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Queen Elizabeth Stadium Information
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Queen Elizabeth Stadium Information

Queen Elizabeth Stadium located on Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai, which is a large-scale indoor stadium managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). The main facility of Stadium is the Arena on 3/F, equipped with world class lighting and scoring system. Arena can be used for major competitions or sports events, and usually hired for cultural performances, including entertainment programmes, concerts or ceremonies. Besides the Arena, Stadium also offers leisure facilities include badminton courts, squash courts and table-tennis courts.

3/F : Arena
2/F : VIP Lounge, Function Room I-II
1/F : Committee Room I, II & III
G/F : URBTIX Box Office, Committee Room IV
B/F : Badminton Courts / Multi-purpose Hall
  Table Tennis Courts; Squash Courts

Opened in 1980, Queen Elizabeth Stadium has a Arena with 2,900 fixed audience seats and maximum 600 movable seats. The 1,500 square feet stage can provide central-stage design, which is relatively rare in 1980s. Also offering comprehensive stage equipment, reception room and several changing rooms, Stadium became the largest venue in Hong Kong at that time, many pop-stars had hold their concerts here. After the opening of Hung Hom Hong Kong Coliseum, which can accommodate over ten thousand guests, the importance of Queen Elizabeth Stadium was reduced. However, it is still a important venue in local entertainment industry today.

We offer comprehensive fruit basket and flower basket series for Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Other than providing professional Queen Elizabeth delivery service, we can also arrange inquiry for the schedule of the programme. The general delivery time is 1-3 hours before the start of promgramme.

Opening hours:
9am to 11pm daily




Address: 18 Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Queen Elizabeth Stadium Telephone: 2591 1346

Flower/Fruit/Orchid Ordering Telephone: 2736 6670

Queen Elizabeth Stadium Most ordered exhibit/performance flower and gifts (last 30 days)

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Queen Elizabeth Stadium Map

Queen Elizabeth Stadium Map
Queen Elizabeth Stadium How to reach by MTR

Wan Chai Station, 12 minutes walk from Exit A3; or
Causeway Bay Station, 12 minutes walk from Exit A.

Queen Elizabeth Stadium Directions by Bus and Mini-bus
CTB 1
Kennedy Town <> Happy Valley (Upper)
via: Sai Ying Pun, Central
CTB 6X
Stanley <> Central (Exchange Square)
via: Chung Hom Kok, Repulse Bay
CTB 10
Kennedy Town <> North Point
via: Sai Ying Pun, Central
CTB 37A
Chi Fu Fa Yuen <> Central
via: Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang
NWFB 38
Chi Fu Fa Yuen <> North Point Ferry
via: Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang
NWFB 42
Wah Fu Est. <> North Point Ferry
via: Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 72
Wah Kwai Est. <> Causeway Bay
via: Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 72A
Sham Wan <> Causeway Bay
via: Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 75
Sham Wan <> Central (Exchange Square)
via: Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 76
Shek Pai Wan <> Causeway Bay
via: Aberdeen, Wong Nai Chung Gap
CTB 77
Tin Wan Est. <> Shau Kei Wan
via: Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 90
Ap Lei Chau Est. <> Central (Exchange Square)
via: Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 96
Lei Tung Est. <> Causeway Bay
via: Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 97
Lei Tung Est. <> Central (Exchange Square)
via: Wong Chuk Hang
NWFB 590A
South Horizons <> Admiralty (East)
via: Ap Lei Chau, Wong Chuk Hang
CTB 592
South Horizons <> Causeway Bay
via: Ap Lei Chau, Wong Chuk Hang
KMB/NWFB 109
Ho Man Tin <> Central (Macau Ferry)
via: Hung Hom
KMB/NWFB 112
So Uk Est. <> North Point
via: Sham Shui Po, Mong Kok
KMB/NWFB 113
Choi Hung <> Kennedy Town
via: Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City
KMB/NWFB 116
Tsz Wan Shan (Central) <> Quarry Bay
via: Kowloon City, To Kwa Wan

More about Queen Elizabeth Stadium

Queen Elizabeth Stadium opened on 27 August 1980 by the Governor MacLehose. Stadium was managed by Urban Council in early days (Became Provisional Urban Council after the Return), and managed by Leisure and Cultural Service Department since the reorganization of government in 2000. Queen Elizabeth Stadium was the largest venue in HK before the open of Hong Kong Coliseum, and still is one of the most important arena in HK.

Besides, Stadium also has 2 large function rooms, 4 committee rooms, a multi-purpose hall and a serious of leisure facilities, providing rehearsal and sport venues for citizens and groups.

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