Since PH Football is rising, we should now also take a look about the other football stadiums in Philippines for a possible Azkals game to held outside Manila in the future so that Azkaleros based in provinces can see Azkals in action live. This could be a venue of Azkals actions if they will play in Pangasinan in the future.
NARCISO RAMOS SPORTS COMPLEX - FOOTBALL STADIUM
Full Name: Narciso Ramos Sports Complex and Civic Center Location: Lingayen, Pangasinan Capacity: 15000
Description: The Narciso Ramos Sports & Civic Center is the premiere sports and recreation center in Pangasinan. With its international standard track and field oval, swimming pool, gymnasium, dormitories, outdoor courts, lagoon, one-stop sports, civic and recreation center all in one. Named after Fidel V Ramos' father who is a native from Pangasinan.
Expansion: The upgrading and rehabilitation of the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center in Lingayen, Pangasinan is going full-blast for the Palarong Pambansa 2012 on May 6-12. The project includes the construction of the grandstand’s south wing. Once finished, the facility can accommodate 15,000 spectators, from its present 10,000 sitting capacity. Gov. Amado Espino Jr. assured education officials, athletes and delegates that the preparations will be completed as scheduled. Pangasinan first hosted the event in 1995.
ollo: Gino Pavone is a famous pavoner, the role model of another pavoner Levi Fernandez.
Oct 21, 2015 0:16:25 GMT 8
englishscout: Just about to watch the Esbjerg match. Jerry Lucena making a rare start.
Oct 31, 2015 0:59:14 GMT 8
Frederic: What about the Players in Europe selection Or or others?! There so many good players i think... I think there are an good opinion for the azkals? Why not an try out in the Philippines. Fil-foreign vs fils... Than a good mix. So many good Players Here i saw
Nov 3, 2015 19:25:24 GMT 8
jornutzon88: Score so far, guys?
Nov 12, 2015 20:30:23 GMT 8
cjeagle: 0-0 in the 1st half so far.
Nov 12, 2015 20:35:05 GMT 8
footyfanatic: yeah that 82nd minute strike from yemen was heartbreaking... i think they were just lucky to win that game.. still, azkals need better finishing and better midfield tactic
Nov 12, 2015 22:50:41 GMT 8
oIIo: Well guys, we're far from being the saddest. What the hell happened to Malaysian football? After losing 0-6 to Palestine, 0-10 to UAE, tonight they lost again 0-6 to Palestine. WTF is wrong with them? A pure embarrassment to SEA football.
Nov 13, 2015 0:05:34 GMT 8
stingray11214: What makes Malaysia far worse is that they actually have a national program with real national support. The Phils still have one of the weakest national programs on the planet. As for firing Dooley: You are nuts. He has almost nothing to work with.
Nov 13, 2015 1:29:04 GMT 8
cheeze: But unlike the other SEA countries, we do have foreign based talent that is the envy of our neighbors. Losing to maaaaybe Bahrain and North Korea could be acceptable. But losing to the likes of Yemen is like losing to Guam. You make your own luck.
Nov 13, 2015 13:04:49 GMT 8
jornutzon88: Dooley, out... Weiss, in again? LOL
Nov 15, 2015 22:40:03 GMT 8
jornutzon88: Dooley has taken the national team to greater heights. To dismiss his efforts because of a loss? LMAO
Nov 15, 2015 22:42:13 GMT 8
jornutzon88: As for Malaysia, I think they're losing on purpose.
Nov 15, 2015 22:43:49 GMT 8
dfgh: PH wins Word Cup anytime, just ask the politician and they tell you what you wanted to hear..... all words
Nov 19, 2015 9:45:52 GMT 8
kage: 3-4-3 formation sucks!
Nov 22, 2015 8:13:20 GMT 8
rizzo: sad to see forum dying..
Nov 23, 2015 0:36:49 GMT 8
anon: it's not dying. just not much to talk about this time. still feeling gutted with the two straight losses.
Nov 24, 2015 9:23:34 GMT 8