José Abreu Coliseum
|Full name||Jose "Buga" Abreu Coliseum|
|Location||Isabela, Puerto Rico 00662|
|Gallitos de Isabela (BSN) (1996-2005; 2010-2011)
Isabela Playeras (FSVL) (2003-2005)
Jose "Buga" Abreu Coliseum (Spanish: Coliseo Jose "Buga" Abreu) is a coliseum that is located in Isabela, Puerto Rico that seats 5,000 for basketball & volleyball games. The former home for the Isabela Bantams basketball team and the Isabela Playeras. The Coliseum will host the Taekwwondo events for the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games.
The coliseum was named after a basketball player, Jose Abreu, who died in a car accident after a Bantams away game during a BSN season in the 1990s.
- "Buga Abreu". 2010 Comité Organizador de los XXI Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe Mayagüez 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
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