The Main Aquatics Centre will be home to all diving, Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming, and Water Polo events – This new stadium, currently being built for the 2015 FISU Universiade, will be built especially with Aquatics in mind and tailored to all every possible need of athletes, officials and VIPs.
As a home to the 2015 Universiade aquatics events, the Main Aquatics Centre will already have all the-state-of-the-art aquatics focused on technology on hand. Of course, an exciting redevelopment project with enhanced and updated aquatics technology will be completed in 2018, in time for the 2019 World Championships, ensuring that Gwangju 2019 will be an event like never before.
This venue will be the heart of the World Championships, providing the perfect backdrop for the Aquatics Festival where fans and partners can gather to enjoy the festivals.
Aquatics Centre : Aquatics Centre will be the venue for Swimming and Diving competitions. There will be a swimming pool, a diving pool, a training pool and a warm-up pool in the venue. Aquatics Centre will be built for the Gwangju Summer Universiade 2015, and will be revamped and utilized for FINA World Championships 2019. 11,410 temporary seats will be constructed for the event, in addition to existing seats of 3,590.
Swimming pool – consists of 10 lanes with a dimension of 50 meters long, 25 meters wide, and 3 meters deep.
Diving pool – dimension of the pool will be 33 meters long, 25 meters wide, and 5 meters deep.