instrumental to the development of the National Stadium, key Sportsmen of Singapore and everyday Singaporeans, it highlights the living space that the Sports Hub is, to provide for a wide spectrum of Sports and its spirit of inclusivity in catering for various lifestyle and leisure events. It raises a sense of National pride and identity, with the Sports Hub catapulting Singapore’s Sports achievements into the future. Up and coming young athlete Shanti Pereira is one of the Sportsmen featured in this video. The athlete is studying Sports and Leisure Management under a special pr...
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TODAY took a guided tour through the "back of house" areas of the new National Stadium at the Singapore Sports Hub, where we took a peek at the players' dressing room ahead of the Singapore Selection vs Juventus match on Aug 16, 2014. We got Singapore Selection coaches Fandi Ahmad and Aide Iskandar, and defender Baihakki Khaizan were also at the pitch to get ready for training. Video: Alvin Chong Preview photo: Ernest Chua
The Singapore National Stadium had its first test when it hosted the Rugby World Club 10s. While most of the amenities were pleasing, the pitch didn't quite live up to its promise. Find out why on our special report. On the 24th of June 2014, Singapore Sports Hub Senior Director Stadia Gregory Gillin sent us this statement. "We were pleased to host the Rugby World Club 10s at the National Stadium over the weekend, where response from players and audiences have been largely positive. Considering the playing surface was just over two weeks old prior to the tournament there was an expectation of significant wear as a result of more than 16 hours of offensive, full contact rugby that took place over two days of competition and a further two days of training for all teams. It however did not ...
National Stadium, Singapore.. The National Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium, located in Kallang, Singapore. It opened its doors on 30 June 2014, replacing the former National Stadium at the same site, which was closed in 2007 and demolished in 2010. The stadium features a domed roof structure with a retractable roof and configurable seating on the lowest tier to make it the only stadium in the world that is custom designed to host football, rugby, cricket and athletics events. It is also the worlds largest retractable dome.The lowest tier has mechanised and automated retractable seating configurations, allowing the stadium to host concerts and other entertainment purposes at any given point of time. It takes approximately 48 hours to reconfigure seating arrangements to suit an upcoming ...
AN AMAZING FLOATING FOOTBALL STADIUM The Float@Marina Bay is the world's largest floating stage. It is located on the waters of the Marina Reservoir, in Marina Bay, Singapore. Made entirely of steel, the floating platform on Marina Bay measures 120 meters long and 83 meters wide, which is 5% larger than the soccer field at the National Stadium. More Details : http://www.vijaybisht.in/2013/05/an-amazing-floating-football-stadium.html
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