Aberdeen Aquatics Centre

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Aberdeen Aquatics Centre
Location Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
Owner Aberdeen Sports Village
Operator Aberdeen Sports Village
Capacity 600
Surface 50m Swimming pool & 25m swimming pool with diving pools
Built 2011-2014
Opened 5 May 2014
Construction cost £22m
Architect Faulkner Browns
General contractor Graham Construction

The Aberdeen Sports Village Aquatics Centre is a sports facility in Aberdeen, Scotland.[1] Construction started in late 2011 and was completed in early 2014. The centre opened on 5 May 2014 and is part of the existing Aberdeen Sports Village complex.[2][3][4] The centre hosts a 50-meter Olympic standard pool and a 25-meter pool with diving boards up to 10 meters as well as other facilities such as a Sauna, Steam room, Exercise Studio and a Cafe.

The venue held the 2014 Commonwealth Water Polo Championships between 5 - 12 April 2014. These events were held prior to opening of the venue and while exterior and car park construction was still taking place.[5]

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Coordinates: 57°09′43″N 2°05′34″W / 57.1620°N 2.0928°W / 57.1620; -2.0928