The Singapore Sports Hub is a state-of-the-art, fully integrated sports, entertainment and lifestyle hub. Aside from its premier status as the region’s destination of choice for world-class events, it also supports Singapore’s Vision 2030 sports masterplan to forge and bond communities through sports, and ensure sports are inclusive, accessible and affordable to all.
Please note the OCBC Aquatic Centre will be closed for an event on the following dates:
2 - 4 August 2019
Getactive! Singapore 2019
10 - 18 August 2019
FINA Swimming World Cup 2019
SPORTS HUB VENUE CLOSURES
Please note the Water Sports Centre will be closed for an event on the following dates:
1 - 5 August 2019
Pesta Sukan Dragon Boat 2019
LIFT MAINTENANCE AT THE SINGAPORE INDOOR STADIUM
17 June 2019 - 31 October 2019
Level 1 under the East bridge
Heading to an event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium? Please note that Lift 4 located at Level 1 under the East bridge will be undergoing maintenance from 17 June 2019 to 31 October 2019. Signage is put in place along the linkway to direct you to the nearest lift service going to Singapore Indoor Stadium Level 2.
TEMPORARY PAUSE IN PROGRAMME: FLEX REVOLUTION
From 30 May 2019
Flex Revolution will be taking a temporary pause from 30 May 2019 onwards as we make enhancements to the programme. We are proud of the fitness goals achieved through the programme, and the friendships made during the sessions in the last three months.
Stay tuned to our website and follow us on Flex Revolution Instagram (@flex_revolution), for more information on the next season of the programme.
Thank you for your support and interest in Flex Revolution.
CLOSURE OF CARPARK 5
From 24 June 2019
A section of Carpark 5 at Kallang Leisure Park will be permanently closed with effect from 24 June 2019, Monday. Alternative parking options are still available around Singapore Sports Hub. We strongly recommend leaving your car at home and taking public transport via bus or MRT if you are attending an upcoming event here.
Planning a trip to the Sports Hub? Join us for a weekend of fun with friends and family at the Singapore Sports Hub, where Singapore comes to PLAY! There are activities going on in and around the vicinity of Sports Hub such as National Day Parade 2019.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Personal Data Protection team at email@example.com.
SPORTS HUB VENUE CLOSURES
Please note the following facilities in OCBC Arena are unavailable on the following dates:
Hall 1 (Basketball)
19 July 2019 (12PM - 5PM): SCP (Football Clinic)
20 July 2019 (3PM - 7PM): Ablaze Sports Championships
29 - 30 July 2019: Corporate Event
Hall 2 (Badminton)
31 July - 11 Aug 2019: GetActive! Singapore 2019
Hall 3 (Netball)
26 July 2019 (12PM - 5PM): Unilever Teambuilding Event
ENHANCED SECURITY MEASURES AT SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB
Additional security measures have been implemented at the Singapore Sports Hub to be in compliance with the current licensing requirements for events. As these measures are expected to significantly increase the time taken to gain entry into events at the National Stadium and Singapore Indoor Stadium, we would like to encourage all patrons to:
• Arrive at least 1 hour before event start time • For quick security clearance, bring only what you need • To reduce queuing time, there are ‘Express Lanes’ for those without bags • Bags exceeding 35cm x 20cm x 30cm will not be allowed into the venue
We seek your understanding for the enhanced security measures, in the interest of everyone’s safety.
POLICE ADVISORY ON ONLINE PURCHASE SCAMS INVOLVING TICKET SALES
In 2017, there were at least 120 reports of online purchase scams involving the sale of concert tickets. The victims received fake, invalid tickets or did not receive the tickets after payments were made.
The public are advised on the following: • Don’t be impulsive – Be wary of online advertisements of concert/show tickets at cheap prices that sound too good to be true! Do not buy on impulse. • Don’t believe – Scammers may use a local bank account or provide a copy of a NRIC/driver’s licence to make you believe that they are genuine sellers. Do not fall for it! • Purchase tickets only from authorised sellers as far as possible.
To seek scam-related advice, you may call the National Crime Prevention Council’s anti-scam helpline at 1800-722-6688 or go to www.scamalert.sg. Reminder: No refunds will be made to any ticket purchase from non-authorised points of sale