The Morodok Techo National Sports Complex is an approved but unbuilt Olympic-style facility in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The complex would be Cambodia’s first modern multipurpose and international standard sports facility. A 94-hectare plot earmarked for the development will require the filling in of part of Pong Peay lake, which is located between Phnom Penh Thmey village in Sen Sok district and Tuol Sangkae commune in Russey Keo near the Ly Yong Phat bridge.
The current plans include six arenas and a huge weights training gym for up to 1,500 elite athletes. The 43,000-seat main stadium will cover a plot of nine hectares and house a football pitch and running track. A multipurpose indoor stadium on 3.6 hectares will seat 15,000 spectators while a swimming centre on a similarly sized parcel of land will be able to host 6,000 aquatics fanatics.