|Address||South Coast City, South Road Properties|
|Location||Cebu City, Philippines|
|Owner||SM Prime Holdings|
|Operator||SM Prime Holdings|
|Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc.|
SM Seaside Arena is a multipurpose indoor arena that as of 2023[update] is under construction in South Road Properties, Cebu City, Philippines. The arena, located adjacent to the SM Seaside City complex, is estimated to have a 16,000-seating capacity and, once completed, will be the largest indoor arena in Cebu.
First proposed in 2013, the arena is planned to be a venue for local and international concerts, sports events, international conventions, and as the venue of the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI) and some select Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) games. The arena was also one of the proposed venues for the failed Philippine bid for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup.
In January 2017, reports emerged that developer SM Prime Holdings had canceled its plans to build the arena. However, plans for the arena resumed in late 2019, with the arena, instead of being within the SM Seaside complex, now placed within South Coast City, an adjacent mixed-use development co-owned by SM Prime with Ayala Land.