happenings this month Dubai Sports World Opens In April
Dubai Sports World Opens In April
Updated on 30 March 2022

Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) along with the Dubai Sports Council (DSC) has announced the 12th edition of the Dubai Sports World.

The hub will run from 1 April to 21 September and will offer six months of indoor sporting facilities from football, cricket, padel, tennis and more.

The venue will operate at full capacity and will offer 42 different courts for sports including batting and bowling nets for cricket, two tennis courts, 18 badminton courts, eight table tennis tables, two padel courts, three basketball courts and two volleyball courts.

Located at Za'abeel Halls 3 to 6 at DWTC, the hub will be open to all from 8am to 12am, daily, with the courts open till 1am during Ramadan.

Prices for the courts start at Dhs 20 with coaching, academies and summer camps available.

For more information, visit the Dubai Sports World website.

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