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ListofindoorarenasinthePhilippines
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Contents
1 Arenasusedforprofessionalandcollegiatesportsandusedforentertainment
1.1 MetroManila
1.2 Oncampusarenas
1.3 Provincialarenas
2 Futurearenas
3 Seealso
4 References

Arenasusedforprofessionalandcollegiatesportsandusedfor
entertainment
Arenasthatareincludedinthislistarevenuesforbasketball(PBA,PBADLeague,ABL),volleyball(PSL,
Shakey'sVLeague)andboxing.Collegiatesports(liketheNCAA,UAAPandCESAFI)includebasketball,
volleyball,contactsports(judoandtaekwondo),andcheerdancecompetitions.Italsoincludesarenasusedfor
entertainmenteventsincludingconcertsandmusicalperformances,anniversaryshows,andprofessionalwrestling
shows.Onlyarenaswhichhasacapacityof2,000ormorethathashostedatleastoneoftheeventspreviously
mentionedareincludedinthislist.

MetroManila

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Maximum
Year
Arena Location Seating Remarks
Opened
Capacity
SmartAraneta Quezon
25,000 1960 DubbedasthelargestindoorfacilityinSoutheastAsia[1]
Coliseum City
MallofAsia settobethehomecourtoftheNationalUniversity
Arena
Pasay 20,000 2012[2] (UAAP)partoftheSMMallofAsiaComplex
Cuneta
Pasay 12,000 1993
Astrodome
PhilSports formerlythePSCSportsArenaandULTRApartofthe
Pasig 10,000 1985
Arena PhilippineInstituteofSportsComplex
Rizal
Memorial Manila 8,000 1934 PartoftheRizalMemorialSportsComplex
Coliseum
Marikina
Sports Marikina 7,000 1969 Renovatedin2001
Complex
NinoyAquino
Manila 6,000 1989 PartoftheRizalMemorialSportsComplex
Stadium
FiloilFlyingV SanJuan formerlyknownasTheArenainSanJuan,andFiloil
5,000 2006
Centre City FlyingVArena
Makati
Makati 3,000 1998
Coliseum
Muntinlupa
Muntinlupa 3,000
SportsCenter
SanAndres SanAndres, formerhomeoftheManilaMetrostarsofthenowdefunct
3,000
Gym Manila MBA
YnaresSports formerhomeoftheAirAsiaPhilippinePatriotsandthe
Pasig 3,000 2008
Arena SanMiguelBeermenoftheABL
Quezon
JCSGOGym 2,000
City
SanJuan
SanJuanGym 2,000
City

Oncampusarenas

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Maximum
Home Year
Arena/Venue Location Province/Region Seating Remarks
Campus Opened
Capacity
Universidadde
Universidadde Zamboanga
Zamboanga 10,000 1999
Zamboanga City
SummitCentre
LaSalle UniversityofSt.
Bacolod NegrosOccidental 8,000 1995
Coliseum LaSalle
Ateneode
Quezon formerlythe
BlueEagleGym Manila MetroManila 7,500 1949
City LoyolaCenter
University
alsoknownasthe
Quadricentennial Universityof
Manila MetroManila 6,000 2009 USTSports
Pavilion Sto.Tomas
Complex
USA Universityof
IloiloCity Iloilo 5,000
Gymnasium SanAgustin
Angeles
Angeles
University Angeles
University Pampanga 5,000
Foundation City
Foundation
SportsArena
Universityof
USEP
Southeastern DavaoCity DavaodelSur 5,000 2012
Gymnasium
Philippines
MindanaoState
MSUIIT University
Gymnasium IliganInstitute
IliganCity Iligan 5,000[3] 1968
ofTechnology
Alsoknownas
FSUUGym,Fr.
UriosGym,and
ButuanUrios
Gym.Former
homeofthe
Surigao
FatherSaturnino
UriosGym ButuanCity AgusandelNorte 5,000 1997 Miners/Warriors
UriosUniversity
inthenow
defunct
Metropolitan
Basketball
Association.
Renovatein
2016.
Southwestern
AznarColiseum CebuCity Cebu 4,000
University
Universityof
Recoletos
SanJose CebuCity Cebu 4,000 1984
Coliseum
Recoletos
OlivarezCollege
OlivarezCollege Paraaque MetroManila 3,500
Gym
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Maximum
Home Year
Arena/Venue Location Province/Region Seating Remarks
Campus Opened
Capacity
Xavier Hostedthe2015
Xavier University Cagayande SEABAUnder
MisamisOriental 3,500
UniversityGym Ateneode Oro 16
Cagayan Championship
Western
WMSU Zamboanga
MindanaoState ZamboangadelSur 3,500 1998
Gymnasium City
University
Araullo Araullo
Cabanatuan NuevaEcija 3,000
UniversityGym University
SanSebastian
Recoletos4th
College
Centennial CaviteCity Cavite 3,000 2004
Recoletosde
Gymnasium
Cavite
Universityof Universityof
Baguio Benguet 3,000
BaguioGym Baguio
HolyCrossof
HolyCrossof
DavaoCollege DavaoCity DavaodelSur 3,000 2001
DavaoCollege
Gym
DeLaSalleLipa
DeLaSalleLipa Lipa Batangas 2,500 1995
SENTRUM
RizalMemorial RizalMemorial
DavaoCity DavaodelSur 2,500
CollegesGym Colleges
Central Central
Philippine Philippine IloiloCity Iloilo 2,000 2005
UniversityGym University
Universityofthe
Universityofthe CityofSan
Assumption Pampanga 2,000
Assumption Fernando
Gym
WestNegros WestNegros
Bacolod NegrosOccidental 2,000
UniversityGym University
Hostedthe2011
FSUUMorelos FatherSaturnino NationalSchools
ButuanCity AgusandelNorte 2,000 2008
Gym UriosUniversity Press
Conference.
Fr.Bellarmine
SanBeda Muntinlupa HoststheNCAA
Baltasar MetroManila 1,000
CollegeAlabang City South.
Gymnasium

Provincialarenas

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Maximum
Year
Arena Location Province Seating Remarks
Opened
Capacity
PhilippineArena Bocaue Bulacan 55,000 2014 World'slargestindoorarena
MayorVitalianoD.Agan Zamboanga Zamboanga
15,000[4] 2002
Coliseum City delSur
YnaresCenter Antipolo Rizal 12,000 1990s
Camarines
NagaCityColiseum NagaCity 12,000 2010
Sur
Lanaodel
MindanaoCivicCenter Tubod 12,000
Norte
(AATFSPORTSCOMPLEX) *Thefirstindoorsports
Imus, [5]
ApostleArsenioT.Ferriol Cavite 10,420 April2010 centerbuildbythe
Cavite
SportsComplex religiousorganization.
OrmocCitySuperdome OrmocCity Leyte 10,000 1995
PuertoPrincesaCity Puerto [6]
Palawan 8,000 2003
Coliseum Princesa
Victorias,
Negros
VictoriasCityColiseum Negros 8,000 2007
Occidental
Occidental
IbalongCentrumfor Legazpi,
Albay 8,000 2010
Recreation Albay
Davaodel
DavaodelSurColiseum DigosCity 7,000 2010
Sur
Dipolog Zamboanga
DipologCitySportsComplex 7,000 2010
City delNorte
QuezonConventionCenter LucenaCity Quezon 7,000 2001
Bian,
AlonteSportsArena Laguna 6,500 2013
Laguna
CapizGymnasium RoxasCity Capiz 6,000
LapuLapu
HoopsDome Cebu 6,000 2008
City
General South
LagaoGymnasium 6,000
Santos Cotabato
PanaboCityTourism, Davaodel
Panabo 6,000 2007
CulturalandSportsCenter Norte
AlbayAstrodome Legazpi Albay 5,000
CebuColiseum CebuCity Cebu 5,000 1962
MalolosSportsand
Malolos Bulacan 5,000 2010
ConventionCenter
NarcisoRamosSportsand Lingayen,
Pangasinan 5,000 1995
CivicCenter Pangasinan
TaclobanCityConvention Tacloban
Leyte 5,000 2006
Center City

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Maximum
Year
Arena Location Province Seating Remarks
Opened
Capacity
Tuguegarao
CagayanSportsColiseum City, Cagayan 5,000 2015
Cagayan
Urdaneta,
UrdanetaSportsCenter Pangasinan 5,000
Pangasinan
Bago,
Negros
BagoColiseum Negros 4,000 1995
Occidental
Occidental
Balanga,
BataanPeople'sCenter Bataan 4,000
Bataan
Batangas AlsoknownasBatangas
BatangasCityColiseum Batangas 4,000
City CitySportsCenter
Cong.LambertoL.Macias Negros [7]
Dumaguete 4,000
SportsandCulturalCenter Oriental
MandaueCitySportsand Mandaue
Cebu 4,000
CulturalComplex City
ButuanPolysportsBasketball AgusanDel [8][9][10]
ButuanCity 4,000 2016
Arena Norte
SurigaoProvincialSports Surigao SurigaoDel
3,500 2010
ComplexGymnasium City Norte
ABLSports&Cultural Kalibo,
Aklan 3,000 1994
Complex Aklan
BrenZ.GuiaoSports
CityofSan
ComplexandConvention Pampanga 3,000
Fernando
Center
Mati,
Davao
DOSCSTGym Davao 3,000
Oriental
Oriental
JosefinaT.AlbanoSports Cabagan,
Isabela 3,000
Center Isabela
Santo
SantoDomingoColiseum Domingo, IlocosSur 3,000
IlocosSur
KimLopeA.AsisMemorial Agusandel
Bayugan 3,000 2009
Gymnasium Sur
formerhomeoftheLaguna
SantaCruz, Lakersinthenowdefunct
SanLuisSportsComplex Laguna 2,500
Laguna MetropolitanBasketball
Association
NegrosOccidentalMulti Negros
Bacolod 2,000 2000s
PurposeActivityCenter Occidental
BacolodArts&YouthSports Negros
Bacolod 2,000
Center Occidental

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Maximum
Year
Arena Location Province Seating Remarks
Opened
Capacity
Danao,
DanaoCivicCenter Cebu 2,000 2003
Cebu
Davaodel
DavaoCityRecreationCenter DavaoCity 2,000
Sur
DinggoyRoxasCivicCenter RoxasCity Capiz 2,000
Pres.DiosdadoMacapagal Argao,
Cebu 2,000 2008
SportsandCulturalCenter Cebu
San
PacoyOrtegaGym Fernando, LaUnion 2,000
LaUnion
Subic,
SubicGym Zambales 2,000
Zambales
Baliuag,
BaliuagStarArena Bulacan 2,000
Bulacan
SantaRosa,
Sta.RosaArena Laguna 2,000
Laguna

Futurearenas
Maximum
Projected
Arena Location Province/Region Seating Remarks
Opening
Capacity
TheLargestIndoor
KJCKingDome DavaoCity DavaodelSur 5070,000 TBA
domeintheworld
SeasideCity
CebuCity Cebu 16,000 2017
Arena
BacolodCity Bacolod Notlaterthan
NegrosOccidental TBA
Arena City 2019
Notlaterthan
SolaireArena Paraaque MetroManila TBA
2019
CaloocanSports
Caloocan MetroManila 3,000 2017
Complex

Seealso
ListoffootballstadiumsinthePhilippines

References
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