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Thrissur Aquatic Complex

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Capacity  10,000
Phone  081380 01546
City  Thrissur
Architect(s)  Professor C.S. Menon
Year built  1987
Opened  1987
Thrissur Aquatic Complex
Full name  Thrissur Aquatic Complex
Owner  Thrissur District Sports Council
Address  Thrissur Aquatic Complex, Karunakaran Nambiar Road, Patturaikkal, Thrissur, Kerala 680020
Hours  Open today · 7AM–7PMFriday7AM–7PMSaturday7AM–7PMSunday7AM–7PMMonday7AM–7PMTuesday7AM–7PMWednesday7AM–7PMThursday7AM–7PMSuggest an edit
Similar  Diving Pool, Swimming Pool, Regency Club, Lions Club, Banerji Memorial Club

Thrissur Aquatic Complex is a swimming pool complex situated in Thrissur city of Kerala in India.



The complex was built in 1987 in three and half acres of land and was inaugurated by former Kerala Chief Minister K. Karunakaran. Vinod Rai, then Collector of Thrissur District was instrumental in building the aquatic complex. It was the second aquatic complex built in India after the 1982 Asian Games.National Games of 1987 was the first event held in the complex. Race pool, diving pool, indoor practice pool, gymnasium are the other facilities available in the complex.

Events held

  • National Games of India: 1987
  • National Aquatic Championships (Organized by Railways): 1991
  • All India Inter-Varsity Championships: 1992
  • All India Inter-Varsity Championships: 1994
  • 56th Senior National Aquatic Championships: 2002
  • References

    Thrissur Aquatic Complex Wikipedia

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