The Mong Kok Stadium was formerly known as the Army Stadium and was taken over by the former Urban Council in 1961. It is now managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. The stadium mainly provides venues for the Hong Kong Football Association to hold competitions, such as local football leagues and various cups, international football matches (such as the Asian Football Association Cup) and other football matches and training for the Hong Kong football team.
The Mong Kok Stadium has a number of barrier-free facilities, including entrance and exit ramps, wheelchair spectators, special parking spaces for the disabled, and accessible toilets. Most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat. Wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
The Mong Kok Stadium has 42 wheelchair spaces, which is very suitable for wheelchair users to visit the game.
- There is a ramp at the main entrance of the Mong Kok Stadium, suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- During matches organized by the Hong Kong Football Association, the entrance is usually at the entrance plaza of Flower Market Road
- The aisles inside the Mong Kok Stadium are generally wide and suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons.
- There are stairs in a few places, but there are ramps for going up and down, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility can easily go up and down
- There are accessible toilets in the Mong Kok Stadium
- There are special parking spaces for the disabled in the car park of Mong Kok Stadium