Yongchuan Sports Center
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Yongchuan Sports Center
Yongchuan Sports Center
Full name
(China, Chongqing city, Yongchuan Physical Training Center)
LocationYongchuan, Chongqing, China
Coordinates29°20?45?N 105°56?1?E / 29.34583°N 105.93361°E / 29.34583; 105.93361Coordinates: 29°20?45?N 105°56?1?E / 29.34583°N 105.93361°E / 29.34583; 105.93361
OwnerCity of Chongqing
Operator Chongqing City Physical Training Office
Acreage19.47 hectares
Surfacenatural grass
Built2007 (main stadium)
OpenedDecember, 2007 (main stadium)
Construction cost139 million yuan
Structural engineerChongqing Vister Construction Engineering Technology Company
General contractorChongqing Vister Construction Engineering Technology Company

Yongchuang Sports Center (simplified Chinese?) is a multi-sports facility located in Yongchuan District of Chongqing Municipality in China. The multi-purpose main stadium, Yongchuan Stadium, has a natural grass surface for association football, with a standard running track around it. The sports center includes a standard swimming pool with 500 seats gallery, six tennis courts, six basketball courts, four gateball courts and related facilities. The site covers an area of 19.47 hectares and the total cost was 139 million yuan.[1] Expansion is planned for 10 badminton courts.[2]


The main stadium was engineered and built by Chongqing Vister Construction Engineering Technology Company; construction was completed in 2007.

The main stadium is built with mild steel and color sheets supported by truss frame. It is protected from the weather by anti-corrosion and paint. Total area of main stadium is 23,000 square meters.

Recent events

Events held at the Yongchuan Stadium:


  1. ^ " (Yongchuan Sports center -- chinese language)". YongChuan, Chongqing Government. Archived from the original on October 12, 2013.
  2. ^ " (Yongchuan District planning construction of badminton courts at Sports Center -- chinese language)". ycw.gov.cn.

External links

Stadium during construction, 2007.

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