List of sports venues in the Greater Manila Area
The following is a list of sports venues found in the Greater Manila Area in the Philippines which are in current use. The newest sports venues in the metropolitan region are the Philippine Sports Stadium and the Philippine Arena in Santa Maria and Bocaue, Bulacan which opened in July 2014. They are the largest football stadium and indoor arena in the Philippines which served as the venue for some of the 2015 AFC Cup group stage matches and the first Philippine Basketball Association games for the 2014–15 season.
In 2012, the P3.6B Mall of Asia Arena opened within the SM Mall of Asia complex in Pasay. This indoor arena hosted the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship. Other popular venues in the region include the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City which hosts several professional and collegiate basketball leagues, and the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Malate which is home to both the Philippine national football team and the Philippines national rugby union team.
Motor racing tracks
- Batangas Racing Circuit (Rosario, Batangas)
- Carmona Racing Circuit (Carmona, Cavite)
- Citykart Racing, Circuit Makati (Makati)
- Clark International Speedway (Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga)
- Subic International Raceway (Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales)
- Metro Manila Turf Club (Malvar, Batangas)
- San Lazaro Race Track, San Lazaro Leisure Park (Carmona, Cavite)
- Santa Ana Race Track, Saddles & Park Leisure Club (Naic, Cavite)
- AMF-Puyat Bowling Center
- Paeng's Bowl & Billiard Room
- SM Bowling Center
- Alabang Golf Country Club (Muntinlupa)
- Army Golf Club (Fort Bonifacio)
- Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club (Quezon City)
- Capitol Hills Golf and Country Club (Quezon City)
- Club Intramuros Golf Course (Intramuros)
- Manila Golf and Country Club (Makati)
- Philippine Navy Golf Club (Fort Bonifacio)
- Veterans Golf Course (Quezon City)
- Villamor Golf Course (Pasay)
- Wack Wack Golf and Country Club (Mandaluyong)
Polo and equestrian
- Manila Polo Club (Makati)
- Britanny Tennis Club (Quezon City)
- Club Filipino (San Juan)
- Makati Sports Club (Makati)
- Philippine Columbian Sports Club (Paco)
- Quezon City Sports Club (Quezon City)
- Rizal Memorial Sports Complex (Malate)
- The Metropolitan Club (Makati)
- The Village Sports Club (Parañaque)
- Valle Verde Country Club (Pasig)
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