Liget Budapest sports complex
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This Thursday, the recently completed sports centre of Budapest’s most iconic public park will open its doors to the public. The new sports complex has become realised within the framework of Liget Budapest Project, comprising an artificial grass football pitch, a basketball arena, three multifunctional sports fields, a fitness park, a terrain park with a climbing wall, a pumptrack court, along with thirteen chess tables, four table tennis and two teqball tables.

Since its birth, Budapest City Park has been inspiring and welcoming sports lovers; it plays a significant role in terms of recreation for those living in the surrounding districts. Therefore, the Liget Budapest Project has a particular focus on the promotion of physical activity and outdoor sports.
The freshly completed family-, child- and sports-friendly development expects visitors from 3rd September, in Budapest City Park.
The 36,000-square-meter sports complex is easily accessible, providing numerous sports opportunities in a beautiful green environment.
The new sports centre comprises two bookable, illuminated sports fields:
  • City Park Mini Arena is one of the most modern illuminated handball courts in Budapest, with the special feature of being equipped with covered benches, a stand and a digital scoreboard. 
  • For basketball players, the new Basketball Mini Arena will probably become the most preferred part of the sports complex, with a standard-sized basketball court covered in rubber and a 4.2-foot-high safety net.
  • Furthermore, three smaller, free-to-use multifunctional sports fields have been set up in the area, where you can play football, basketball, volleyball, badminton and foot tennis.
The rentable sports fields can be booked on the website of the Liget Budapest Project, at a reasonable price. 
The newly completed sports complex includes a multi-element fitness park as well, with special equipment provided for both amateur and professional street workout competitors to perform exercises of appropriate difficulty.
Additionally, we can also try the Hungarian invention – teqball – which is becoming more and more popular all over the world.
As the Hungarian news portal Origo reports, during the establishment of the sports centre, there was a particular emphasis on designing all new facilities, sports equipment and services in the spirit of equal access so that they can be used safely by people with disabilities as well.
Megnyílt a Városligeti Sportcentrum!

👉 Mától birtokba veheti a közönség az új Városligeti Sportcentrumot, Budapest legsokoldalúbb új sportközpontját. Műfüves labdarúgó pályája lelátóval, kosárlabda aréna, három multifunkciós sportpálya, kondipark, Terep Ügyességi park mászófallal, pumptrack pályával, valamint tizenhárom sakkasztal, négy ping-pong asztal és két Teqball asztal is átadásra került az akadálymentes Városligeti Sportcentrumban. A park délkeleti részén, az Ajtósi Dürer sor – Dózsa György út kereszteződésénél kialakított 36.000 m²-es komplex sportközpont könnyen megközelíthető, területén pedig gyöngyörűen újjávarázsolt zöld környezetben több, mint egy tucat sportágban próbálhatják ki magukat a látogatók. A sportolók a legmodernebb és legbiztonságosabb körülmények között hódolhatnak szenvedélyüknek a Ligetben, a kényelmüket női, férfi és akadálymentesített öltözők, illetve ivókutak, kerékpártárolók szolgálják. 🌍 Bővebb információ a #SportLiget aloldalán: https://ligetbudapest.hu/latogatoknak/sportliget🌍 Ha kedvet kaptál a Városligeti Miniarénához, vagy a Kosárlabda Miniarénához, itt tudsz helyet foglalni:https://jegy.ligetbudapest.hu/intezmeny/sportcentrum

Dikirim oleh Liget Budapest. pada Rabu, 02 September 2020
This autumn, the second phase of City Park development will continue, providing more family-, child- and sports-friendly facilities for the visitors.
 
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Source: origo.hu

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