José Abreu Coliseum

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Jose "Buga" Abreu Coliseum
Coliseo Jose "Buga" Abreu
Full name Jose "Buga" Abreu Coliseum
Location Isabela, Puerto Rico 00662
Capacity 5,000+
Construction
Built 1996
Tenants
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.[1]

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Buga Abreu". 2010 Comité Organizador de los XXI Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe Mayagüez 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-04. 

Coordinates: 18°29′22″N 67°01′29″W / 18.489582°N 67.024644°W / 18.489582; -67.024644