Sports park task force meets

June 14, 2024

The inter-departmental Task Force on Kai Tak Sports Park (KTSP), chaired by Chief Secretary Chan Kwok-ki, convened the first meeting today to co-ordinate the relevant bureaus and departments in implementing the preparatory work for the completion and commissioning of the KTSP.

The meeting discussed three areas: ensuring the timely completion of the construction of the KSTP; maximising the economic benefits of the park; and providing the necessary ancillary support such as crowd management and traffic arrangements to ensure it creates a diverse, quality experience for visitors upon commissioning.

Noting that the KTSP is the largest sports infrastructure project in Hong Kong's history, Mr Chan said it will provide modern and multi-purpose sports and recreation facilities, which are of great significance not only to sports but also to the city’s mega-event economy.


“I will lead the task force to work in collaboration with all stakeholders in these three areas to ensure the successful completion and commissioning of the park, thereby consolidating and enhancing Hong Kong's strategic positioning as an events capital,” the Chief Secretary noted.

Construction of the KTSP began in February 2019. The main structure of the Public Sports Ground, the Indoor Sports Centre and the Main Stadium have been largely completed.


According to construction progress, the park's major facilities will be completed by the end of this year. Upon the successful implementation of test events and satisfactory completion of testing procedures, it will open in the first half of 2025.

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