Sports Facilities Architecture

When it comes to sports facilities projects architects have become more and more ambitious in the last years, creating wonderful masterpieces that not only prove their usefulness but can also be considered as landmarks thanks to their impressive architecture.

You’ll see mostly stadiums in this article, but don’t worry, the other projects are as impressive as the football arenas.





Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex proposal – Studio Symbiosis

Hangzhou Sports Park in Hangzhou, China – NBBJ and CCDI

2014 Asian Games Main Stadium in Incheon, South Korea –Populous and Heerim Architects and Planners

Solar Powered Stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan – Toyo Ito

Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan – Kenzo Tange

Arena Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia – UPI-2M

Aquatic Center in London, England – Zaha Hadid

Gymnasium, Swimming Pool proposal in Yongjia, China – Idea Image Institute of Architects

Shide Stadium in Dalian, China – NBBJ

Health & Sports Education Center of Kang-won National University in Gangwon-do, South Korea – Chul-Hee, Kang andIdea Image Institute of Architects

Four Sport Scenarios in Medellín, Colombia – Giancarlo Mazzanti and Felipe Mesa (Plan:b)

Zamet Centre in Rijeka, Croatia – 3LHD

San Diego Stadium Master Plan in San Diego, USA – de bartolo + rimanic design studio and McCullough Landscape Architecture

World Village of Women Sports in Malmo, Sweden – BIG

Sports City Stadium in Doha, Qatar – Populous

Taekwondo Park World Headquarters in Muju, South Korea –Weiss/Manfredi

Chess-club Building in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia – Erick van Egeraat

New Dalian Shide FC Stadium in Dalian, China – UNStudio


Tags: architecture, cultural, Sports Facilities, stadium

Author: Maja Markovski


A 35-year-old female architect with a passion for innovative, sustainable design. I blend creativity and functionality to transform spaces into beautiful, practical environments.


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