Venue Information:
 FilOil Flying V Arena

 
 

About the Venue


Formerly known as The Arena in San Juan, this venue is owned by the local government and its people. The venue is also called the Educational and Recreational Arena of the People (or ERAP, after the nickname of San Juan's former mayor and former Philippine president Joseph Ejercito Estrada). This has long been the venue of women's basketball games and considered as the birthplace of volleyball boom in the country.
Address: Santolan Road, Pinaglaban, San Juan
Capacity: 10 000
 

Location Map


 

Spectator Transport


Note: Spectator transport information are given assuming one comes from the University (Diliman campus).
 Public Transportation:
• via Katipunan Avenue: Take a UP-Katipunan jeepney on one of the loading points in the University. Alight at the terminal (near Mini-stop, under the bridge). Take either an FX or jeepney going to Sta. Mesa, Manila (SM City Sta. Mesa) or the LRT Line 2. Either way, alight at the V. Mapa station of LRT-2. Go up the station and take the south entrance/exit to the SM and walk to Araneta Avenue where you can board buses going to Taytay/Cainta. Alight the bus at the Filoil Flying V gas station across the police station. Cross the street to enter the Arena.
• via EDSA: Take a UP-Pantranco jeepney on one of the loading points in the University. Alight at the unloading zone at the intersection of EDSA and Quezon Avenue. Go up the footbridge and go down the stairs. Walk a few meters to the MRT Quezon Avenue Station. Ride the MRT to Ortigas Avenue station. Walk a few meters to one of loading points to take a jeepney or bus going to San Juan. Alight at the Fountain International School, which is beside/in front of the Arena. You can also ride a bus going to the south from Quezon Avenue (sign board must read Ortigas Ilalim). Alight near Ortigas Avenue and take the bus or jeepney to San Juan from there.


Seat Plan and Ticket Prices     


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