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Nissan Stadium

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TRY JAPAN recommends ...

1: to experience the stadium that FIFA World Cup™ was held in 2002
2: to watch soccer games of Yokohama F・Marinos (game day only)

Multi-Purpose stadium that FIFA World Cup™ final was held

If you visit Nissan Stadium, you can watch a soccer game of Yokohama F・Marinos on game days.

It is one of the largest multi-purpose stadiums in Japan. In the FIFA World Cup™ in 2002, the final between Brazil and Germany was held at this stadium. Also, when the FIFA Club World Cup™ was held in Japan, the finalists played at this stadium. In particular, when Corinthians and Chelsea FC played in 2012, this stadium had a Brazilian atmosphere with a lot of Corinthians supporters.

It is a home stadium of Yokohama F・Marinos.

Yokohama F・Marinos is a professional soccer team that belongs to J-League Division 1. Its team colors are blue, white and red. It has a history that Yokohama Marinos and Yokohama Flugels were unified in 1999. Originally, Yokohama Marinos was established as Nissan Motors Soccer Club in 1972, and Yokohama Flugels was established as Yokohama Naka-Ku Junior Sports Club Association, later ANA Sato Kogyo FC, in 1963.

The first J-League game in 1993 was Verdy Kawasaki (Tokyo Verdy at present) vs Yokohama Marinos (Yokohama F・Marinos at present) at National Stadium, that was called "National Derby." In those days, there are star players including Mr. Kazushi Kimura (1958-Present), Mr. Ramon Diaz (1959-Present), Mr. David Bisconti (1968-Present), Mr. Takashi Mizunuma (1960-Present), and Mr. Masami Ihara (1967-Present).

Traditionally, this team has strong defense. It was in the 7th out of 22 teams in J-League Division 1 in 2014 season. Mr. Erick Mombaerts (1955-Present) is the head coach in 2015 season. There are many star players including Mr. Shunsuke Nakamura (1978-Present), Mr. Manabu Saito (1990-Present), Mr. Yuji Nakazawa (1978-Present), Mr. Yuzo Kurihara (1983-Present), and Ademilson (1994-Present).

Yokohama F・Marinos supporters create smart atmosphere. They sing the melody of Le Miserable.

International Stadium Yokohama is called Nissan Stadium, due to the naming rights of Yokohama City. On the other hands, in some cases such as AFC Champion League and FIFA Club World Cup™, it is still called International Stadium Yokohama.

It opened in 1998. It is the largest public multi-purpose stadium of Yokohama City that holds 72,327 people at Shin-Yokohama Park in Kozukue-Cho, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture. Its nearest station is Kozukue Station.

Event Information

"J1 League"
May 23, 2020 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Urawa Reds" Cancelled

Finished Event Information

(From December 8, 2016 (Thursday) to December 18, 2016 (Sunday))
December 8, 2016 (Thursday: "FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP JAPAN 2016 Opening Match: Kashima Antlers VS Auckland City FC"
December 15, 2016 (Thursday): "FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP JAPAN 2016 Semifinal: Club America VS Real Madrid"
December 18, 2016 (Sunday): "FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP JAPAN 2016 3rd Place Match: Club America VS Atletico Nacional"
December 18, 2016 (Sunday): "FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP JAPAN 2016 Final: Real Madrid VS Kashima Antlers"

"The Emperor's Cup"
December 24, 2016 (Saturday): "The Emperor's Cup Quarterfinals: Yokohama F・Marinos VS Gamba Osaka"
December 29, 2016 (Thursday): "The Emperor's Cup Semifinals: Omiya Ardija VS Kawasaki Frontale"

"NEXT GENERATION MATCH: J. League U-18 Selection VS Japan High School Soccer Selection"
February 18, 2017 (Saturday)

"FUJI XEROX SUPER CUP 2017: Kashima Antlers VS Urawa Reds"
February 18, 2017 (Saturday)

"KIRIN CHALLENGE CUP 2017: Japan National Team VS Haiti National Team"
October 10, 2017 (Tuesday)

"LipovitanD Challenge Cup 2017: Japan National Team VS Australia National Team"
November 4, 2017 (Saturday)

"J1 League"
April 8, 2018 (Sunday): " Yokohama F・Marinos VS Kawasaki Frontale"
April 15, 2018 (Sunday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Vissel Kobe"
April 21, 2018 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Shonan Bellmare"
April 28, 2018 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Kashima Antlers"
May 2, 2018 (Wednesday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Júbilo Iwata"
May 12, 2018 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Gamba Osaka"
May 19, 2018 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS V・Varen Nagasaki"
August 15, 2018 (Wednesday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Nagoya Grampus"
August 29, 2018 (Wednesday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Shimizu S-Pulse"
September 1, 2018 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Kashiwa Reysol"
September 16, 2018 (Sunday): " Yokohama F・Marinos VS Urawa Reds"
October 5, 2018 (Friday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo"
November 3, 2018 (Saturday, National Holiday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS FC Tokyo"
December 1, 2018 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Cerezo Osaka"

May 30, 2018 (Wednesday): "Japan National Team VS Ghana National Team"

"Yokohama F・Marinos Tricolore Festa 2018"
June 23, 2018 (Saturday)

"Levain Cup"
September 9, 2018 (Sunday): "Quarterfinals 2nd Game: Yokohama F・Marinos VS Gamba Osaka"

"Canon Bledisloe Cup 2018"
October 27, 2018 (Saturday): "New Zealand National Team VS Australia National Team"

"J1 League"
March 2, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Vegalta Sendai"
March 10, 2019 (Sunday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Kawasaki Frontale"
March 29, 2019 (Friday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Sagan Tosu"
April 13, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Nagoya Grampus"
April 28, 2019 (Sunday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Kashima Antlers"
May 18, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Vissel Kobe"
May 26, 2019 (Sunday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Júbilo Iwata"
June 22, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Matsumoto Yamaga F.C."
July 13, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Urawa Reds"
August 3, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Shimizu S-Pulse"
August 17, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Cerezo Osaka"
December 7, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS FC Tokyo"

March 22, 2019 (Friday): "Japan National Team VS Colombia National Team"

"World Autism Awareness Day in Yokohama 2019: Light it up Blue"
April 2, 2019 (Tuesday)

"IAAF World Relays YOKOHAMA 2019"
from May 11, 2019 (Saturday) to May 12, 2019 (Sunday)

"J League World Challenge 2019"
July 19, 2019 (Friday): "Kawasali Frontale VS Chelsea FC"

July 25, 2019 (Thursday)

July 27, 2019 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Manchester City FC"

"Rugby World Cup 2019™ Japan"
September 21, 2019 (Saturday): "Pool B: New Zealand VS South Africa"
September 22, 2019 (Sunday): "Pool A: Ireland VS Scotland"
October 12, 2019 (Saturday): "Pool C: England VS France" Cancelled
October 13, 2019 (Sunday): "Pool A: Japan VS Scotland"
October 26, 2019 (Saturday): "Semi Finals: England VS New Zealand"
October 27, 2019 (Sunday): "Semi Finals: Wales VS South Africa"
November 2, 2019 (Saturday): "Final: England VS South Africa"

"Kohoku Ward Shobo-Dezomeshiki (The New Year's Fire Review) 2020"
January 11, 2020 (Saturday)

"AFC Champions League 2020"
February 19, 2020 (Wednesday): "Group Stage: Yokohama F・Marinos VS Sydney FC"
April 8, 2020 (Wednesday): "Group Stage: Yokohama F・Marinos VS SHANGHAI SIPG FC" Cancelled
April 21, 2020 (Tuesday): "Group Stage: Yokohama F・Marinos VS Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC" Cancelled

"J1 League"
February 23, 2020 (Sunday, National Holiday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Gamba Osaka"
April 4, 2020 (Saturday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Nagoya Grampus" Cancelled
April 17, 2020 (Friday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Sagan Tosu" Cancelled
May 1, 2020 (Friday): " Yokohama F・Marinos VS Kashima Antlers" Cancelled
May 10, 2020 (Sunday): "Yokohama F・Marinos VS Yokohama FC" Cancelled

"World Autism Awareness Day in Yokohama 2020: Light it up Blue"
April 2, 2020 (Thursday)

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Closed Day
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Admissions Fee
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It takes about 15 minutes from Shin-Yokohama Station on foot.

Nearest Railway Station
◎ Kozukue Station (JR East: Yokohama Line)
◎ Shin-Yokohama Station (JR East: Yokohama Line)
◎ Shin-Yokohama Station (JR Tokai: Tokaido Shinkansen)
◎ Shin-Yokohama Station (Yokohama Municipal Subway: Blue Line)

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Name in English
Nissan Stadium
International Stadium Yokohama

Name in Roman Letters
Nissan Stajiamu
Yokohama Kokusai Sogo Kyogijo

Name in Japanese

3300, Kozukue-Cho, Kohoku-Ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa, 222-0036, Japan

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