|Location||Bidyut Marg, Bhubaneswar, Odisha|
|Owner||Government of Odisha|
|Operator||Sports Authority of Odisha|
|Capacity||Kalinga Stadium: 15,000 |
Kalinga Hockey Stadium: 16,000 
The Kalinga Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. Its foundation stone was laid by former chief minister of Odisha Late Biju Patnaik in 1978. It is situated in the heart of Bhubaneswar near Nayapalli area. It has facilities for athletics, soccer, field hockey, basketball, tennis, table tennis basketball, volleyball, Wall climbing and swimming. Other features of the stadium includes an 8-lane synthetic athletics track, high performance centres, and India's first Olympic standard pink and blue water-based AstroTurf. It will be used for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.
|Asian Athletics Championships||2017||Athletics Federation of India||5 - 9 July 2017|
|Women's Gold Cup||2019||All India Football Federation
Football Association of Odisha
|9 – 15 February 2019|
|Super Cup||2019||All India Football Federation
Football Association of Odisha
|3 April – 26 June 2019|
|Men's Hockey Series Finals||2019||Hockey India||6 - 16 June 2019|
|Men's Hockey World Cup||2018||Hockey India||28 November - 16 December 2018|
|Men's FIH Hockey World League||2017||Hockey India||1 – 10 December 2017|
|Hockey Champions Trophy||2014||Hockey India||6 – 14 December 2014|
|Asia Rugby Women's Championship||2018||Indian Rugby Football Union
Odisha Rugby Football Association
|26 – 28 October 2018|
|India F1 Futures||2018||All India Tennis Association||26 February 2018 – 4 March 2018|
|National Open Athletics Championships||2018||Athletics Federation of India||25 – 28 September 2018|
|Indian Super Cup||2018|
|Indian Super League||2017-18|
|Hockey India League||2014
Rest of India vs Petroleum Sports Promotion Board
|Odisha Tennis Premier League||2017||Odisha Tennis Association|
High Performance Centres
- Abhinav Bindra Targeting Performance (ABTP) - Sports Science and Advanced Rehabilitation Centre Powered by Rungta Mines Limited and Government of Odisha
- Dalmia Bharat Gopichand Badminton Academy
- JSW Sports Bengaluru FC High Performance Centre for Football
- JSW Swimming High Performance Centre
- KJS Ahluwalia and Tenvic Sports High Performance Centre for Weightlifting
- Naval Tata Hockey Academy (NTHA) - Powered by Bovelander Hockey Academy and Government of Odisha
|Hockey Odisha||Field hockey||Hockey India|
|Hockey Gangpur Odisha||Field hockey||Hockey India|
|Kalinga Lancers||Field hockey||Hockey India League|
|Ace Tennis Club (ATC)||Tennis||Utkal Open Tennis Tournament|
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- "Sports Infrastructure in Odisha". Government of Odisha. Retrieved 8 February 2013.
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