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Amoranto Sports Complex

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Opened  1966
Capacity  15,000
Phone  +63 2 374 2593
Construction cost  2 million PHP
Amoranto Sports Complex
Location  Quezon City, Philippines
Address  Don A. Roces Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Hours  Open today · 4AM–10PMWednesday4AM–10PMThursday4AM–10PMFriday4AM–10PMSaturday4AM–10PMSundayClosedMonday4AM–10PMTuesday4AM–10PM
Similar  Marikina Sports Complex, Quezon Memorial Circle, PhilSports Complex, Rizal Memorial Coliseum, Cuneta Astrodome

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The Amoranto Sports Complex is located in Quezon City, Philippines. The Complex was inaugurated in 1966 by then President Ferdinand Marcos. The facility was constructed at the cost of ₱2 milion on a government owned site on Roces Avenue. The facility then consisted of a grandstand, an eight lane track and field oval, bleachers and a gymnasium. The sports facility covers land measuring about 5.8 hectares (14 acres). The main stadium has a capacity of 15,000. The sports facility was named after former Quezon City Mayor Norberto Amoranto.

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The complex's velodrome hosted the cycling events for the 2005 Southeast Asian Games.

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Renovations

Several renovations have been done on the Amoranto Sports Complex since its opening. Currently, the sports facility features a tennis court, six badminton courts, a martial arts facility, a swimming pool, as well as a multipurpose gym, and a separate gym dedicated to boxing and weightlifting. The Amoranto Sports Complex also hosts a library for students.

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Amoranto Sports Complex Wikipedia


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