The Singapore Sports Hub, which opened to the public in June 2014, is the first fully integrated and sustainable sports, leisure, entertainment and lifestyle project in Singapore.
SportsHub Pte Ltd (“SportsHub”) is a special purpose company which was granted the right by the Singapore Sports Council (rebranded as Sport Singapore) (“Sport Singapore”) to design, build, finance and operate the Singapore Sports Hub as a flagship project under the Singapore government’s PPP initiative and is currently the world’s largest sports infrastructure PPP project.
The Lions will take on Harimau Malaya on 26 March before facing the Philippines three days later, in their first international outings since the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2020 last December.
Prior to that, Malaysia will play the Philippines on 23 March in the first match of the Series. All three international ‘A’ matches will be played at the National Stadium, Singapore Sports Hub and kick off at 8pm.
A grand new legacy begins for Singapore when the city hosts the first-ever WTT Grand Smash from 7-20 March 2022. WTT Grand Smashes form the foundation of the WTT Series and the Singapore Smash will become the first of the four new pillars of professional table tennis.
Fans will be treated to two weeks of incredible knockout elimination table tennis action with singles, doubles and mixed doubles competitions, as players compete for USD2,000,000 in prize money, the largest ever seen at an officially sanctioned table tennis event.
Featuring a star-studded card filled with massive matchups, ONE Championship celebrates 10 years of incredible action this March at ONE X!