Kranji Secondary School Pitch

Kranji Secondary School Soccer Pitch (Grass Field)
Singapore – West Region
Address: 61 Choa Chu Kang Street 51 Singapore 689333
Costs: $50/slot (FOR 2 HOURS)
Booking Method:

Google Map:

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How To Get There:

By Car:

  1. From KJE exit 4 From Pie (Choa Chu Kang) towards BKE Near Choa Chu Kang West Flyover,
  2. Take Slip Road to Choa Chu Kang Way and
  3. Turn right to Choa Chu Kang North 5 and
  4. Turn right to Choa Chu Kang Street 51 -Kranji Secondary School.

By Public Transport:

  1. From Choa Chu Kang Interchange, take 302.
  2. Alight along Choa Chu Kang Way in front of Kranji Secondary School.

Kranji Secondary School Pitch Review:


Nearby Facilities:

|Kranji Secondary School Soccer Pitch|

|Kranji Secondary School Soccer Court|

|Kranji Secondary School Soccer Field|



Founded in  1995, Kranji Secondary School was temporarily housed for that year in Chestnut Drive Secondary with a Secondary One cohort.  The school moved to its present campus a year later, in 1996. From the very beginning, the school was a mixed school with both sexes and included students from all three streams – Express, Normal Academic and Normal Technical.

While the name Kranji is often associated with the part of Woodlands in the north of Singapore, its namesake, Kranji Secondary is located away from Woodlands and is nestled in North 5, Choa Chu Kang St 51.

While there are no official documentations, research shows that the name Kranji is derived from the Keranji trees which are members of the leguminous family which are commonly found in the forests of Peninsula Malaysia and Indonesia, Sabah and Sarawak. The trees are sturdy and tall rainforest trees that bear black velvet-like pods filled with ‘dried-fruit-like’ flesh. These trees are found on flat and hilly lands but not in swamps. The Keranji tree is made of a type of timber that is characterised by its strong tenacity. In a constantly fast evolving world, the school wants to nurture students who are resilient, sturdy and unfazed by these changes, and instead adapt to the changing circumstances.