In the perfect setting of Award-winning Sportscampus Zuiderpark international experts will converge on 24 May to discuss international trends in the design and operation of indoor sports and leisure facilities. How much standardisation can sports halls afford? How suited at all is the standard sports hall to modern needs? How can we foster the development of modern modules for usage patterns and spatial qualities, as well as their implementation in decision-making processes and planning procedures?
Located at the heart of the historic Zuiderpark, the EUR 50 million sports campus is an innovative collaboration of alliances between education, sport, sports science and the community, for both the municipality of The Hague and its private partners: the Haagse Hogeschool and ROC Mondriaan. The overriding aim is to emphasise the importance of sport and exercise through learning and engagement, for the amateur as well as the elite athlete, using sport as the inspiration to deliver a healthier society. The 34,000 m² sports campus includes a gymnastics hall, beach sports hall, spectator arena and a multi-purpose sports hall, as well as a variety of sports science and education spaces.
room rate per night p.p. EUR 109 including Continental buffet breakfast, Wireless internet and 9% VAT. The local city tax at EUR 5.35 per person per nicht is excluded from the room rates. EUR 10.00 double use supplement
Sportcampus Zuiderpark received a Gold Medal at the 2019 IOC IAKS Awards for Exemplary Sports and Leisure Facilities.
The jury found that “The Sportcampus is thoughtfully designed and supports the building‘s main aim which is to activate a broad range of users into motion and support a healthy lifestyle. The sports centre achieves this through intelligence and grace.”
• Tram line 16 in the direction of Wateringen (Loevesteinlaan stop)
• Bus 26 towards Zuiderpark
From Rijswijk train station:
• Bus 50 or 51 towards Grote Markt, Veluweplein stop
Address for navigation system: Meester P. Droogleever Fortuynweg 69
The most convenient route is from Prins Clausplein via exit 11 Rijswijk. The Prinses Beatrixlaan takes you straight to the Zuiderpark.
650 parking spaces in and around the Zuiderpark on the street "Melis Stokelaan"
7 parking spaces for people with a disability (navigation: Meester P. Droogleever Fortuynweg 22
Car park Leyweg 1 (Leyweg 791, 650 parking spaces) - 20 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by public transport
Car park Leyweg 2 (Hengelolaan 170Z, 350 parking spaces)
The Zuiderpark sports campus is easily accessible for wheelchair users, and the sports halls and grandstands can be reached by elevator. These are located directly behind the reception at the main entrance.
Partners of the 2022 Conference on Innovative Indoor Sports and Leisure Facilities