January 21-22 2023
Aquatics

2023 Philippine Swimming League National Championships

Sports action is back in full swing in New Clark City as 300 young athletes compete in 30 different swimming events at the FINA-approved Aquatics Center for the National Long Course Championship of the Philippine Swimming League (PSL). The two-day swimming meet is a qualifying round for the December 2023 Hamilton Aquatics Swimming Competition in Dubai. This is PSL’s first-ever hosting of a national swimming championship at the New Clark City. It also marks the first sporting event in New Clark City after the 2022 holiday break.

December 17-18 2022
November 26-27 2022
Aquatics

FINIS Long Course Swimming Competition (Luzon Leg)

Over 180 young swimmers from 22 teams joined the two-day 2022 FINIS Long Course Swimming Competition (Luzon Leg) that took place at the New Clark City Aquatics Center. Top 16 swimmers from age 6 to 19 years old belonging to different group brackets of this event will now qualify for the national finals and forms part of the grassroots development program being supported by New Clark City.

November 12-13 2022
Aquatics

2022 PSI Short Course National Championship

The country’s best young swimmers showed their power and dedication as they battled it out during the 2022 Philippine Swimming Inc. Short Course National Championships at the world-class New Clark City Aquatics Center!  The competition also serves as a qualifier for the upcoming FINA World Swimming Championships this December in Melbourne, Australia.

August 20-21 2022
Aquatics

FINIS Short Course National Finals

The best and brightest young swimmers from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao vie for pride and glory here in FINIS Short Course National Finals in New Clark City.

August 6-7 2022
Aquatics

85th CNLCSCA Invitational Friendship Meet

Aquatics Center welcomes more than 150 young Filipino swimmers from Central and North Luzon, Cordillera Administrative Region, and Metro Manila, as it hosts the 85th Central Northern Luzon-CAR Swimming Coaches Association Invitational Friendship meet. This cements New Clark City’s position as the training venue of choice of athletes from all walks of life. The two-day swim meet is aligned with the grassroots program of CNLCSCA, which aims to create a new generation of talented and promising swimmers who can represent the country in the international arena.

January 21-22 2023
aquatics

2023 Philippine Swimming League National Championships

Sports action is back in full swing in New Clark City as 300 young athletes compete in 30 different swimming events at the FINA-approved Aquatics Center for the National Long Course Championship of the Philippine Swimming League (PSL). The two-day swimming meet is a qualifying round for the December 2023 Hamilton Aquatics Swimming Competition in Dubai. This is PSL’s first-ever hosting of a national swimming championship at the New Clark City. It also marks the first sporting event in New Clark City after the 2022 holiday break.

December 17-18 2022
November 26-27 2022
aquatics

FINIS Long Course Swimming Competition (Luzon Leg)

Over 180 young swimmers from 22 teams joined the two-day 2022 FINIS Long Course Swimming Competition (Luzon Leg) that took place at the New Clark City Aquatics Center. Top 16 swimmers from age 6 to 19 years old belonging to different group brackets of this event will now qualify for the national finals and forms part of the grassroots development program being supported by New Clark City.

November 12-13 2022
aquatics

2022 PSI Short Course National Championship

The country’s best young swimmers showed their power and dedication as they battled it out during the 2022 Philippine Swimming Inc. Short Course National Championships at the world-class New Clark City Aquatics Center!  The competition also serves as a qualifier for the upcoming FINA World Swimming Championships this December in Melbourne, Australia.

August 20-21 2022
aquatics

FINIS Short Course National Finals

The best and brightest young swimmers from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao vie for pride and glory here in FINIS Short Course National Finals in New Clark City.

August 6-7 2022
aquatics

85th CNLCSCA Invitational Friendship Meet

Aquatics Center welcomes more than 150 young Filipino swimmers from Central and North Luzon, Cordillera Administrative Region, and Metro Manila, as it hosts the 85th Central Northern Luzon-CAR Swimming Coaches Association Invitational Friendship meet. This cements New Clark City’s position as the training venue of choice of athletes from all walks of life. The two-day swim meet is aligned with the grassroots program of CNLCSCA, which aims to create a new generation of talented and promising swimmers who can represent the country in the international arena.

June 25-26 2022
aquatics

83rd Central Northern Luzon-Cordillera Administrative Region Swimming Coaches Association Swim Series

With 27 teams and some 350 grassroots swimmers from all over Luzon, the Central Northern Luzon Cordillera Swimming Coaches Association (CNLCSCA) is back at the New Clark City Aquatics Center for their two-day 83rd Invitational Swim Series. This is the second swimming competition by CNLCSCA at the world-class facility after signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with BCDA last April. The MOU seeks to promote and hold various sporting events at New Clark City’s sports facilities.

July 15 2021
aquatics

PSI National Selection Bubble

After the disruption in sports activities due to the spread of the Delta variant, New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac is reopening its doors to Filipino athletes with the hosting of the 2021 Philippine Swimming Inc. (PSI) National Selection Bubble from October 22 to 24. A total of 71 local swimmers will face the national tryouts at the world-class Aquatics Center in a bid to qualify for the 15th Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA) World Swimming Championships 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates this December, and the 19th FINA World Championships 2022 to be held in Fukuoka, Japan in May next year. The PSI event was originally scheduled for August 28 to 30, with approval from the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, but was postponed due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, which warranted the reimposition of stricter mobility restrictions. Atty. Aristotle B. Batuhan, Officer-in-Charge of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), said the event not only showcases the world-class facilities in Clark, but also signals the country’s resilience amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “As a home for Filipino athletes, New Clark City is proud to host this swimming event and help the country’s hopefuls go for gold in international competitions. Through the PSI bubble, our countrymen can see that the country is on the path towards healing, with our athletes serving as icons of determination and strength despite the odds,” Batuhan said. PSI President Lani Velasco echoed the sentiment, adding that the event seeks to inspire athletes to continue their efforts despite the pandemic. “We hope that the event can show to the youth that we can rise again and recover from this pandemic. We hope to encourage current swimmers to train even more to reach their dreams. We also hope to encourage more individuals to take on the sport. After more than a year of not holding events, the 2021 PSI Swimming National Selection Bubble is only the beginning of more events to come,” she said. The 2021 PSI Swimming National Selection Meet is hosted by BCDA, its subsidiary Clark Development Corp. (CDC), and PSI, the country’s governing body for aquatic sports. The competition will be held at the New Clark City Aquatics Center, the only FINA-approved swimming facility in the country. Athletes, coaches and staff will be billeted at the Hotel Stotsenberg in the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. “Aside from being a world-class facility, the New Clark City Aquatics Center is our venue of choice simply because of how BCDA manages it, especially given the current health crisis. While it is important for PSI to be able to host a national selection event for our grassroots swimmers, we also equally value the health and safety of our participants. We believe that BCDA has the experience and expertise to deal with both our technical needs and all other needs brought about by the pandemic,” Velasco said. BCDA, in partnership with CDC, already has a growing track record of hosting sports bubbles with the completion of Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Philippine Cup last year, the FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers in June, and the PhilCycling National Trials for Road, all in Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. Both agencies also managed the pre-Olympic training camp of the Israel national swimming team last August at the New Clark City Aquatics Center. Batuhan assured that strict health and safety protocols will be implemented during the upcoming swimming tryouts. For one, movement of bubble participants will be limited to the hotel and the training venue. Vaccinated bubble participants are required to take an RT-PCR test, followed by home isolation. They will take more tests (RT-PCR and antigen) before isolating at Hotel Stotsenberg until the result is known. Unvaccinated participants took an additional RT-PCR test last October 13. In case a participant tests positive inside the bubble, Hotel Stotsenberg has rooms allocated for isolation. Partner hospitals, namely The Medical City Clark and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Medical Center Clark, will also be on standby to provide medical care.

July 15 2021
aquatics

Israel Swimming Camp

https://bcda.gov.ph/news/ncc-aquatics-center-draws-praises-israeli-swim-team

No events at year 2020.

October 8 2019
aquatics

UP VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM

Over 50 members of the University of the Philippines swimming team trained at the Aquatics Center with the UP men’s swimming team captain Hans Chua calling the facility “the first of its kind in the Philippines that will really help the development of competitive swimming in the country.”

August 31 2019
aquatics

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL OPEN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP BY PHILIPPINE SWIMMING INC.

The first in a series of preliminary and qualifying events for swimming was held in NCC in partnership with the Philippine Swimming Inc. (PSI). The 1st Philippine National Open Swimming Championships at the 2,000-seater Aquatics Center gathered national athletes including those who were training abroad and looking for world-class and Olympic certified facilities to compete and train in New Clark City for the first time.

No events at year 2018.