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Yamuna Sports Complex

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Yamuna Sports Complex

Yamuna Sports Complex
Location New Delhi
Owner Delhi Development Authority

The Yamuna Sports Complex (Hindi: यमुना क्रीड़ा स्थल ) is a sports complex located in New Delhi, India. Inaugurated in 1999, it hosts table tennis, Rugby 7's,Boxing, Wrestling. [1]It is owned by the Delhi Development Authority. It was a venue for the 2010 Commonwealth Games


The table tennis venue has a capacity of 4,297. It has two show court tables, eight match tables and 10 warm-up tables . The total area of the plot is 26000 sq. m. Basement area is 26000 sq. m and the total plinth area is 43765 sq. m. It has wooden flooring in match courts and show courts. It has car parking facilities for 504 cars.

The archery venue has a capacity of 1,500. The total area of the plot is 40000 sq. m . It has car parking facilities for 500 cars. It is located near the posh locality of Yojana Vihar, near Vivek Vihar and Shahdara localities.

A large stone sculpture b "Aiming For Excellence" by noted sculptor, Amarnath Sehgal, was installed at the complex in January 2002.[2]

It was the venue for Archery at the 2010 Commonwealth Games as well as Lawn bowls at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

See also


  1. ^ Yamuna Sports Complex Government of Delhi.
  2. ^ "NCR Briefs". The Tribune. January 25, 2002. Retrieved 2013-08-21. 

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