Tsing Yi Sports Ground

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Tsing Yi Sports Ground
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Tsing Yi Sports Ground
Location51 Tsing King Road, Tsing Yi, Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°21′22″N114°06′27″E / 22.356139°N 114.107479°E / 22.356139; 114.107479 Coordinates: 22°21′22″N114°06′27″E / 22.356139°N 114.107479°E / 22.356139; 114.107479
Public transit           Tsing Yi station
Owner Hong Kong Government
Operator Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Capacity 1,500
Field size102 x 65 metres (111 x 71 yards)
Opened26 October 1996;25 years ago (1996-10-26)
Renovated2007;15 years ago (2007)
Resources Capital (2020–)
Dreams (2017–19)
Rangers (2000-01, 2011-12, 2016-17)
Citizen (2013-14)
Sun Hei (2009-11, 2013-14)
Tuen Mun (2009)

Tsing Yi Sports Ground (Chinese :青衣運動場) is a sports ground in Tsing Yi, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is located near the east coast of the island, between Tivoli Garden and Tsing Yi Swimming Pool. It is the home of Hong Kong Premier League club Resources Capital.


The stadium consists of a Tartan track and a football pitch.

Opening hours

6:15 am to 10:30 pm every day. [1] The pitch is closed for maintenance every Wednesday, however the track remains open for public use.

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