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2007 (13 years old)


Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
(20,000 Capacity)

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Nanjing Youth Olympic Sports Park


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21 Jan 20 Zhejiang Guangsha  132 - 106  Nanjing Monkey
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The Nanjing Monkey Kings (simplified Chinese: 南京同曦大圣; traditional Chinese: 江蘇同曦大聖; pinyin: Jiāngsū Tóngxī Dàshèng) are a Chinese professional basketball team based in Nanjing, Jiangsu, which plays in the Southern Division of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). The club joined the league ahead of the 2014–15 CBA season as Jiangsu Tongxi Monkey King, after spending its first seven campaigns at the lower levels of the country's basketball hierarchy. The team was renamed the Nanjing Tongxi Monkey King after the 2016–17 CBA season.

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The Nanjing Youth Olympic Sports Park (Chinese: 南京青奥体育公园) is a sport complex located in Pukou District, Nanjing, China. Its construction was started in December 2011 as part of the venues used for 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. The complex, which occupies around 1,000,000 m2 of land, consists of a main arena with other smaller sport venues.

Main arena
The main arena consists of two parts, a 20,000 seater indoor arena and a 18,000 seater outdoor stadium. Unveiled in November 2017, the indoor arena is the largest indoor stadium in China. The indoor arena can host a wide range of sports such as basketball, badminton, ice hockey, and gymnastics competitions.

Other facilities
During the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games, some permanent and temporary venues were built such as BMX Park, rugby sevens field, hockey field, modern pentathlon course, and beach volleyball arena. There is also the Nanjing Olympic Museum located in the park.



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