List of sports venues in the Greater Manila Area

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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.

Arenas[edit]

Venue Location Tenants/Use Capacity Opened Notes
Alonte Sports Arena Biñan, Laguna General 6,500 2013
Blue Eagle Gym Quezon City Ateneo Blue Eagles 7,500 1949
Cuneta Astrodome Pasay NAASCU Collegiate Basketball, Philippine Basketball Association, Philippine Super Liga 12,000 1993
Filoil Flying V Centre San Juan Filoil Flying V Cup Collegiate Basketball, UAAP Collegiate Basketball, NCAA Collegiate Basketball, Shakey's V-League Collegiate Volleyball 5,000 2006
Makati Coliseum Makati NAASCU Collegiate Basketball 3,000 1998
Mall of Asia Arena Pasay Philippine Basketball Association, Manila Mavericks, Philippines men's national basketball team, UAAP Collegiate Basketball, NCAA Collegiate Basketball, Shakey's V-League Collegiate Volleyball 20,000 2012
Ninoy Aquino Stadium Malate Philippine Basketball Association 6,000 1953
Philippine Arena Santa Maria, Bulacan General 55,000 2014 World's largest indoor arena
PhilSports Arena Pasig Philippine Basketball Association, UAAP Collegiate Basketball 10,000 1985
Rizal Memorial Coliseum Malate Philippines women's national basketball team, Philippine Collegiate Champions League 8,000 1934
San Juan Gym San Juan General 2,000 2001
Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Philippine Basketball Association, Philippines men's national basketball team, UAAP Collegiate Basketball, NCAA Collegiate Basketball 25,000 1960
UST Quadricentennial Pavilion Sampaloc UST Growling Tigers 5,792 2011
Ynares Center Antipolo, Rizal Philippine Basketball Association 12,000 2001
Ynares Sports Arena Pasig General 3,000 2008

Stadiums[edit]

Venue Location Tenants/Use Capacity Opened Notes
Amoranto Sports Complex Main Stadium Quezon City General 15,000 1966
Ateneo Moro Lorenzo Field Quezon City UAAP Collegiate Football, Ateneo Blue Booters, Agila F.C. 2001
Biñan Football Field Biñan, Laguna General 2,500 2015
FEU Diliman Field[1] Quezon City UAAP Collegiate Football, FEU Tamaraw Booters 2013
Gatorade-Chelsea Blue Pitch[2] Makati
Circuit Makati
Chelsea FC 2014
Marikina Sports Complex Football Field Marikina General 15,000 1969
McKinley Hill Stadium Bonifacio Global City United Football League 2,000 2013
Nomads Field[3] Parañaque United Football League, Manila Nomads Sports Club 1969
Philippine Sports Stadium Bocaue, Bulacan General 20,000 2014
PhilSports Football and Athletics Stadium Pasig Philippines national football team, Philippines women's national football team, National Capital Region F.A. 20,000 1985
Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium Malate Philippines national baseball team, Baseball Philippines, UAAP Collegiate Baseball 10,000 1934
Rizal Memorial Stadium Malate Philippines national football team, Philippines women's national football team, Philippines national rugby union team, United Football League, UAAP Collegiate Football, NCAA Collegiate Football 12,000 1934
Rosario Sports Complex Field Pasig Philippines men's national softball team 1990
Turf BGC[4] Bonifacio Global City General 2012
University of Makati Stadium Makati United Football League, UMak Herons 4,000 1972
University of Santo Tomas Field Sampaloc UST Growling Tigers

Racing venues[edit]

Motor racing tracks[edit]

Horse-racing tracks[edit]

Others[edit]

Bowling alleys[edit]

Golf[edit]

Ice rinks[edit]

Jai alai[edit]

Marina[edit]

Polo and equestrian[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Guerrero, Bob (25 February 2014). "FEU-FERN's new Football pitch: Artificial grass comes to QC". Yahoo Sports. Retrieved 13 August 2015. 
  2. ^ Olivares, Rick (21 January 2014). "Gatorade Chelsea FC Blue Pitch unveiled". Philippine Star. Retrieved 13 August 2015. 
  3. ^ Reyes, Mary Ann Ll. (15 August 2012). "Law suits plague sports club". Philippine Star. Retrieved 13 August 2015. 
  4. ^ "Turf's Up: First artificial football turf opens in Bonifacio Global City". Bases Conversion and Development Authority. 9 February 2012. Retrieved 13 August 2015. 
  5. ^ Sports entertainment levels up in Circuit Makati published by The Philippine Star; accessed 2014-02-05.

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