Sports Hub aims to scale up in 2022 in bid to attract more events to Singapore

Sports Hub chief executive Lionel Yeo said the key to recovery from the pandemic is to build on its capabilities to host more spectators. PHOTO: SPORTS HUB
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SINGAPORE - Over four weeks in December, some 85,000 fans passed through the turnstiles at the National Stadium to catch 16 football matches at the Suzuki Cup, which was the largest sports event to be held in Singapore since the pandemic hit.

On the back of the milestone hosting of the tournament, the Singapore Sports Hub's goal for 2022 is clear: Up the ante.

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