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17th Asian Games INCHEON 2014 2014.9.19~10.4 D-DAY


17th Asian Games INCHEON 2014

New Stadium Guide

Click the stadium on the map to move to the detailed guide for the stadium. Munhak Aquatics Center Songrim Gymnasium Sipjeong Stadium Seonhak Stadium Namdong Stadium Gyeyang Stadium Sungui Stadium Ganghwa Stadium Dream Park Stadium

This stadium was developed with a focus on securing connectivity to the area’s image and the existing Munhak Stadium facilities. The stadium facilitates a natural flow from the open green space of the entire site of Munhak Stadium to Seonhak Park, and embodies dynamic swimming movements of cleaving through water.
The new Munhak Stadium is a sports facility that will become a new landmark greeting people transiting to Incheon’s Munhak Stadium Station, and post-Asian Games, will be reborn as a friendly swimming pool satisfying the local community.

  • Location :
    Vicinity of 515 Munhak-dong, Nam-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose :
    Indoor swimming pool
  • Size :
    B1, 3F
  • No. of Seats :
    3,004 seats
  • Construction Period : 
    Started in May 2011 / Completion in May 2013)

The stadium actively utilizes the site approximately 45 degrees towards the S-N direction, as well as approximately 20 m of slope, in order to naturally and efficiently connect the spaces outside the stadium. The flow movement and space settings of visitors, athletes and personnel were dimensionally separated or combined to provide a convenient environment to all users

  • Location
    :Vicinity of 101-2 Sipjeong-dong, Bupyeong-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose
    : Tennis court, squash stadium
  • Size
    : B1~3F
  • No. of Seats
    : 5,061 seats for center court, 1,207 seats for squash, 1,266 seats for indoor tennis
  • Construction Period : 
    Started in June 2011 / Completion in July 2013)

This stadium was designed to harmoniously connect the natural environment and energies of Mt. Munhak, and to become the center of the green network. The flow of green space was linearly arranged, with the stadium in-between the flows. First, the hockey stadium, comprised of two stadiums, was placed at the frontal plaza of the site for ease of approach, and the roof and grass were also used to express the two stadiums as a single integrated stadium. For the external area, the metal fabric and patterned glass were appropriately mixed, with dynamic patterns used to express the dynamic nature of the games. For the judo/wrestling gymnasium, the green space was connected via the roof to make it seem like part of the landscape rather than a building

  • Location :
    Vicinity of 82 Seonhak-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose :
    Hockey stadium, judo/wrestling gymnasium
  • Size :
    1F~2F
  • No. of Seats :
    5,010 seats for main hockey stadium, 3,074 seats for sub-main hockey stadium, 2,050 seats for judo/wrestling gymnasium
  • Construction Period : 
    Started in November 2011 / Completion in December 2013)

Located at the crossroads of the waters and a green space, Namdong Stadium was planned as a stadium in nature. The surrounding green belt has the function of linking the park with the stadium and separating the approach routes according to the purpose of visiting the stadium. The rugby stadium embodied the formative image of the powerful muscles of rugby athletes. The gymnastics gymnasium was designed based on the motif of the dynamic moment of a basketball entering the ring.

  • Location
    : Vicinity of 409-1 Susan-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose
    : gymnastics gymnasium/ rugby stadium
  • Size
    : B1~3F
  • No. of Seats
    : 8,100 seats / 5,200 seats
  • Construction Period : 
    Started in June 2011 / Completion in August 2013)

Situated between a residential district and a planned sports park on the northern part of the site, Gyeyang Stadium will be a stadium that communicates with local residents.
The badminton court’s formative image expresses the tension of the racquet striking the shuttlecock, while the archery field embodies the image of a fully drawn bow. The site is connected to the surrounding stream, and will function as a stadium in the park connecting the city with nature.

  • Location
    : Vicinity of 111 Seowun-dong, Gyeyang-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose
    : Indoor badminton court / outdoor archery field
  • Size
    : B1~3F
  • Construction Period : 
    Started in June 2011 / Completion in August 2013)

Sungui Stadium is shaped in the form of a boat symbolizing the opening of Incheon Port and its new leap forward. The dynamic and flexible flow curvatures and exterior shaped to minimize resistance were inspired by the streamlined shape of vessels, while the water flow and wind of the sea and green nature, the symbol of Incheon, were embodied in the design.

  • Location
    : Vicinity of 180-6 Sungui-dong, Nam-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose
    : Football stadium
  • No. of Seats
    : 20,000 seats

Ganghwa Stadium symbolizes the harmony between yin and yang that is captured in the spirit of Taekwondo, which is echoed in a “round sky” and “square land” contrast. The upper part of the stadium was lightly processed while the external walls were designed as vertical patterns harmonizing with the surrounding environment. The BMX racecourse, shaped in the form of a bicycle, expresses speed and dynamism, to be fostered into a new bike town of Ganghwa-do.

  • Location
    : Vicinity of 46-4 Gukhwa-ri, Ganghwa-eup, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
  • Purpose
    : Taekwondo/Wushu arena, BMX stadium
  • Size
    : B2~3F
  • No. of Seats
    : 4,026 seats for Taekwondo/Wushu, 1,010 seats for BMX
  • Construction Period : 
    Started in July 2011 / Completion in August 2013)

Dream Park Stadium has been developed as an eco-friendly park. Eco-friendly and comfortable stadium facilities (including a golf course) were fostered above the filled sites, to be planned as approachable facilities that provide high-quality general sports and leisure facilities. The equestrian track, utilizing the green bio complex site, will be established as a space for relaxation, leisure and culture, while the clay shooting range will be fostered into eco-friendly waterside leisure facilities.

  • Location
    : Within 1st Landfill of Capital Landfill of Seo-gu, Incheon
  • Purpose
    : Golf, swimming, clay shooting, equestrian
  • Size
    : Golf course – 36 holes (2 courses, 18 holes each), additional facilities including club house / swimming pool – indoor/outdoor swimming pools / equestrian track – show jumping, dressage, eventing track /
    clay shooting field
  • No. of Seats
    : Over 1,000 seats for swimming pool / Over 1,500 seats for equestrian track