2 bulbs from the floodlights of the old National Stadium

These bulbs were part of the floodlights that had illuminated the old National Stadium whenever sporting events such as the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games were held there. The National Stadium at Kallang was a national icon for more than 30 years before it closed in 2007 to make way for the new Singapore Sports Hub. Officially opened in 1973 by then Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, the stadium was also a key venue for concerts of international artistes, as well as National Day Parades. Throughout the 1970s till the early 1990s, the National Stadium at Kallang was synonymous with the passionate support that home fans showed in the form of the Kallang Roar and the Kallang Wave whenever Singapore played host to the Malaysian state teams in the Malaysia Cup games.