The Yellow Dragon sports complex is ready to welcome supporters to the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games ©Getty Images

The Yellow Dragon sports complex, which is due to host football, water polo and gymnastics competition at this year's Asian Games in Hangzhou, is ready for action, the local Bureau has claimed.

The complex has undergone a two-year renovation in preparation for the Games.

It features a 52,000-capacity main stadium, which will host some football matches, a 6,000-seater gymnasium, where gymnastic competition will take place, and an aquatics centre which can hold 2,000 people and will host water polo.

Built between 1997 and 2003, with the main stadium opening in 2000, the complex is located 18 kilometres from the Asian Games Village and includes three of the 55 competition venues to be used throughout Hangzhou 2022.

The Hangzhou Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, TV and Tourism said on Facebook: "Teamwork makes the dream work — the Hangzhou Asian Games is getting ready to race out of the blocks!

"As a branch venue for the Asian Games, the Yellow Dragon Sports Center Stadium has recently been refurbished. 

"The upgraded 'New Yellow Dragon' has finally unveiled its mysteries. 

"Hangzhou citizens can now enjoy the exciting competitions at the convenience of their doorsteps."