Pelaéz Sports Complex

Don Gregorio Pelaéz Sports Complex is a group of sports facilities in Cagayan de Oro. This sports center was built in 1969 and hosted the first Palarong Pambansa outside Metro Manila in 1975.[1][2] It is the oldest sports park in Northern Mindanao and it first opened its door to baseball and basketball in 1970. Also, the stadium was the largest in Mindanao since 1998 after its renovation.

Pelaéz Sports Complex
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Don Gregorio Pelaéz Stadium
Full nameDon Gregorio Pelaéz Sports Complex
LocationDon A. Velez St. Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines
Coordinates8°17′07″N 124°23′05″E / 8.2853°N 124.3848°E / 8.2853; 124.3848Coordinates: 8°17′07″N 124°23′05″E / 8.2853°N 124.3848°E / 8.2853; 124.3848
Field size4,584 square metres (49,342 sq ft)
Surfacegrass
Construction
Built1969
OpenedAugust 5, 1970 (1970-08-05)
Renovated2000
Expanded2005
Construction costPHP 20 million

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  1. ^ Olympic-size : PELAEZ SPORTS CENTER
  2. ^ The Fookien times Philippines yearbook. Fookien Times. 1986. p. 303. ISBN 978-971-0503-50-6.