Sham Shui Po Sports Ground

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Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
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Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
Address3 Hing Wah Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°20′13″N114°09′08″E / 22.337068°N 114.152142°E / 22.337068; 114.152142 Coordinates: 22°20′13″N114°09′08″E / 22.337068°N 114.152142°E / 22.337068; 114.152142
Public transit      Cheung Sha Wan station
Owner Hong Kong Government
Operator Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Capacity 2,194
Record attendance2,185 (Sham Shui Po vs South China, 18 September 2011)
Field size101 x 65 metres (111 x 71 yards)
SurfaceGrass
Opened9 January 1988;33 years ago (1988-01-09)
Tenants
Happy Valley (2020–)
Lee Man (2019–2020)
Hoi King (2018-2019)
Rangers (2009–15, 2017-2018)
Sham Shui Po (2011–12)

Sham Shui Po Sports Ground (Chinese :深水埗運動場) is public sports ground located in Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It opened on 9 January 1988.

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Facilities

Football

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

In the 2011–12 Hong Kong First Division League season, Sham Shui Po uses the sports ground for all its home matches. On 18 September 2011, the sports ground registered its first ever full house for a Hong Kong First Division League match, but Sham Shui Po was defeated by visitors South China by 0-2. [2]

In 2017-18, Rangers moved their home matches back to Sham Shui Po Sports Ground.

The following season, due to Rangers' relegation, Hoi King became the new tenant of the ground.

In 2019-20, due to Eastern's selection of Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground as their home stadium, Lee Man moved to Sham Shui Po Sports Ground. [3]

1999 Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon

In 1999, the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon started in Central District on Hong Kong Island on Chater Road and finished at Sham Shui Po Sports Ground. [4]

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References

  1. (in Chinese) 2009/10賽季各球會主場
  2. (in Chinese) 南華、傑志開齋冇霸氣 Apple Daily. 19 September 2011.
  3. "致各位球迷". Facebook. Retrieved 22 July 2019.(in Chinese)
  4. Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon Event History Archived 2009-04-14 at the Wayback Machine