The National Stadium
Unveiled in June 2014, the new National Stadium at Kallang is a state-of-the-art arena that boasts a retractable seating capacity of 55,000 and breathtaking views of the Singapore city skyline and waterfront. Located a short distance from the Singapore CBD and Changi International Airport, the stadium is the ideal venue for international sporting spectaculars, family entertainment shows, national and community events. The stadium’s telescopic roof and localised comfort cooling technology has raised the bar for environmentally-sustainable stadium design. Athletes, artists and audiences – all enjoy a uniquely comfortable atmosphere in which to entertain and be entertained!
National Stadium map
Every game needs an electric atmosphere. A place where fans from across the globe can come and experience the sport in all its majesty. An arena worthy of the most epic battles.
Thanks to a 55,000 capacity and state-of-the-art cooling for maximum comfort in the Singapore sun, the National Stadium is a force to be reckoned with.
With each spectator offered flexible and reconfigurable seating, the Rugby Sevens will leave you on the edge of your seat come rain or shine. Be there for the greatest sporting entertainment event of the year!
Directions to the Stadium
The Singapore Sports Hub is easily accessible via all transport modes. Public transport by MRT and bus are the easiest forms of transport to get here. On event days, we expect congestion due to high volume of visitors and event-goers. Please come early for a stress-free and enjoyable experience.
Arriving by MRT
VIA THE CIRCLE LINE:
Stadium MRT Station (CC6) is the nearest station which exits directly into the Singapore Sports Hub.
Mountbatten MRT Station (CC7) is approximately 600m walking distance from Singapore Sports Hub. This also serves as an alternative station via Circle Line for leaving the venue.
VIA THE EAST WEST LINE:
Kallang MRT Station (EW10) is approximately 600m walking distance under a sheltered walkway to the Singapore Sports Hub.
For more information, please refer to the MRT network map.
Arriving by Bus
BUS SERVICE 11
Alight along Stadium Crescent (Bus Stop No. 80199), which is directly outside Singapore Indoor Stadium.
BUS SERVICE 10, 14, 16, 70, 70M OR 196 (TOWARDS CBD/CITY)
In the direction towards the CBD/City, alight along Nicoll Highway at the bus stop outside National Stadium (Bus Stop No. 80219).
BUS SERVICE 10, 14, 16, 70, 70M OR 196 (FROM CBD/CITY)
In the direction from the CBD/City, alight along Nicoll Highway at the bus stop opposite Singapore Sports Hub (Bus Stop No. 80211). Cross the sheltered overhead bridge which leads to the National Stadium.
For more information, please refer to the SBS Transit Bus Guide.
Arriving by Taxi
There are three taxi stands within Singapore Sports Hub. These are located at:
Stadium Crescent next to the Singapore Indoor Stadium (Location Code: I28)
Stadium Boulevard next to OCBC Arena (Location Code: I29)
Stadium Place next to OCBC Aquatic Centre and Kallang Wave Mall (Location Code: I30)
FROM EAST COAST PARKWAY (ECP) AND MARINA COASTAL EXPRESSWAY (MCE)
Exit at Fort Road which connects to Mountbatten Road.
From Mountbatten Road, turn left into Stadium Boulevard.
FROM CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY (CTE)
Exit into Pan Island Expressway (PIE) heading towards Changi Airport.
From Pan Island Expressway (PIE) heading towards Changi Airport
From Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) heading to East Coast Parkway (ECP)
Exit at Sims Ave and drive along Sims Way which connects to Mountbatten Road.
From Mountbatten Road, turn right into Stadium Boulevard.
Keep right within Sims Way and turn right into Nicoll Highway.
Once along Nicoll Highway, turn left into Stadium Drive.
FROM NICOLL HIGHWAY
In the direction from the CBD/City, turn left into Stadium Road.
In the direction heading towards CBD/City, turn left into Stadium Drive.
Singapore, a unique host city
The city of Singapore is an attraction in itself and a fitting host for the Series.
Singapore’s incredibly diverse dining and shopping options have always been a top draw, yet the country is much more than just a bustling modern city.
The city’s glistening skyline is best appreciated atop one of the country’s most recognisable resorts; the Marina Bay Sands. And if your goal is to escape the allure of modern buildings, delve straight into fascinating enclaves like Little India, Chinatown and Kampong Glam.
Your little ones will enjoy the world famous Singapore Zoo and perennial holiday island Sentosa home to the legendary Tanjong Beach Club, Universal Studios and a vast array of fun filled activities to suit all interests.
Singapore prides itself on its vivid flora and fauna. Do take a reprieve at Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Botanic Gardens, or visit the Gardens by the Bay – an award-winning futuristic park that promotes nature and sustainability.
Take a tour of the two latest additions to Singapore’s art scene; the National Gallery Singapore and Singapore Pinacothèque De Paris (SPDP). Be sure to board the free museum shuttle bus service in the Civic District or Bras Basah for a ride to the SPDP!