Ministry of Sports moves forward with organizing Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Bangkok Ministry of Tourism and Sports Fully moving forward to host the 6th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games at Rajamangala Stadium. Ready to organize a qualifying game for the 2026 World Cup against China on 16 Nov.

Miss Sudawan Wang Suphakit Koson The Minister of Tourism and Sports assigned Mr. Nanat Hongchuwet, Advisor to the Minister of Tourism and Sports. Chaired a meeting to follow up on the progress of organizing the 6th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, which will be held on February 24 - March 6 next year at the Sports Authority of Thailand. Mr. Nanat revealed that the Prime Minister has tried to speed up the operation. and provide a policy that must proceed with organizing the competition to take place after the competition has already been postponed

Dr. Kongsak added that This event will use a budget of approximately 1,700 million baht, competing in 37 sports, competing for 359 gold medals, and having one more demonstration sport, Techball, competing for 5 gold medals, at 12 stadiums in Bangkok and 11 in Chonburi. After that, the group traveled to inspect readiness. of the competition administration center on the 6th floor of the building, including following up on the progress of repairs to the Hua Mak indoor stadium building for the opening and closing ceremonies of the competition. which will be completed in December.

There was also a survey of the readiness of Rajamangala Stadium. Before the Thai national team competes in the 2026 World Cup Asian qualifying round on November 16 in the home game against China. The Governor of SAT revealed that the stadium was complete and in good order. As for the schedule for using the field for other cases, such as concerts, the distance has been planned and will not overlap or affect the competition program.

Source: Thai News Agency

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