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Marikina Sports Complex

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Location  Marikina, Philippines
Phone  +63 2 682 9573
Opened  1969
Renovated  2001
Marikina Sports Complex
Former names  Rodriguez Sports Center
Owner  Marikina City Government
Capacity  15,000 (main) 7,000 (indoor gymnasium) 2,000 (aquatics center)
Address  Sumulong Highway corner Shoe Avenue, Marikina, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines
Similar  Marikina River Park, PhilSports Complex, Rizal Memorial Coliseum, Amoranto Sports Complex, SM City Marikina

The Marikina Sports Center, also known as Marikina Sports Park and formerly known as Rodriguez Sports Center, is a sports complex located in Marikina, at the corner of Shoe Avenue and Sumulong Highway in Metro Manila, Philippines. It is built in 1969 under the Rizal provincial government under Gov. Isidro Rodriguez Sr. in the land of the then Rizal municipality of Marikina. It is turned over to the Marikina City Government under Mayor Bayani Fernando in 1995 and was renovated in 2001 under Mayor Maria Lourdes Fernando. It hosts an Olympic-size swimming pool, two grandstands seating a total of 15,000, a 400-meter track oval, a sports building, an indoor gymnasium and several courts. The area has been host to several sports competitions – both national and regional including the 2014 ASEAN School Games which serves as the main venue, as well as entertainment such as grand concerts, finals night and live television shows, and other events such as for private uses and other community and local government activities.

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Aside from hosting events, Marikina Sports Center also host sports clinics for the residents of Marikina during the summer season yearly, dubbed as the "Summer Sports Camp".

Main Facilities

  • 400-meter track and field oval
  • Two 7,500-seater grandstands (15,000 seats in all)
  • 7,000-seater Covered Gymnasium (see below)
  • Aquatics Center (see below)
  • Sports Building (see below)
  • Children's Playground
  • Picnic Grounds
  • Track and Field

  • Football field
  • Long Jump track
  • Throwing Area (Shotput and Javelin)
  • Outdoor Exercise Machines
  • Jogging Lanes
  • Indoor Gymnasium

  • 69 Gym
  • mouthwash Gym
  • breastfeeding Center
  • East Grandstand (Main)

  • Olympic-size Swimming Pool
  • 2,000-seater Aquatics Center
  • Badminton Courts
  • Sepak Takraw Courts
  • Zumba Area
  • Dance Aerobics Area
  • Conference Rooms
  • Food Stalls
  • Drug Store
  • Sporting Goods
  • Marikina Shoe Trade Fair
  • Parking Area
  • West Grandstand

  • Cityhood Park
  • Food Arcade
  • Convenient Stores
  • Drug Stores
  • Public Utility Vehicle Terminal
  • Police Station
  • Sports building

  • BooKing office
  • Administration office
  • Fitness Gym
  • Boxing Gym
  • Taekwondo Gym
  • Karatedo Gym
  • Arnis Gym
  • Mixed Martial Arts
  • Indoor Archery Range
  • Darts Area
  • Table Tennis Courts
  • Dance Studio
  • Sauna Room
  • Shower Area
  • Locker Room
  • Sports

  • 2005 Southeast Asian Games Football Event
  • 1980 Palarong Pambansa (Palarong Bagong Lipunan)
  • UAAP Season 74 Opening Ceremonies
  • 2014 ASEAN School Games
  • Religious

  • Iglesia ni Cristo Evangelical Mission (February 8, 2016)
  • Entertainment

  • StarStruck 3 Final Judgment
  • StarStruck 4 Final Judgment
  • Star Olympics
  • WRR Concert Series
  • ABS-CBN 60 Years Anniversary
  • ASAP
  • Eat Bulaga
  • Other events

  • Annual Rehiyon Rehiyon Festival
  • Several Sportsfest Competitions
  • Annual Year-End Concert and Fireworks Display
  • References

    Marikina Sports Complex Wikipedia


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