Singapore Sports Hub marked its first day under the new management with a series of events and community activities that will run through January 2023 to commemorate the official handover of the Singapore Sports Hub to the new entity, Kallang Alive Sport Management Co Pte Ltd (KASM).
Mr Edwin Tong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law, who officiated the Christmas light up at the OCBC Square, Singapore Sports Hub said, “We are very happy today, that we can celebrate a new chapter of the Singapore Sports Hub with our community and partners. This sporting and lifestyle facility is for all of us in Singapore, we will have activities and programs at this iconic Hub, which can bring the community together. I have 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, and more importantly, create a more vibrant community space that Singaporeans can identify with and feel for.”
KASM is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kallang Alive Holding Co Pte Ltd which is incorporated by Sport Singapore. It is established to manage the Singapore Sports Hub, which aims to bring to life Singapore’s vision of the Singapore Sports Hub as a national icon. It will provide greater access to the broader community through inclusive programming and expand the Singapore Sports Hub’s breadth and quality of world-class events. KASM will also enable the integration of Singapore Sports Hub facilities with the rest of the Kallang Alive precinct to deliver a seamless experience for Singaporeans and all visitors.
Visit https://change.sportshub.com.sg/ to keep up to date with the events line-up.
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