City Breaks Ground on North Surrey Outdoor Sport Complex
The City of Surrey has begun work on a new outdoor sport and cultural venue in North Surrey, which will be able to host the sport of Kabaddi as well as community events and concerts.
Surrey, B.C. – The City of Surrey has begun work on a new outdoor sport and cultural venue in North Surrey, which will be able to host the sport of Kabaddi as well as community events and concerts.
“I am pleased that we have begun work on the new North Surrey Outdoor Sport Complex,” said Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum. “With its natural grass field, this will be an ideal venue to support the growing sport of Kabaddi in Surrey. It will have the largest seating capacity of all other Kabaddi amenities in the City. Located near SkyTrain and rapid transit, the Complex will also serve as an additional outdoor venue to host a variety of community events helping to make Surrey the vibrant place it is.”
The North Surrey Outdoor Sport Complex will be located adjacent to Scott Road SkyTrain Station and North Surrey Sport and Ice Complex at 12626 110 Avenue. The complex will include a circular natural grass sports field, a 2500-seat grandstand and a fieldhouse which will include public washrooms and changerooms. The complex’s proximity to rapid transit and SkyTrain makes it an ideal location for hosting large tournaments and events.
In addition to having the capacity to host a variety of sport and cultural activities, the North Surrey Outdoor Sport Complex will have larger seating capacity than any other Kabaddi amenity in the City.
The sports facility was approved in the 2021 Five-Year (2021-2025) Capital Financial Plan and is among more than 20 projects included in the ‘Surrey Invests’ Capital Plan. Learn more at surrey.ca/capitalprojects.