Sha Tin Sports Ground

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Sha Tin Sports Ground
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Shatin Sports Ground
Sha Tin Sports Ground
Location18 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong   Flag of Hong Kong.svg
Owner Hong Kong Government
Capacity 5,000
Surface Grass
Construction
Broke ground1983;38 years ago (1983)
OpenedJanuary 1984;37 years ago (1984-01)
Tenants
Shatin Sports Association

Sha Tin Sports Ground is a multi-use stadium at 18 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong. It is adjacent to the Shing Mun River. It is currently used mostly for football matches by Shatin Sports Association. The stadium holds 5,000.

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Hong Kong First Division League

Shatin will use the sports ground as the home stadium in the 200910 season. [1]

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Coordinates: 22°23′14″N114°11′49″E / 22.38722°N 114.19694°E / 22.38722; 114.19694