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Update your calendar with a slew of brand new offerings at Singapore Sports Hub from the month of March. Underwater, on land, ringside – if you want it, we’ve got it!
By Singapore Sports Hub

  • World Table Tennis Grand Smash @ OCBC Arena
  • ONE X @ Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • Junior Playcation Urban Camp @ 100PLUS Promenade
  • Learn to Dive and Artistic Swimming Programmes @ OCBC Aquatic Centre

Singapore, 4 March 2022 – Update your calendar with a slew of brand new offerings at Singapore Sports Hub from the month of March. Underwater, on land, ringside – if you want it, we’ve got it!

Have a SMASHING Good Time at the Inaugural World Table Tennis (WTT) Grand Smash at OCBC Arena

Feng Tian Wei at the first World Table Tennis Cup Finals in 2021, held in OCBC Arena

The world's biggest table tennis tournament comes to Singapore! The inaugural WTT Grand Smash, Singapore Smash, will be happening at OCBC Arena from 7-20 March! Come on over to watch top international players like Fan Zhendong, Sun Yingsha and more smash it out, for a prize pool of US$2million (S$2.7million).

Ticketing details here.

Super Big Action and Super-Fights at ONE Championship’s 10-Year Anniversary Show

Get ready, Singapore! ONE Championship celebrates 10 years of incredible action at its biggest-ever show, ONE X, on Saturday, 26 March, at Singapore Indoor Stadium.

An explosive collection of Muay Thai, kickboxing, submission grappling and MMA contests will be held at Singapore Indoor Stadium, including multiple World Championship bouts and a Special Rules Super-Fight between legends.

Watch ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee defend her belt against Stamp Fairtex in the main event, MMA icon Demetrious Johnson and Muay Thai superstar Rodtang Jitmuangnon lock horns in a mixed-rules bout, and much more.

Fans can buy tickets here for this exciting, once-in-a-lifetime event.

Get Your Heart Rates Up as You Dash through a Day of Fun

Our Junior Playcation Urban Camp at 100PLUS Promenade will be happening this March and Easter Holidays! Children between the ages of 5 and 10 can expect an action-packed day of sports (how does tennis, tag rugby or basketball sound?), upcycling crafts, and strategy (such as Human Tic Tac Toe and Amazing Race). Feeling peckish during this day of fun? Not to worry. Lunch and snacks will be provided to keep your little ones going!

Receive a complimentary Camp Kit that includes a limited-edition T-shirt, water bottle and tote bag upon registration, and a medal and Certificate of Participation upon completion.

Find out more here.

Make a Splash at OCBC Aquatic Centre

Watch this video here to learn more about our new aquatic programmes

Want to take your underwater skills to the next level? Partnering with Torpedo Swim School, Singapore Sports Hub has launched its FIRST diving and artistic swimming programmes - helmed by highly qualified professionals - in OCBC Aquatic Centre.

The Learn to Dive programme is designed by Orla Gilmore, Singapore’s Youth Olympics Team Coach. Expect to jump right into the basics of diving into shallow water, by the poolside and from the one-metre springboard! Children 6 years old and above will be instructed by certified diving coaches and will learn basic diving skills before advancing to twists, somersaults and diving from the 5-metre platform!

Did you know that artistic swimming used to be known as ‘synchronised swimming’? It develops your creativity and flexibility as artistic swimmers can tweak and even choreograph their own routines. The Artistic Swimming programme is led by Head Coach Crystal Yap, who clinched Singapore’s first Southeast Asian Games Artistic Swimming gold medal in 2015. Children between 8 and 13 years old will pick up basic skills such as sculling, egg beater, and rhythm and counting, before progressing to an artistic routine.

Find out more about Singapore Sports Hub’s swim programmes here.

There’s So March Fun at Kallang Wave Mall

Don’t worry about running out of activities during the March holidays. We’ve got everything covered at Kallang Wave Mall! Free 2-hour weekday parking, food, fun, fellowship - we’ve got it all, and as a bonus, from 14-27 March, spend a minimum of $80 ($120 at FairPrice Xtra) to redeem 1 Play Pass for a session of to four choice at either ZOOMOOV, O-Ride Singapore Mini Segway Tours, Paco Funworld, Petite Tayo KidsClub, MuzArt Learning Centre, Han Taekwondo or The Musical Fairy. Additionally, you can get 3 Lucky Claw credits to grab yourself attractive prizes!

Terms and conditions apply. Find out more here.

All visual assets can be downloaded here. Do note that all programmes and activities are conducted in accordance with government guidelines and safe management measures. Patrons can check the announcements page for the latest information on safe management measures at our venues, facilities and activities.


Isabella Wong
Associate, Mutant Communications

Gerri Kwan
Assistant Director, Communications, Singapore Sports Hub


The Singapore Sports Hub is a fully integrated sports, entertainment and lifestyle hub, with programming that comprises world-class recreational and competitive events, as well as community events, to serve children, youth, working adults, seniors, families, and less privileged population segments in Singapore and tourism sectors. Consisting of a unique cluster development of world-class sports facilities within the city, it plays a critical role in accelerating the development of Singapore’s sports industry, excellence and participation. Its vision is to be the region’s premier sports, entertainment and lifestyle destination.

Located on a 35-hectare site in Kallang, the Singapore Sports Hub includes the following facilities:

  • A new 55,000-capacity National Stadium with a retractable roof and movable tiered seating
  • The iconic Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • A 6,000-capacity OCBC Aquatic Centre that meets FINA standards
  • A 3,000-capacity OCBC Arena which is scalable and flexible in layout
  • Water Sports Centre featuring kayaking and canoeing
  • 41,000 sqm Kallang Wave Mall, including indoor climbing wall and Splash-N-Surf facility (Kids Waterpark, Stingray and Lazy River)
  • 100PLUS Promenade that encircles the National Stadium
  • Singapore Youth Olympic Museum & Singapore Sports Museum
  • Sports Hub Library
  • Shimano Cycling World
  • Daily community facilities and activities, including beach volleyball, hard courts (futsal, basketball and netball) lawn bowls, giant chess, skate park and running & cycling paths.

The Singapore Sports Hub, which is managed by SportsHub Pte Ltd, is one of the largest sporting Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects in the world. It is also Singapore's largest flagship PPP project of this nature and has won the Project Finance International (PFI) award in London in 2011, World Architecture Festival Awards for Best Future Project in the leisure-led development category in 2013 and Sports Building of the Year in 2014.

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