Cebu Coliseum

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New Cebu Coliseum
Location Sanciangko St., Cebu City, Philippines
Coordinates 10°17′48″N 123°53′44″E / 10.29667°N 123.89556°E / 10.29667; 123.89556Coordinates: 10°17′48″N 123°53′44″E / 10.29667°N 123.89556°E / 10.29667; 123.89556
Owner University of Cebu
Operator University of Cebu
Capacity 5,000
Opened 1962
Tenants
CESAFI (2001-present)
University of Cebu
Cebu Gems (1998–2002)

The New Cebu Coliseum, commonly called and known by locals as Cebu Coliseum, is an indoor arena in Cebu City, Philippines. Its seating capacity is around 5,000. The coliseum hosts various sports events and concerts in Cebu and is the primary venue for CESAFI games. It was also the home of the Cebu Gems of the MBA On August 4, 1962, one of the very first events it hosted was a fight between hometown hero Gabriel "Flash" Elorde and Japanese boxer Terou Kosaka. It was their second of their four fights in a span of 4 years (1961-1965).

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