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.
The Zone is a huge sports hall with 15 badminton courts and one basketball court. It is open for members and non-members.
Basketball was brought to the Philippines by the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) during the early American colonial period, in the first half of the 20th century. Today it is the most popular sport in the country, whether that's played on the streets, at schools, in colleges or in the professional level.
Keep it rolling: Paeng's Bowl and Billiard Room awaits you with 20 bowling lanes and 15 billiard tables in a family-friendly atmosphere.
What could be better after a long and stressful day at work than to work out? Metro Manila offers almost any kind of sport - from football and basketball to golf and ice skating. MEGACITIZENS.com shows you how to keep yourself fit and healthy, and we present to you the best sport facilities and clubs in the Megacity.
Smart Gilas Pilipinas meets Iran in the finals of the FIBA Asia Championship 2013 on August 11, to prove it is the best national basketball team all over Asia.