List of indoor arenas in the Philippines

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This is a list of indoor arenas in the Philippines.

Arenas used for professional and collegiate sports and used for entertainment[edit]

Arenas that are included in this list are venues for basketball (PBA, PBA D-League, ABL), volleyball (PSL, Shakey's V-League) and boxing. Collegiate sports (like the NCAA, UAAP and CESAFI) include basketball, volleyball, contact sports (judo and taekwondo), and cheerdance competitions. It also includes arenas used for entertainment events including concerts and musical performances, anniversary shows, and professional wrestling shows. Only arenas which has a capacity of 2,000 or more that has hosted at least one of the events previously mentioned are included in this list.

Metro Manila[edit]

Arena Location Maximum Seating Capacity Year Opened Remarks
Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City 25,000 1960 Dubbed as the largest indoor facility in Southeast Asia[1]
Mall of Asia Arena Pasay 20,000 2012 [2] set to be the home court of the National University (UAAP); part of the SM Mall of Asia Complex
Cuneta Astrodome Pasay 12,000 1993
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
Marikina Sports Complex Marikina 7,000 1969 Renovated in 2001
Ninoy Aquino Stadium Manila 6,000 1989 Part of the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
Filoil Flying V Centre San Juan City 5,000 2006 formerly known as The Arena in San Juan, and Filoil Flying V Arena
Makati Coliseum Makati 3,000 1998
Muntinlupa Sports Center Muntinlupa 3,000
San Andres Gym San Andres, Manila 3,000 former home of the Manila Metrostars of the now-defunct MBA
Ynares Sports Arena Pasig 3,000 2008 former home of the AirAsia Philippine Patriots and the San Miguel Beermen of the ABL
JCSGO Gym Quezon City 2,000
San Juan Gym San Juan City 2,000

On-campus arenas[edit]

Arena School Location Province Capacity Year Opened Remarks
Citadel Sports Arena Southern City Colleges Zamboanga City Zamboanga 10,000 Under Construction, To be completed in 2018
La Salle Coliseum University of St. La Salle Bacolod Negros Occidental 8,000 1995
Blue Eagle Gym Ateneo de Manila University Quezon City Metro Manila 7,500 1949 formerly the Loyola Center
Quadricentennial Pavilion University of Sto. Tomas Manila Metro Manila 6,000 2009 also known as the UST Sports Complex
USA Gymnasium University of San Agustin Iloilo City Iloilo 5,000
Angeles University Foundation Sports Arena Angeles University Foundation Angeles City Pampanga 5,000
USEP Gymnasium University of Southeastern Philippines Davao City Davao del Sur 5,000 2012
MSU-IIT Gymnasium Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology Iligan City Iligan 5,000[3] 1968
Urios Gym Father Saturnino Urios University Butuan City Agusan del Norte 5,000 1997 Also known as FSUU Gym, Fr. Urios Gym, and Butuan Urios Gym. Former home of the Surigao Miners/Warriors in the now-defunct Metropolitan Basketball Association. Renovate in 2016.
Aznar Coliseum Southwestern University Cebu City Cebu 4,000
Recoletos Coliseum University of San Jose–Recoletos Cebu City Cebu 4,000 1984
Olivarez College Gym Olivarez College Parañaque Metro Manila 3,500
Xavier University Gym Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan Cagayan de Oro Misamis Oriental 3,500 Hosted the 2015 SEABA Under-16 Championship
One SCC Civic Center Southern City Colleges West Campus Zamboanga City Zamboanga 3,500 2016
Araullo University Gym Araullo University Cabanatuan Nueva Ecija 3,000
Recoletos 4th Centennial Gymnasium San Sebastian College–Recoletos de Cavite Cavite City Cavite 3,000 2004
University of Baguio Gym University of Baguio Baguio Benguet 3,000
Holy Cross of Davao College Gym Holy Cross of Davao College Davao City Davao del Sur 3,000 2001
De La Salle Lipa SENTRUM De La Salle Lipa Lipa Batangas 2,500 1995
Rizal Memorial Colleges Gym Rizal Memorial Colleges Davao City Davao del Sur 2,500
Central Philippine University Gym Central Philippine University Iloilo City Iloilo 2,000 2005
University of the Assumption Gym University of the Assumption City of San Fernando Pampanga 2,000
West Negros University Gym West Negros University Bacolod Negros Occidental 2,000
FSUU Morelos Gym Father Saturnino Urios University Butuan City Agusan del Norte 2,000 2008 Hosted the 2011 National Schools Press Conference.
Fr. Bellarmine Baltasar Gymnasium San Beda College Alabang Muntinlupa City Metro Manila 1,000 Hosts the NCAA South.

Provincial arenas[edit]

Arena Location Province Maximum Seating Capacity Year Opened Remarks
Philippine Arena Bocaue Bulacan 55,000 2014 World's largest indoor arena
Mayor Vitaliano D. Agan Coliseum Zamboanga City Zamboanga del Sur 10,000 2002
Ynares Center Antipolo Rizal 12,000 1990s
Naga City Coliseum Naga City Camarines Sur 12,000 2010
Mindanao Civic Center Tubod Lanao del Norte 12,000
(AATF SPORTS COMPLEX) Apostle Arsenio T. Ferriol Sports Complex Imus, Cavite Cavite 10,420 April 2010 *The first indoor sports center build by the religious organization. [4]
Ormoc City Superdome Ormoc City Leyte 10,000 1995
Puerto Princesa City Coliseum Puerto Princesa Palawan 8,000 2003 [5]
Victorias City Coliseum Victorias, Negros Occidental Negros Occidental 8,000 2007
Ibalong Centrum for Recreation Legazpi, Albay Albay 8,000 2010
Davao del Sur Coliseum Digos City Davao del Sur 7,000 2010
Dipolog City Sports Complex Dipolog City Zamboanga del Norte 7,000 2010
Quezon Convention Center Lucena City Quezon 7,000 2001
Alonte Sports Arena Biñan, Laguna Laguna 6,500 2013
Capiz Gymnasium Roxas City Capiz 6,000
Hoops Dome Lapu-Lapu City Cebu 6,000 2008
Lagao Gymnasium General Santos South Cotabato 6,000
Panabo City Tourism, Cultural and Sports Center Panabo Davao del Norte 6,000 2007
Albay Astrodome Legazpi Albay 5,000
Cebu Coliseum Cebu City Cebu 5,000 1962
Malolos Sports and Convention Center Malolos Bulacan 5,000 2010
Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center Lingayen, Pangasinan Pangasinan 5,000 1995
Tacloban City Convention Center Tacloban City Leyte 5,000 2006
Cagayan Sports Coliseum Tuguegarao City, Cagayan Cagayan 5,000 2015
Urdaneta Sports Center Urdaneta, Pangasinan Pangasinan 5,000
Bago Coliseum Bago, Negros Occidental Negros Occidental 4,000 1995
Bataan People's Center Balanga, Bataan Bataan 4,000
Batangas City Coliseum Batangas City Batangas 4,000 Also known as Batangas City Sports Center
Cong. Lamberto L. Macias Sports and Cultural Center Dumaguete Negros Oriental 4,000 [6]
Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex Mandaue City Cebu 4,000
Butuan Polysports Basketball Arena Butuan City Agusan Del Norte 4,000 2016 [7][8][9]
Surigao Provincial Sports Complex - Gymnasium Surigao City Surigao Del Norte 3,500 2010
ABL Sports & Cultural Complex Kalibo, Aklan Aklan 3,000 1994
Bren Z. Guiao Sports Complex and Convention Center City of San Fernando Pampanga 3,000
DOSCST Gym Mati, Davao Oriental Davao Oriental 3,000
Josefina T. Albano Sports Center Cabagan, Isabela Isabela 3,000
Santo Domingo Coliseum Santo Domingo, Ilocos Sur Ilocos Sur 3,000
Kim Lope A. Asis Memorial Gymnasium Bayugan Agusan del Sur 3,000 2009
San Luis Sports Complex Santa Cruz, Laguna Laguna 2,500 former home of the Laguna Lakers in the now-defunct Metropolitan Basketball Association
Negros Occidental Multi-Purpose Activity Center Bacolod Negros Occidental 2,000 2000s
Bacolod Arts & Youth Sports Center Bacolod Negros Occidental 2,000
Danao Civic Center Danao, Cebu Cebu 2,000 2003
Davao City Recreation Center Davao City Davao del Sur 2,000
Dinggoy Roxas Civic Center Roxas City Capiz 2,000
Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Sports and Cultural Center Argao, Cebu Cebu 2,000 2008
Pacoy Ortega Gym San Fernando, La Union La Union 2,000
Subic Gym Subic, Zambales Zambales 2,000
Baliuag Star Arena Baliuag, Bulacan Bulacan 2,000
Sta. Rosa Arena Santa Rosa, Laguna Laguna 2,000

Future arenas[edit]

Arena Location Province/Region Maximum Seating Capacity Projected Opening Remarks
KJC King Dome Davao City Davao del Sur 50-70,000 TBA The Largest Indoor dome in the world
Southern City Colleges Citadel Sports Arena Zamboanga City Zamboanga 10,000 Not later than 2019
Bacolod City Arena Bacolod City Negros Occidental TBA Not later than 2019
Solaire Arena Parañaque Metro Manila TBA Not later than 2019
Caloocan Sports Complex Caloocan Metro Manila 3,000 2017

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