Siri Fort Sports Complex

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Siri Fort Sport Complex
Location India New Delhi
Coordinates 28°33′07″N 77°13′09″E / 28.552083°N 77.219255°E / 28.552083; 77.219255

The DDA Siri Fort Sport Complex is a sports stadium in New Delhi, India. The complex was built for the 1982 Asian Games, next to the Asian Games village by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), which also runs the facility now.[1] Also close by is the Siri Fort Auditorium complex.

Sports[edit]

Basketball, Swimming Pool, Squash, Pitch and Putt Golf, Billiards, Shooting, Skating, Tennis, Badminton Courts, Yoga, Aerobics, Gym, Football, Cricket etc.

2010 Commonwealth Games[edit]

The stadium hosted badminton and squash for the Games. The stadium for badminton will have five match courts and three warm-up courts, and the stadium for squash will have 11 singles courts convertible to five doubles courts.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DDA Siri Fort Sports Complex Government of Delhi


Coordinates: 28°33′07″N 77°13′09″E / 28.552083°N 77.219255°E / 28.552083; 77.219255