Philippine sporting events impacted by the novel coronavirus

The novel coronavirus outbreak has disrupted several sporting events around the world. The Philippines has also been impacted as leagues big and small have opted to cancel or postpone their events. Here's a summary of Philippine sporting events that have been affected and their current status.

This page will be updated when new information becomes available. Last updated: Feb. 18.

Philippine Basketball Association

  • Philippine Cup opening at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum originally scheduled for Mar. 1 moved to Mar. 8

  • PBA D-League Aspirants Cup opening originally scheduled for Feb. 12 moved to Mar. 2

FIBA Asia Cup 2021 qualifiers first window

  • Philippines vs. Thailand scheduled for Feb. 20 at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum postponed to a later date to be announced.

Philippine Superliga

  • PSL Grand Prix originally scheduled to open on Feb. 22 moved to Feb. 29.

Universities Athletics Association of the Philippines

  • All second semester events scheduled to kick off Feb. 15 postponed indefinitely.

  • Stepladder Final Four of junior basketball postponed indefinitely.

National Collegiate Athletics Association

  • All senior and junior games postponed indefinitely starting Feb. 14.

Philippine Collegiate Champions League

  • Escandor Cup/Vis-Min Regional Championship postponed from Feb. 17-20 in Davao City to March 1-15 in Dumaguete.

Palarong Pambansa

  • The Department of Education said the Palarong Pambansa will push through since it is set to open in May.

Other events

  • 10th ASEAN Para Games postponed to May.

  • PruRide PH 2020 originally scheduled for March 11 to 15 at Mimosa Drive in Clark, Pampanga postponed indefinitely.

  • Philippine Sports Commission/Philippines Sports Institute Visayas grassroots programs postponed to July.