Serangoon Stadium is a 1,200-seat venue in Serangoon, Singapore, managed by Sport Singapore, an initiative formed by Singapore’s Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. The two-storey, medium-sized venue includes a stadium with a full-sized track around the field, an Olympic-sized pool, and gym with shower facilities, all open to the general public. The stadium features accessible seating, entrances, and parking for those with physical disabilities.Serangoon Stadium is easily accessible by bus from Serangoon MRT station.
Constructed in 1993, Serangoon Stadium opened in March 1994. Since then, the stadium has hosted athletic events, recreational programs, and even political rallies and speeches for the Workers’ Party Members of Parliament candidates.In 2011, the Workers’ Party won its first Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in the general election for the electoral district surrounding the stadium, the Aljunied GRC. The party also held its rallies for the 2015 general election at the stadium, with 40,000 people in attendance. Some of the academic institutions it is near are St Gabriel’s Secondary School and Zhonghua Secondary School.
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Serangoon Stadium has been home to the Football Association of Singapore (FAS)’s third Grassroots Football Training Centre since 2015. The centre is the base for the FAS Cubs Programme, which caters to children seven to 12 years of age and receives support from the government’s ActiveSG program to promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles among Singaporeans. Some refer to Serangoon Stadium as the top football stadium in the nation.The National Football League, Singapore Technical Academy — a football training school — and other sports teams, track and field athletes, and joggers also use the space regularly for their training sessions.
Serangoon Stadium is located at 33Yio Chu Kang Road, Serangoon.The stadium is located across the street from Serangoon Sports Centre and Serangoon Swimming Complex, the latter being one of the venues used by Singapore Swimming Academy. Nex shopping complex is also located nearby next to Serangoon Stadium.