Emperador Stadium, with its wide, open space, artificial grass, and blinding flood lights, is the best spot to watch or play football in Manila. The stadium is always alive with balls, lights, music, and cheers.
Playing football on blue artificial grass might take a little getting used to at first, but the Gatorade Chelsea Blue Pitch at Circuit Makati is arguably one of the best football fields in Metro Manila.
Tracing its history back to 1914, Nomad Sports Club is the hometo the British community in Manila. The club offers a number of sports activities for Megacitizens.
Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant serves authentic Bavarian cuisine, meaning heaps of sausages, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut and other savory delicacies. Dine like the Teutons and combine a heavy meal with several half-liters of freshly tapped wheat beer. The resto has three branches in Metro Manila, namely in the business and shopping districts of Ortigas, Makati and, since recently, BGC.
The Rizal Stadium started operations in 1934. It houses the Philippine National Football Team (the Azkals), the United Football League, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The stadium has been host to many international events ever since.
Calling all companies, business organizations and NGOs! Team registration is now open for the 10th ECCP Football Cup.
Football is a sport best enjoyed in a cheering crowd, especially when it comes to the final matches! Here is our updated list of sports bars and other establishments in Metro Manila that show the games even in the middle of the night.
Just in time for the Fifa World Cup, the Goethe Institute in Makati City is showing a series of German football films at its Wednesday Movie Nights .
Calling all companies, business organizations, and NGOs! Team registration is now open for the 9th ECCP Football Cup 2014!
Though still hidden behind a high fence, some parts of Makati's new entertainment and lifestyle district are already open to the public - as the Megacitizens.com team found out during a visit.
You will have to get up early if you plan on catching the upcoming Super Bowl. Screening starts around 7.30 am this Monday morning. Fortunately it will be shown on free television (Sports5) for the first time in the Philippines. Even better: some sports bars will be open as well, so you can enjoy the American Football championship game with a cheering crowd.
Football is Germany's national sport. Reason enough for the Goethe Institut Manila to organize a cultural night on the subject, the 'Kulturabend: Fußball'.