|Location||Tin Shui Wai, New Territories, Hong Kong|
|Public transit||Tin Wu Stop|
|Owner||Leisure and Cultural Services Department|
|Opened||1 April 1994|
| Yuen Long |
TSW Pegasus (Training)
Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground is a multi-use sports ground at 2 Tin Shui Road, Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long, Hong Kong. It has a grass football field and a 400m running track.
Tin Shui Wai New Town is in the northwestern New Territories of Hong Kong. Originally a gei wai fish pond area, it was developed in the 1980s as the second new town in Yuen Long District and the eighth in Hong Kong. It is 25 kilometres due northwest of Central, Victoria, Hong Kong on land reclaimed from low-lying areas south of Deep Bay, next to historic Ping Shan. As of 2014, the new town had a population of 292,000, while the total projected population for when the town is fully built-out is about 306,000.
Yuen Long, formerly romanised as Un Long, is an area and town on the Yuen Long Plain located in the western New Territories, Hong Kong. To its west lie Hung Shui Kiu (洪水橋), Tin Shui Wai, Lau Fau Shan and Ha Tsuen, to the south Shap Pat Heung and Tai Tong, to the east Au Tau and Kam Tin (錦田), and to the north Nam Sang Wai.
Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and commonly abbreviated as HK, is a special administrative region on the eastern side of the Pearl River estuary in southern China. With over 7.4 million people of various nationalities in a 1,104-square-kilometre (426 sq mi) territory, Hong Kong is the world's fourth most densely populated region.
It will be used by TSW Pegasus as its main training ground during the 2008-09 Hong Kong First Division League season.
The Hong Kong First Division League is the second-highest division in the Hong Kong football league system. Established in 1908, it is the oldest in Asia. The league was formerly the highest division in Hong Kong until the formation of the Hong Kong Premier League in 2014.
Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground was commissioned on 1 April 1994.An opening ceremony was held by Cheung Yan-lung, chairman of the Regional Council, on 24 September 1994. It has been under the management of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department since the Provisional Regional Council was disbanded at the end of the millennium.
Benton Cheung Yan-lung, CBE, OStJ, JP is a Hong Kong businessman and politician with New Territories rural background. He was a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong from 1981 to 1991 and chairman of the Regional Council of Hong Kong and New Territories Heung Yee Kuk.
The Regional Council was a municipal council in Hong Kong responsible for municipal services in the New Territories. Its services were provided by the Regional Services Department, the executive arm of the Regional Council. Its headquarters were located near Sha Tin Station.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department, is a department in the Government of Hong Kong. It reports to the Home Affairs Bureau, headed by the Secretary for Home Affairs. It provides leisure and cultural activities for the people of Hong Kong, which was also one of the tasks of the former Urban Council, and Regional Council and Home Affairs Bureau. It manages various public facilities around Hong Kong including public libraries, swimming pools, and sports centres. The well-known Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Hong Kong Space Museum are among several museums also managed by the department. It was established in 2000 and its headquarters is in Shatin, New Territories.
Yuen Long District is one of the districts of Hong Kong. Located in the northwest of the New Territories, it had a population of 449,070 in 2001. The district has the youngest population of Hong Kong.
Sha Tin Town Hall is a town hall at the town centre of the Sha Tin District in Hong Kong. It is located near the Sha Tin Park and the New Town Plaza. It is part of the podium complex which includes the Sha Tin Town Hall, Sha Tin Public Library and the Sha Tin Marriage Registry.
Tai Wai is an area in the New Territories of Hong Kong, located between Sha Tin New Town and the Lion Rock. It is the largest part of the Sha Tin District.
Mong Kok Stadium is a stadium in Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. With a capacity of 6,769, it hosts Hong Kong Premier League football matches, with Kitchee and Eastern currently ground-sharing the venue. The stadium is currently run by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong.
Tsing Yi Swimming Pool is a public swimming pool on Tsing Yi Island, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is near the east shore of the island, between Maritime Square and Tsing Yi Sports Ground. Currently it is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong Government.
Wan Chai Sports Ground is a stadium in Wan Chai North, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, with a seating capacity of 2,401. It is a government-run sports ground primarily used by local schools for sports days and other athletic activities. Situated by the Victoria Harbour, it is at a convenient location next to Hong Kong's Central business district, Wan Chai, and the shopping district of Causeway Bay.
Yuen Long Park, formerly called Yuen Long Town Park, is located in Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Sha Tin Sports Ground is a multi-use stadium at 18 Yuen Wo Road, Shatin, 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.
Ma On Shan is a new town along the eastern coast of Tolo Harbour in the New Territories of Hong Kong. Although it was initially an extension of Sha Tin New Town, it has its own town centre and various government facilities, and is now classified as a separate new town in government reports. Administratively, it belongs to Sha Tin District.
Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground is a multi-use stadium in Hong Kong. It is operated by Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 2,500.
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Tin Tsz is an MTR Light Rail stop. It is located at ground level near the Tin Shing Road, near Tin Tsz Estate, in Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long District, Hong Kong. It began service on 7 December 2003 and belongs to Zone 4 of single-ride tickets. It serves Tin Tsz Estate, Tin Lai Court, and Tin Yau Court.
Wetland Park is an MTR Light Rail stop. It is located at ground level beside Wetland Park Road, between Hong Kong Wetland Park and Grandeur Terrace, in Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long District. It began service on 7 December 2003 and belongs to Zone 5A.
Tin Heng is an MTR Light Rail stop. It is at ground level of Tin Shui Road near Tin Heng Estate, in Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long District, Hong Kong. It began service on 7 December 2003 and belongs to Zone 5A.
YOHO Town is one of the largest private housing estates and shopping centres in Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong. It was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties.
North District Sports Ground is a multi-purpose sports ground located at 26 Tin Ping Road, Sheung Shui, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong.
Mei Lam Estate is a public housing estate in Tai Wai, Sha Tin District, New Territories, Hong Kong, located on both sides of Tai Wai Nullah and near Mei Chung Court, May Shing Court and the Shing Mun Tunnels.
Public swimming pools in Hong Kong are managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). There are 44 public swimming pools in Hong Kong; 9 in Hong Kong Island, 13 in Kowloon, and 22 in the New Territories. LCSD manages public swimming pools according to Law of Hong Kong Chapter 132 sections 42 to 45.
Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai Public Library is a public library within the Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai Leisure and Cultural Building, 1 Tsui Sing Road, Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong.
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