McKinley Hill Stadium

McKinley Hill, Taguig, Metro Manila

McKinley Hill Stadium
4.5 Stars

3 Reviewers

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  • 3 Reviews
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  • 3 Reviewers

Most Recent Reviews

Unisse C.
5.0 Stars

I was at the McKinley Hill Stadium last Sunday for a couple of games in the Corporate Football League (CFL). It's been a while since I've played actually. 128517 So I really missed being able to run and kick the ball!

I love the field here! It's an artificial turf so it doesn't get ruined easily when you run. For a player, it's a wonderful thing to get to play in a really nice field. 128077🏼 I'm used to playing in a natural field, which can get muddy when it rains and that's fun but also very dirty!128540

The field here is huge! And for the CFL, they divided the field in half so that two games can happen simultaneously. 128077🏼 Even then, the field still feels huge! And I love it!

Bonus: Our game was at 6:30PM so when we started to play, the sun was already setting... So that photo was actually our view while playing too. 128525

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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

We came here to cheer on the 11-under Makati Football Club. "Grass" is very green owing to the artificial, all weather turf. I don't know if players have a preference between natural and artificial grass, but aesthetically it looks great and omits the need to water real grass.

It's an open field and bleachers are on the left and right side of the field. The place is well maintained, seats are nice and still look new, looks clean. I like that you can see the surrounding buildings. Very urban feel. There's about an 80 car parking area but you'll have to park elsewhere if the stadium if filled to its 2000 person seating capacity. On big games they set up kiosks where you can buy food and drinks. Maybe bring your own water if it's allowed by the organizer because you can get dehydrated, even when you're just a spectator. However we didn't feel that congested, kulob heat as the ceiling is high and it was breezy.

This is currently home to the United Football League and the Philippine Rugby Football Union. Is there anyone who wouldn't like to see these guys in action?128525

This used to be called the Emperador Stadium when it was still sponsored by the alcoholic brand. This is owned and operated by Megaworld. Very near Enderun College and the Piazza.

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Sean C.
5.0 Stars

The Philippine National Rugby Team, the Volcanoes, has just adopted the stadium as their home ground. Ceremony was on Sunday 16 August.

It's a small stadium, let's fill it!

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