Aboitiz Sports Field – Aboitizland, Made for Life Tour

The Aboitiz Sports Field in Subangdaku, Mandaue City is the first of its kind in Cebu. It provides a healthier alternative to weekend visits to the malls for families and friends to bond through sports. The Aboitiz Sports “multi-purpose” field has a Fifa-standard field measuring 120-meter by 90m. The Aboitiz Field also houses two kiddies’ fields that are 60m by 40m. These sports fields are designed for the 12-Under division and lower age divisions.

The professional field and two kiddie fields are also excellent venues for corporate events. The Aboitiz Sports field is also open for use for field sports such as rugby, flag football, baseball, softball, volleyball and also Frisbee. The Facilities are as follows: Lighted fields (main and kid fields), Batting cages, Lockers and shower rooms, Covered/movable bleachers (250 pax), Administration office, Wide parking space, Gated perimeter fence, 24/7 security, Telephone.

The rates for the Aboitiz Sports Field are Php550.00/hr/field from 6am to 6pm for day use and Php2,200.00/hr/field from 6pm to 11pm for night use, Php10.00/person for whole day; Php30.00/vehicle for the whole day. The Aboitiz Sports Field is opened to the public from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day. To get to the Aboitiz Sports Field, drive to the North Reclamation going to Makro Cebu. Turn right into M. Logarta St. (Aboitiz Sports Field is adjacent to Makro and across Cebu North Bus Terminal).

For reservations and inquiries about the Aboitiz Sports Field use, you may call Aboitizland Sattelite Office at 032-411-1647 or visit Aboitizland Satellite Office at the 3rd floor of the RCBC building in front of the flyover in Banilad, Cebu City.

Special thanks to Aboitizland for inviting me and CBS for their Communities Tour!
Photo Credit: Aboitizland
Aboitiz Sports Field – Aboitizland, Made for Life Tour Aboitiz Sports Field – Aboitizland, Made for Life Tour Reviewed by Vernon Joseph Go on Wednesday, October 28, 2009 Rating: 5


  1. great disparity between the price rate at day and at night...

  2. ahahah natural daylight vs. expensive layshu night light...I think its fair hahagag