Singapore Sports Hub Library
In support of Singapore’s vision 2030, “Live better through sports”, the Singapore Sports Hub Library, operated by Civica Pte Ltd, is the centre of sports knowledge for the community at large as well as the sports professionals.
The Library is located at 4 Stadium Walk (S397697) and is situated adjacent to the Stadium MRT Station.
The library’s opening hours are:
Monday to Friday : 10 am to 8 pm
Saturday, Sunday, eve of Public Holiday and Public Holiday : 10 am to 9 pm.
Focusing on sports and active recreation, the library will be opened to the general public to encourage the general population to embrace sports as a healthy lifestyle.
Membership is free for all Singaporeans and PRs. Besides the sports professionals, one can expect the target library users to range from the working adults and students, to every man on the street, including the young and the old.
Supporting a wide range resource types from prints, audiovisuals to electronic resources, the library’s collections will be organised in broad genres namely Sports & Recreations; Training & Coaching; Heath & Fitness; Memoirs, Biographies & Stories; Business & Management; Science & Medical; Arts & Culture and General.
In addition to providing sports related library’s resources and services, Civica also plans and develops library activities and programmes to support the events and programmes in Sports Hub and to cater to different types of users including sports professionals, those who are active in sports and those who are keen to make sports a part of their life.
Other facilities available in the library will include video viewing stations, virtual sports stations, giant chess and checkers, internet stations, meeting rooms, and kids zone.
Facilities & Services
The following services are available in the Singapore Sports Hub Library:
Welcoming you on our first level are our friendly library staff. They are available for individual assistance when you need help in the following areas:
- Assist in loan services
- Assist in the operating of equipment in the library
- Enquiries, requests, etc
- User education: – The briefing includes a demonstration on the use of Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) and its features such as new titles, online renewal and reservation, as well as briefing on the range of research tools and resources available such as subscribed databases, periodicals, etc.
Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
- Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
- Online renewal
- Information of loan records and patron records
- Information on library’s policy and opening hours
- New arrivals listing
- Internet browsing
- Online renewal
- Newspaper browsing
The Library sends email notification for the following:
- Loan reminders
- Overdue reminders
Self Service Borrowing
You can borrow books quickly and conveniently using the self-service loan machines. You will require your identification card.
Self Service Bookdrop
Members can return their books through the bookdrop 24/7.
Occupying 2 levels, the fully air-conditioned Library offers an array of well-equipped facilities such as the following:
- Information Service Counter
- OPAC Zone
- Inernet Zone
- Self Service Zone
- Self Service Book Drop
- 2 Multi-Purpose Rooms (For enquiries on booking of the multi-purpose rooms, please contact Library Staff)
- Video Viewing Zone
- Free Wireless Network
- Mass Screening (Lunch time Screening)
- V.Sports (X Box Stations)
Level 1 is designed to be the interactive and activity space for the Library programmes. Level 2 houses the Library’s collection.