Soccer Fields in Queenstown
Are you a Queenstown Resident? Looking for a soccer court/field/pitch to play soccer with your friends? We have made the search easy for you by preparing a list of soccer fields that are in Queenstown. This will also allow you to find out more details of the individual pitches or Soccer Fields in Queenstown through the links below：
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Queenstown is one of the early housing estates in Singapore, built before Toa Payoh and Ang Mo Kio, and was a test bed for much of Singapore’s public housing. Queenstown is located at the central-western end of the island about five to eight kilometres from the city.
Queenstown was subsequently chosen by Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT) as a site for housing development due to its proximity to the successful first public housing scheme in Tiong Bahru. Construction of Queenstown’s first estate, Princess Margaret Estate, began in July 1952.
The area continued to develop as a self-contained community. Some of the facilities and amenities developed included the Town Centre and the Swimming and Sports Complex. The former was fully completed in 1969 with three cinemas and a variety of outlets including an emporium, a fresh food market, a maternity and child health centre, a bowling alley and a nightclub cum restaurant. The swimming complex was completed in August 1970.