Wuhan Stadiums and Gymnasiums

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Stadiums and Gymnasiums

Wuchang Stadium

Wuchang Stadium, situated at Yuemachang of Wuchang, is the public sports facility in the charge of Hubei Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. It was built in April 1923 and renovated in 1953. Its youth amateur athletic school was open in 1957. Extended and converted to be a training base in 1960, it offers a place for many excellent players in such fields as track and field, basketball, badminton, volleyball, table-tennis to have their collective training. Some national and provincial contests and activities are often held here. It is also a place for the sports activities of the nearby factories and schools. It became the training base since 1978 for players in track and field, basketball, volleyball, badminton, table-tennis, and weight-lifting.


Xinhua Road Stadium, Hankou

Xinhua Road Stadium, situated at Xinhua Road of Hankou, is the public sports facility in the charge of Hubei Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Built in April 1955, it is the earliest and largest stadium in Wuhan. With an area of 135 mu and a total floorage of 16,982 sq. meters, it has 21 floors of concrete planks with a seating capacity of 30,000 spectators. There are totally 20 entrances and exits, and 2 rostrums in the west and east, under which 1 big hall and 5 lounges are located. 112 rooms used for accommodation, study and work are furnished on 2 floors under the slope of the bleachers of reinforced concrete structure. A standard track & field ground is inside with 10 synthetic resin racetracks, each 400 meters as a loop, 2 sandpits for high jump and long jump, and 2 throw-event courses. A 100m×69m grass football field located in the centre of racetrack field can be a place for night matches with the help of 4 light towers. Many important international and domestic matches were held here.


Wuhan Gymnasium

Wuhan Gymnasium, situated at Chongren Road of Qiaokou District, Hankou, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Built in April 1956, it is the earliest large-scale indoor gymnasium in Hubei. With an area of 56,000 sq. meters and a total floorage of 14,490 sq. meters, it has a seating capacity of 3800 spectators. It is a place for matches of basketball, badminton, table-tennis, boxing, weight-lift, wrestling, gymnastics and so on.


Hongshan Gymnasium

Hongshan Gymnasium, situated at Xiaohongshan of Wuchang, is the public sports facility in the charge of Hubei Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in 1985, it is the first modern multi-functional gymnasium in Hubei with a total investment of RMB 27,000,000. It occupies an area of 37,000 sq. meters. The arena hall inside the octagon-shape main building is 110m long, 94m wide and 26m high. With a seating capacity of 8075, the spectator section is divided into 2 floors. The gymnasium is equipped with such facilities as electronic timer, acoustic control, lighting, cooling and heating, phone communication, cable TV, water channel, electricity distribution and so on. Not only can it be used for various matches and training, but for performance, movie, exhibition, meeting, etc.


Hubei Ying Tung Natatorium

Hubei Ying Tung Natatorium, located next to the Hongshan Gymnasium, is the public sports facility in the charge of Hubei Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. With a national investment of RMB20,000,000 and RMB5,000,000 donated by Fok Ying Tung, the vice-president of CPPCC, the construction was commenced in 1988, and completed in June 1994. With an area of 15,000 sq. meters, swimming pool and diving pool are set in two separate halls. There is one 21m×50m standard swimming pool with 8 lanes, and one 7.2m×50m training pool in the swimming hall. There are also fitness and entertainment amenities in the gymnasium.


Qingshan Swimming Pool

Qingshan Swimming Pool, located at No. 33, Yejin Avenue, Qingshan District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Qingshan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in 1986, it occupies an area of 15,000 sq. meters with a floorage of 5,014.16 sq. meters. It has 4 pools that can hold totally 1100 people at one time, including one 26m×25m arena pool, two 25m×50m training pools, and one mushroom-shaped pool for children. There is also an office building, with activity room, dressing room and bathroom for both men and women inside.


Qingshan Stadium

Qingshan Stadium, situated at Gongrencunqiaotou of Qingshan District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Qingshan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in 1967, it occupies an area of 30,000 sq. meters with a floorage of 3,662 sq. meters. There is a ground track field with 6 cinder racetracks, 400m long each, and a 104m×70m turf football field in the centre surrounded by pre-cast panel bleachers with a seating capacity of 9000 spectators.


Wuchang District Stadium

Wuchang District Stadium, located at Wutaizha of Wuchang District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuchang Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in May 1990, it occupies an area of 45,000 sq. meters. There are eight cinder cincture racetracks, 400m long each, one 100m×69m football field, four sandpits for long jump, one sandpit for high jump, three fields for throwing inside the stadium. Along the periphery of the ground racetracks are a rostrum and a spectator bleacher at opposite sides with a total seating capacity of 12,000.


Dongxihu Stadium

Dongxihu Stadium, located at Wujiashan of Dongxihu District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Dongxihu Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. With a total investment of RMB541,000, the construction started in 1988 and was finished in April 1990, and it was renovated in April 1995. With an area of 18,000 sq. meters and a drainage system, it has a seating capacity of 1000 spectators. Inside the stadium, a football field is surrounded by 6 racetrack rings, 400m long each, together with 8 straight racetracks, 100m long each, at either side.


Huochetou Stadium

Huochetou Stadium, located at Xudong Road of Wuchang, is the public sports facility in the charge of Sports Association of Wuhan Railway Bureau. It was completed in 1984 with an investment of RMB1,700,000. Inside the stadium is a turf football field surrounded by a track & field ground with 400m-long racetracks. There are also such facilities as football field with lighting, and indoor comprehensive gymnasium for activities of basketball, volleyball, table-tennis, gymnastics, 5-person football, etc.


Zhongnan Economics and Law University Stadium

It is the public sports facility in the charge of Zhongnan Economics and Law University on the campus of the university. Construction lasted from August 1991 to June 1992 with an investment of RMB 7,500,000. With a total floorage of 5,500 sq. meters, the stadium is equipped with a track & field ground up to international standard with 400m long synthetic resin racetracks, 8000 seats, advanced multi-functional electronic score recording plates and acoustics, so that it can be used for TV live broadcast, large-scale gymnastics performance, football game and track and field competition. As its facilities and fields are the best among the universities nationwide, the opening ceremony of the Fourth National Sports Meet of Undergraduate was held here in 1992.


Jianghan 2nd Bridge Natatorium

Jianghan 2nd Bridge Natatorium, located inside the Physical Culture Institute, No. 3, Meiguiyuan Road, Hanyang District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from April 1987 to January 1988 with an investment of RMB1,360,000. The natatorium, equipped with heating system, has a total floorage of 2,200 sq. meters. The pool, 25m long and 1.2-1.8m deep with 6 lanes, can be a place for both training and competition.


Wuhan Table-tennis Gymnasium

Wuhan Table-tennis Gymnasium, situated inside the Physical Culture Institute, No. 3, Meiguiyuan Road, Hanyang District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from November 1989 to August 1990 with an investment of RMB 970,000. with a total floorage of 2,910 sq. meters and a capacity of 20 table-tennis tables, the gymnasium can be a place for competition and training of table-tennis, as well as basketball, volleyball, badminton, gymnastics, martial arts, etc.


Jianghan Table-tennis Gymnasium

Jianghan Table-tennis Gymnasium, situated at Xinhuaxia Road, is the public sports facility in the charge of Jianghan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from October 1993 to September 1994 with an investment of RMB 1,960,000. The gymnasium, with an area of 800 sq. meters and a capacity of12-15 table-tennis tables, is of prefabricated frame structure and can be a place for table-tennis training and competition.


Shupan Gymnasium

Shupan Gymnasium, situated in Caidian District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Caidian Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from November 1990 to December 1993 with an investment of RMB 3,500,000. With a total floorage of 4050 sq. meters and a seating capacity of 2550 spectators, it is of reinforced concrete structure, and has wood floors, electronic timers and score recording meters. With a competition arena, 36m long and 22m wide, it can be a place for training and competition of basketball, volleyball, badminton, table-tennis, gymnastics, martial arts, fencing, etc.


Hubei University Gymnasium

Hubei University Gymnasium is the public sports facility in the charge of Hubei University on the campus of the university. Construction lasted from August 1991 to August 1992 with an investment of RMB 5,939,000. With a total floorage of 3998 sq. meters, it has 1500 glass-fibre reinforced plastic seats together with additional temporary 800 seats. It is a place for training and competition of basketball, volleyball, etc. four indoor training rooms situated around the competition arena can be used for dressing, resting for players as well as training and teaching in normal times. It is equipped with such advanced facilities as electronic score recording plates, acoustics and so on.


Hanyang Yingwuhu Shooting Range

Hanyang Yingwuhu Shooting Range, situated at No.1, Yingwu Avenue, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in June 1990 with a national investment of RMB 998,000, it is occupying an area of 14,800 sq. meters and a total floorage of 4,390 sq. meters. There are 28 50m targets, 6 groups (total 30) of rapid shooting targets and moving targets including one set at 50m far and two groups at 10m far.


Jianghan 2nd Bridge Physical Training Base

Jianghan 2nd Bridge Physical Training Base, Located at the bridgehead of Jianghan 2nd bridge, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. It occupies an approximate area of 22 hectares. The base is mainly composed of stadium, teaching and living quarters, main training section and supplementary training section. The first phase of the construction with an estimated investment of RMB 37,710,000 was completed at the end of 2000, including teaching building (8,991 sq. meters), students』 quarters (7,527 sq. meters), faculty quarters (11,739 sq. meters), canteen as well as other supplementary facilities, and a standard track & field ground (with synthetic resin racetracks). The comprehensive training gymnasium completed in June 1998 with a total investment of RMB 7,000,000 occupies a floorage of 5,300 sq. meters, and can be a place for training and competition of tennis, basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling, badminton, table-tennis, etc.


Hezuo Road Gymnasium

Hezuo Road Gymnasium, situated at No. 34 Hezuo Road, Jianghan District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in January 1953, it is the earliest outdoor stadium with lighting facilities in Wuhan. But it was extended and converted to be an indoor gymnasium in April 1992. The body of the gymnasium is of reinforced concrete frame structure with bolt ball roof of steel lattice framed structure and pre-cast reinforced concrete panels. It is equipped with top lighting facility of highly effective mixed light source, and has a seating capacity of 2400 spectators. The closing ceremony of Wuhan Third Sports Meet was held here. To meet the social need of tennis activity, it was transformed into an indoor tennis court in 1994. After leased out to Wuhan Shenwei Bowling Sports Co., Ltd in May 1996, it was transformed into the now Wuhan Shenwei Bowling Center, occupying an area of 2,200 sq. meters. Equipped with American Brunswick GX96 bowling equipment (28 tracks), it is now a relatively advanced indoor bowling gymnasium in the world up to now. It has witnessed Arena Bowling Game between Taiwan and mainland, and National Bowling Tournament several times.


Wuhan Fourth Middle School Stadium

Wuhan Fourth Middle School Stadium, situated on Jianyi Road, Qiaokou, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan Fourth Middle School. Construction lasted from November 1993 to 1995 with an investment of RMB7,000,000. It is occupying an area of 20,000 sq. meters with a total floorage of 14,000 sq. meters. It has 400m-long synthetic resin racetracks (8 tracks), and a football field up to national standard in centre of track field with a seating capacity of 6,000 spectators. The Sixth National Sports Meet for Middle School was held here in August 1995.


Wuhan Sports Center

Wuhan Sports Center, located in the Zhuankou Economic Development Zone, is the public sports facility in the charge of Wuhan People’s Government. Construction started in December 1998 with an approximately total investment of RMB 310,000,000. It occupies an area of 13.6 hectares and a floorage of 70,000 sq. meters. Having a seating capacity of 57,300 spectators, it is equipped with the football field up to international standard, the synthetic resin ground track field (8 tracks) qualified for international matches, as well as the most popular Philip AV-pattern metal halid band lighting in the world. On the western bleacher with 4 elevators fixed separately, there are rostrums (420 seats), VIP seats (115 seats), boxes (1290 seats) as well as extra seats for the handicapped. It will stage the large-scale international matches above intercontinental level after its construction.


Hanyang Stadium

Hanyang Stadium, located at No. 30, Qintai Road of Hanyang, is the public sports facility in the charge of Hanyang Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. It has a seating capacity of 6,000 spectators. With an investment of RMB3,500,000 used for renovation in 1995, an affiliated office and training building of 800 sq. meters was built. The stadium can be a place for training and competition of track and field, football game. It was used as the major meeting place of Wuhan Fifth Sports Meet in 1997.


Jiangxia Gymnasium

Jiangxia Gymnasium is the public sports facility in the charge of Jiangxia Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from July 1991 to April 1995 with a total investment of RMB 5,000,000. It occupies a floorage of 4000 sq. meters with a seating capacity of 3000 spectators. It can be a place for training and competition of basketball, volleyball, table-tennis, tennis and martial arts. It witnessed the National Class A Basketball Invitation Tournament for Women in April 1995 and the International Basketball Invitation Tournament for Women attended by Russia and other countries in November 1995.


Wuhan Youth Palace Water World

Wuhan Youth Palace Water World, situated at No. 733, Jiefang Avenue, is the first large-scale cultural and entertainment water facility in Wuhan city. With a total investment of RMB 20,000,000, it occupies an area of 2,200 sq. meters, including water area of 8,000 sq. meters which is divided into several parts as drifting-circling river, ocean wave pool, high-rack combined slideways, sporting pool for children, sporting pool for adults and large massage pool. It was open to the public since June 1996 after construction. The First Water Sports and Cultural Festival was ceremoniously held here in July 1996.


Wuhan Blue Sky Water-Sporting Paradise

Wuhan Blue Sky Water-Sporting Paradise, located at Baofeng Road of Jiefang Avenue, is the socially-funded sports facility. Construction lasted from 1996 to July 1998 with a total investment of RMB 3,800,000. With a total floorage of 4000 sq. meters, it is the largest indoor water-sporting facility with constant temperature in Wuhan.


Hongshan Natatorium

Hongshan Natatorium, located at No. 151, Luoshi Road, Hongshan District, is the public sports facility in the charge of Hongshan Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from August 1997 to December 1998 with a total investment of RMB 5,200,000. It occupies a floorage of 4,050 sq. meters (framed structure) with a bowling gymnasium on the first floor and a standard natatorium on the second floor. As the first comprehensive gymnasium in Hongshan District, it is recognized as the qualified construction of top quality by relevant quality control departments.


Xinzhou District Comprehensive Training Gymnasium

It is the public sports facility in the charge of Xinzhou Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Construction lasted from October 1994 to the end of1995 with an investment of RMB 1,200,000. With a total floorage of 2,248 sq. meters, it is of reinforced concrete structure. It can be a place for training and competition of table-tennis, martial arts, etc.


Liujiaotin New Stadium

Liujiaotin New Stadium is the public sports facility in the charge of Qiaokou Commission for Physical Culture and Sports. Completed in June 2000 with a social investment of more than RMB 4,000,000, it is the largest overhead stadium in Wuhan. Renovated to be a stadium with a combination of sports, business and entertainment, the Liujiaotin New Stadium has a Tianxiang light decoration business centre on both the first and second floors, occupying a business area of 14,000 sq. meters (8,000 sq. meters of the first floor, 6,000 sq. meters of the second floor). The elevated artificial turf football field, 111.6m long and 70.5m wide, occupying an area of 7867.8 sq. meters, meets the demand of normal football games. The table-tennis gymnasium, located on the fifth floor of the northern body building, occupies an area of 620 sq. meters with net space height of 4m. Having room for 10-15 tables, it is qualified for national games with its various facilities. On the second floor in the south is a comprehensive training gymnasium with an area of 2,280.9 sq. meters, which can be a place for the training of shooting, wrestling, weight-lifting, martial arts, chess and cards, etc..