FIBA WC: How fans can watch Gilas games at Big Dome

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Gilas Pilipinas will have its sixth man inside the Smart-Araneta Coliseum for the 2023 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers February 2022 window next week.

As Metro Manila is currently only under Alert Level 2, fans will be able to watch four Gilas games slated from February 24 to 28 inside the Big Dome.

TicketNet already released ticket prices for each of the four game days, all priced at 530 pesos for Level 1 and 215 pesos for Level 2, plus convenience fees.

Venue guidelines include:

Only fully vaccinated individuals will be allowed (12 yrs. old & above);

Must present vaccination card together with any valid id (with picture)/government issued id (with picture);

No Kyusi pass, no entry. Register here (even non-Quezon City Residents);

Use of face mask inside the arena is required; and

No food allowed at audience area, only at concourse of the coliseum.

Gilas recently unveiled its 21-man roster pool for the window, which includes regulars like Ange Kouame, Thirdy Ravena, Dwight Ramos, William Navarro, Tzaddy Rangel, Jaydee Tungcab, Juan Gomez de Liano, and Lebron Lopez, and the core of TNT Tropang Giga, including Troy Rosario, Jayson Castro, JP Erram, and Matt Ganuelas-Rosser, to name a few.

The Philippines will face South Korea twice on February 24 and 28. They will also battle India on the 25th and New Zealand on the 27th.

Already qualified for the World Cup being one of three host countries, Chot Reyes’s squad will only look to be competitive as the qualifiers progress.

Photo from TicketNet

Nguyễn J. Văn Linh (Levi Verora)