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The new Budapest City Park sports centre built on a 3.5-hectare plot of land as part of the Liget Budapest programme is being handed over to the public tomorrow. The outdoor sports centre will be Budapest’s most versatile, catering to a dozen sports in a spruced-up green environment, Városliget Zrt chief executive Benedek Gyorgyevics said. The centre contains an artificial grass football pitch with a grandstand, a basketball arena, three multifunctional sports fields, a gym, a climbing wall and ping-pong tables, among other facilities that include full access for the disabled. Most of the amenities are available to the public free of charge, he said.