The rugby sevens venue for the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games at the Cangqian Campus Stadium of Hangzhou Normal University, has passed its inspection test conducted by technical officials and organisers.
It makes it the first venue of the Asian Games to pass its completion in the Zhejiang province, according to organisers.
The rugby venue will have easy access for the public, with a station for the Cangqian Campus of Hangzhou Normal University located on the Hangzhou Metro Line 5.
This line links to some of the city's biggest landmarks such as the Grand Canal, Hangzhou Railway Station and the South Railway Station.
Hangzhou 2022 reported at the Olympic Council of Asia General Assembly in Oman last month that the Games would use 53 competition venues and that construction work was at 77 per cent.
All major work is expected to be completed by the end of March 2021, with 40 sports set to be part of the Games.
There will be a total of 61 disciplines and 482 events.
Hong Kong will be the defending Asian Games champion in the men's rugby sevens, having defeated Japan in the final in Jakarta in 2018.
Japan hold the women's title after defeating China in the 2018 final.
Hangzhou 2022 is scheduled to take place from September 10 to 25.