|Full name||Bongbong Roxy Vestidas Dorlas|
|Date of birth||2 September 1987|
|Place of birth||The Hague, Netherlands|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2007–2008||San Beda College|
|2010–2015||Loyola Meralco Sparks|
|2017||Meralco Manila (assistant)|
|2018||Philippines U19 (assistant)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Bongbong Roxy Vestidas Dorlas (born 2 September 1987) is a Filipino football coach and former player. He is currently the chairman of Loyola, and was the first head coach of Philippines Football League (PFL) club Maharlika Manila.
Dorlas grew up in The Hague, Netherlands. Every two years he and his parents would go to the Philippines, the home country of his mother, for a vacation. At age 17, Dorlas and his family moved to the Philippines.
Dorlas was invited by the high school coach of the girls' football varsity team of San Beda College to join the school's men's varsity team after he was seen kicking a ball. Dorlas' sister was a player of the school's football team. Dorlas joined a training session with the men's varsity team and decided to study at San Beda and suit for the school's team.
Dorlas played for Mendiola FC 1991. He joined the Loyola Meralco Sparks in 2011 and with the club won the 2013 UFL Cup and 2014–15 PFF National Men's Club Championship. He left Loyola in 2015 to join Global F.C.
In 2015, Dorlas was coaching the under-15 team of Loyola. In January 2017, after a brief playing stint with Global FC, Dorlas returns to Loyola as part of head coach Aris Caslib's staff which marked the end of his playing career.
On 24 August 2020 he was appointed as the first ever head coach of newly organized Maharlika Football Club.
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