Sports Hub hosts series of events following new management; to feature Instagram-worthy installations, live performances

These activities will run till January 2023.

Nnurul Shakinah

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Published: 12 December 2022, 6:54 PM

A series of events and community activities will progressively be open to the public, to commemorate the official handover of the Singapore Sports Hub to the new entity, Kallang Alive Sport Management (KASM). 

According to a press release by Sport Singapore on Friday (Dec 9), Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law, Mr Edwin Tong, kicked off the events by officiating the Christmas light up at the OCBC Square, Singapore Sports Hub.

From Dec 14 to 18, football fans can catch screenings of World Cup matches at the OCBC square at Singapore Sports Hub.


There will also be bonus half-time entertainment, contests and more, for fans to look forward to. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB


To further engage the football fans, there will be a grand draw held on Dec 17 and 18. Prizes to be won include two pairs of flight tickets to Doha by Qatar Airways as well as a two-night stay at Raffles Doha (worth $12,000). 

The Adidas FIFA World Cup Official Match Ball: Journey Through Time exhibition, featuring all 14 Adidas Official Match Balls, will also be open to the public at the Singapore Sports Museum. 


This exhibit is open everyday from 10am onwards. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB


Those looking to take some pictures with Christmas backdrops can also do so at the Instagram-friendly Christmas installations on display from now till Dec 31, from 6pm to 10pm daily. 


Visitors can access these installations at the Waterfront @ Stadium Riverside Walk. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB


There will also be live acts by local artistes  including Jeff Ng, Arya Yunata and Trevor Wong at the Waterfront @ Stadium Riverside Walk on Dec 24, 25, 31 and Jan 1, 2023 from 6pm to 9pm. 

Fitness enthusiasts can also take part in Strong by Zumba, which will happen on Dec 17, 24 and 31 from 10am to 11am. 


This activity will combine high-intensity interval training with the science of Synced Music Motivation. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB


SportSG has also collaborated with the Basketball Association of Singapore (BAS), to bring the Sportshub 3X3 Basketball Cup. 


This is part of their efforts in engaging the basketball community, prior to the FIBA 3X3 Asia Cup 2023 that will take place at the Singapore Sports Hub in March 2023. PHOTO CREDIT: YOUTHOPIA/CEDRIC CHAN


This event will happen on Dec 13, 14, 15 and 17 at the OCBC Arena. 

An array of family-friendly activities is also organised. One such activity will be the Kallang Wonderland which is set to happen on Dec 17 and 18, from 10am to 8pm at the OCBC Square. 


The Kallang Wonderland will be filled with kid-friendly rides and carnival games. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB


The movement to enable and empower parents to play an active role in their child’s life and sporting journey, Active Parents, will also host the FunFam SportFest 2022, on Dec 17 at the OCBC Arena. 

Visitors can expect a full day of parent-child sporting activities, a dance fitness party and sports tryouts at the FunFam SportFest. 

Minister Edwin Tong also mentioned that he has “every confidence in the new team that has been formed, to build on the existing foundations and strengthen Singapore’s position as a destination of choice for major international events.”

He also hopes that these new initiatives by the new team will “create a more vibrant community space that Singaporeans can identify with and feel for.”  

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