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2005 Southeast Asian Games

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Panaad hosted various international sporting events particularly football when Bacolod co-hosted the 2005 Southeast Asian Games and the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualification against Mongolia.

Panaad Park and Sports Complex

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The Panaad Stadium (also spelled as Pana-ad; also known as the Panaad Park and Stadium after the park the stadium is situated in, and also named as Manuel Amechazurra Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod, Philippines.
It also hosts a sports complex with a stadium.

2007 AFF Championship qualification

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2017 Philippines Football League

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The final took place on 16 December at the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod, between Ceres–Negros and Global Cebu.

Philippines national football team

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Despite the minor improvements, Panaad hosted a match between the Philippines national football team and Mongolia in the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualification on February 9, 2011 with an attendance of 20,000 people, filling the grandstand, bleachers, and standing room areas. The Panaad Stadium has also hosted matches of the Philippines men's and women's national football team such as the men's competition at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games and the 1999 AFC Women's Championship.
Philippines' home grounds are Panaad Stadium in Bacolod, Philippine Sports Stadium in Bocaue, Bulacan, and the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila.

1999 AFC Women's Championship

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The Panaad Stadium has also hosted matches of the Philippines men's and women's national football team such as the men's competition at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games and the 1999 AFC Women's Championship.
The tournament was won by China in the final against Chinese Taipei before an audience of 7,000 at the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod.

Negros Occidental

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The festival is participated by the 13 cities and 19 towns of Negros Occidental.
These and other local festivals are featured during the Pana-ad sa Negros Festival staged every April at the 25-hectare tree-lined Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City.

Ceres–Negros F.C.

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The stadium is home to Ceres-Negros F.C. The facility also serves as the home venue for Ceres Negros F.C., a Filipino football club which plays in the Philippines Football League. The stadium was refurbished for the hosting of the home matches of Ceres Negros F.C. at the 2016 AFC Cup.
The club's home ground is the Panaad Stadium.

Philippines Football League

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The facility also serves as the home venue for Ceres Negros F.C., a Filipino football club which plays in the Philippines Football League.

Multi-purpose stadium

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The Panaad Stadium (also spelled as Pana-ad; also known as the Panaad Park and Stadium after the park the stadium is situated in, and also named as Manuel Amechazurra Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod, Philippines.

Bacolod

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The Panaad Stadium (also spelled as Pana-ad; also known as the Panaad Park and Stadium after the park the stadium is situated in, and also named as Manuel Amechazurra Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod, Philippines.

2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualification

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Panaad hosted various international sporting events particularly football when Bacolod co-hosted the 2005 Southeast Asian Games and the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualification against Mongolia. Despite the minor improvements, Panaad hosted a match between the Philippines national football team and Mongolia in the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualification on February 9, 2011 with an attendance of 20,000 people, filling the grandstand, bleachers, and standing room areas.

2010 AFF Championship

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The decade-old stadium was considered to host the semifinal matches of the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup between the Philippines and Indonesia, but was disqualified for not satisfying the standards of the ASEAN Football Federation.

ASEAN Football Federation

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The decade-old stadium was considered to host the semifinal matches of the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup between the Philippines and Indonesia, but was disqualified for not satisfying the standards of the ASEAN Football Federation.

Mongolia national football team

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Despite the minor improvements, Panaad hosted a match between the Philippines national football team and Mongolia in the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualification on February 9, 2011 with an attendance of 20,000 people, filling the grandstand, bleachers, and standing room areas.

2016 AFC Cup

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The stadium was refurbished for the hosting of the home matches of Ceres Negros F.C. at the 2016 AFC Cup.