Perbadanan Stadium Malaysia
The Merdeka Stadium Corporation (MSC) was incorporated by virtue of the Federation of Malaya Act of Parliament No.11 1963. Via this Act the MSC was incorporated as the Federal Statutory Body with effect from 26 December 1963. The Act was subsequently referred to as the MSC Act 1963 (Act 433).
From henceforth the MSC has been entrusted to administer and manage the National Sports Complex which comprises 7 venues and 3 recreational parks. Herein posed a new challenge to MSC, and that is to ensure the objectives of the NSC are met, towards positioning it as a popular venue.
As a result of its impeccable track record in managing and administering the NSC, the Youth and Sports Ministry has entrusted the MSC to manage yet another Sports Complex. As at 17th November 2008 the Panasonic Sports Complex owned by Panasonic Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. was handed over to the MSC and followed by Tennis Complex and Tun Razak Hockey Stadium which located at Jalan Duta on the 1st March 2009.
To clear all the misunderstanding regarding the management of the Merdeka Stadium and Negara Stadium, MSC through the parliament had change its name from Merdeka Stadium Corporation to Malaysia Stadium Corporation which is subsequently referred to as the Laws of Malaya Act 717, Malaysia Stadium Corporation Act 2010.
The role of the PSM are:
- To administer and manage the Bukit Jalil, Bukit Kiara, Panasonic and Jalan Duta Sports Complex
- To give advice and guide to event organizers
- To promote and diversify events
- To provide complete facilities and equipment to organizers, users and spectators.
- To rent out venues with completed facilities and equipment.
The objectives of PSM are as follows:
- To provide sports facilities and sophisticated recreational spots.
- To diversify the use of the stadium
- To increase annual income and profit.
MSC believed that the implemented Quality Manage System will generate manpower that is more committed in providing services towards continual customer satisfaction.
All the four complexes are PSM's way to achieve these objectives and to make Malaysia the center for organizing sports and non sports activities, entertainment, recreational and both commercial and non commercial events.