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Philippines MPBL 06/11 10:00 - Negros Muscovados v Quezon City W 79-83
Philippines MPBL 06/06 08:00 - Manila Stars v Quezon City L 76-57
Philippines MPBL 05/31 10:00 - Quezon City v South Cotabato Warriors L 62-65
Philippines MPBL 05/25 10:00 - Iloilo United Royals v Quezon City W 71-74
Philippines MPBL 05/20 10:00 - Batangas City v Quezon City L 76-73
Philippines MPBL 05/14 08:00 - Quezon City v Rizal Golden Coolers L 59-71
Philippines MPBL 05/09 08:00 - Quezon City v Mindoro Tamaraws W 78-71
Philippines MPBL 05/02 12:00 - Quezon City v Pampanga Giant Lanterns L 44-63
Philippines MPBL 04/15 08:00 - Imus Agimat v Quezon City TODA AKSYON W 70-91
Philippines MPBL 02/27 10:00 - Batangas City Tanduay Athletics v Quezon City TODA AKSYON L 68-60
Philippines MPBL 02/24 08:00 - Valenzuela Classic v Quezon City TODA AKSYON W 77-99
Philippines MPBL 09/26 08:00 - Oriental Mindoro Disiplinados v Quezon City Gaz N Go L 79-77

The Quezon City Toda Aksyon is a Filipino professional basketball team based in Quezon City. The team competes in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) as a member of the league's North Division. They are one of three teams based in Metro Manila's Eastern District and split their home games between Blue Eagle Gym and JCSGO Christian Academy.

The team began play in the 2018 season, going by the Quezon City Capitals. The original name references Quezon City's status as the national capital of the Philippines from 1949 until 1976. It may also reference Quezon City being the biggest and most populous city in Metro Manila.

Since 2023, the team is backed by the Toda Aksyon Partylist.

History

The Quezon City Capitals and Imus Bandera were the last teams to join the inaugural season of the MPBL. The team was represented by City Councilor Onyx Crisologo during the contract signing with the League headed by Commissioner Kenneth Duremdes. During the team's inaugural season, Andrew Estrella recorded the league's first triple-double against the Bataan Defenders. The team finished with a 5–4 to clinch the fifth seed in the playoffs, where the Capitals would lose 1–2 to the Valenzuela Classic.

In the 2018–19 season, the team fell one game below .500 with a 12–13 record. Despite that, the team still ranked seventh in the regular season, earning them a playoff berth. The team would pull off a major upset as they swept the second-seeded Makati Super Crunch, before falling to the eventual champion San Juan Knights. In the 2019–20 season, the Capitals didn't perform well compared to the previous two seasons and finished 10–20, finishing 12th in the North and failed to make the playoffs for the first time.

Initial logo of Quezon City Toda Aksyon used in 2023.

Entering the 2022 season, the team acquired a title sponsorship with MG Motor and became Quezon City MG. Although the team finished 9–12, they still ranked seventh to advance to the playoffs, losing to Pasig City MCW Sports. The team then found a new title sponsor in Gaz N Go entering the 2023 season, becoming Quezon City Gaz N Go. Mid-season, the team underwent new management as it has gained the backing of the Toda Aksyon Partylist, thus renaming the team Quezon City Toda Aksyon.

The Quezon City basketball team is a powerhouse in the local basketball scene, known for their fast-paced and aggressive style of play. Comprised of talented and skilled players, they are a force to be reckoned with on the court. With a strong emphasis on teamwork and camaraderie, the Quezon City team is able to execute precise plays and strategies that often leave their opponents struggling to keep up. Their loyal fan base is always in full force, cheering them on with unwavering support and enthusiasm. The Quezon City basketball team is a true representation of the city's competitive spirit and passion for the game.