The Philippine Football Federation and its member clubs have found a safe haven at the Lima Estate, a 794-hectare industrial-anchored township located in Lipa-Malvar Batangas.
Known for being the largest, a privately owned industrial estate in the Philippines with its own Central Business District (CBD), Lima also boasts world-class sporting facilities, complete with open spaces, recreation areas, and strict implementation of COVID-19 safety protocols.
The Aboitiz Pitch is one of the largest artificial turfs in Luzon and can be utilized to play multiple sports including football.
The sporting facility is integrated into The Outlets at Lipa, a lifestyle mall with 167 shops and restaurants, just a short walk from Lima Park Hotel, a 138-room 4-star hotel.
These unique features make the CBD an ideal location for teams to train ahead of local and international competition.
Currently, a number of Philippine Football Federation member clubs have been training at Lima, as well as the U23 Men’s National Football team in preparation for the Asian Football Confederation Under-23 Cup 2022 Qualifiers in Singapore on October 25 – 31.