Thyagaraj Sports Complex is built especially for Delhi 2010’s Netball competition. Inaugurated on 2 April 2010 by Mrs. Sheila Dikshit, Chief Minister of Delhi, the Stadium is India’s first Netball stadium and is named after the 18th century south Indian poet-composer Thyagaraj (4 May 1767 – 6 January 1847).
It is India’s first-ever model Green Venue built with the latest green building technologies. The stadium has an R.C.C. structure with steel roofing and the flooring work has been done by using granite, recycled PVC, carpets, epoxy and Kota stone. The stadium has maple wood flooring in the central arena.
||One match court; two warm-up courts
||4-14 October 2010
|Entry Gate Number
|Distance from Games Village
|Orientation – North South|
|Rain water harvesting|
|Effluent treatment plant|
|Grid interactive 1 megawatt (MW) solar energy|
Heat insulation through:
Walls with hollow concrete blocks/cavity walls
Glazing with double insulated glass
Thermal insulation on roof and wall
Conservation of water through:
Use of recycled water for flushing and horticulture
Dual knob flushing cisterns
Gas based turbine (2.5 MW)
Vapour absorption machine
|By Metro |
|Spectators may avail of Delhi Metro services from any part of Delhi NCR to reach INA Market Metro Station from where the Venue West Gate Number 4 is 800 metres.
|Shuttle Drop-off Points|
|Spectators who avail of the shuttle service (bus route via Ganganath Marg) from anywhere in Delhi can de-board at Thyagaraj Park and walk down a distance of 200 metres to the venue (West Gate Number 4).
|Park and Walk|
|Spectators can park their vehicles at the following parking areas and walk down to the venue:
Kendriya Vidyalay School, Vikas Sadan to Venue Gate (Number 4) -100 metres
Sarvodya Vidyalaya to Venue Gate (Number 4) - 150 metres