List of indoor arenas in the Philippines

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This is a list of indoor arenas in the Philippines.

Arenas for major sports, collegiate sports, and entertainment events[edit]

Major professional sports conducted in indoor arenas in the Philippines include basketball (PBA, PBA D-League, and ABL) and boxing. Collegiate sports (like of the NCAA and UAAP) include basketball, volleyball, contact sports (judo and taekwondo), and cheerdance competitions.

Entertainment events include concerts and musical performances, anniversary shows, and professional wrestling shows.

Metro Manila[edit]

AATF Sports Complex Imus City Cavite 14,000 2010

Arena Location Maximum Seating Capacity Year Opened Remarks
Cuneta Astrodome Pasay 12,000 1993
Filoil Flying V Arena San Juan City 5,000 2006 formerly The Arena in San Juan
Makati Coliseum Makati 3,000 1998
Mall of Asia Arena Pasay 20,000 2012[1] set to be the home court of the National University (UAAP); part of the SM Mall of Asia Complex
Ninoy Aquino Stadium Manila 6,000 1989 Part of the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
PhilSports Arena Pasig 10,000 1985 formerly the PSC Sports Arena and ULTRA; part of the Philippine Institute of Sports Complex
Rizal Memorial Coliseum Manila 8,000 1934 Part of the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City 16,000 1960 Dubbed as the largest indoor facility in Southeast Asia[2]
Ynares Sports Arena Pasig 3,000 2008 Home of the Philippine Patriots (ABL) and the San Miguel Beermen (PBA)
San Juan Gym San Juan City 2,000 unknown

On-campus arenas[edit]

Arena/Venue Home Campus Location Province/Region Maximum Seating Capacity Year Opened Remarks
Blue Eagle Gym Ateneo de Manila University Quezon City Metro Manila 7,500 1949 formerly the Loyola Center
La Salle Coliseum University of St. La Salle Bacolod City Negros Occidental 8,000 1998
Olivarez Sports Center Olivarez College Parañaque City Metro Manila 3,000
Quadricentennial Pavilion University of Sto. Tomas Manila Metro Manila 5,792 2009 also known as the UST Sports Complex
USA Gymnasium University of San Agustin Iloilo City Iloilo 5,000
University of Baguio Gym University of Baguio Baguio City Benguet 3,000
West Negros University Gym West Negros University Bacolod City Negros Occidental
Xavier University Gym Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan Cagayan de Oro City Misamis Oriental
Holy Cross of Davao College Gym (HCDC) Holy Cross of Davao College Davao City Davao del Sur 7,000 2001
Central Philippine University Gym (CPU) Central Philippine University Iloilo City Iloilo 2005

Provincial arenas[edit]

Arena Location Province Maximum Seating Capacity Year Opened Remarks
Cebu Coliseum Cebu City Cebu 5,000 1962
DOSCST Gym Mati, Davao Oriental Davao Oriental 5,000
Capiz Gymnasium Roxas City Capiz 4,000
Alonte Sports Arena Biñan, Laguna Laguna 6,000 2013
Dinggoy Roxas Civic Center Roxas City Capiz 5,000
Cong. Lamberto L. Macias Sports and Cultural Center Dumaguete Negros Oriental 4,000 [3]
KJC King Dome* Davao City Davao del Sur 30,000
Davao del Sur Coliseum Digos City Davao del Sur 7,000 2010
Naga City Coliseum Naga City Camarines Sur 12,000 2010
Ormoc City Superdome Ormoc City Leyte 8,000 1995
Hoops Dome Lapu-Lapu City Cebu 6,000 2008
Philippine Arena Bocaue Bulacan 50,000 2014 World's largest indoor arena
Puerto Princesa City Coliseum Puerto Princesa Palawan 6,000 2003
Tacloban Convention Center Tacloban Leyte 4,000 2006
Ynares Center Antipolo Rizal 12,000 1990s
Zamboanga City Coliseum Zamboanga City Zamboanga del Sur 8,000 2002
* - under construction


  1. ^ "SM Arena: Home of NCAA 88, UAAP Season 75". 2011-06-29. Retrieved 2012-01-12. 
  2. ^ Henson, Quinito (2008-11-19). "Mecca of sports". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2012-01-12. 
  3. ^ Negros Oriental Tourism, retrieved 2012-01-12 .