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Ajinomoto Stadium

[Sport] [Soccer]

[Event] J. League Soccer Games
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TRY JAPAN recommends ...

1: to watch a soccer game of FC Tokyo
2: to watch a soccer game of Tokyo Verdy

Home Stadium of FC Tokyo and Tokyo Verdy, J-League Soccer Teams

If you visit Ajinomoto Stadium, you can watch soccer games of FC Tokyo and Tokyo Verdy on game days.

Its official name is Tokyo Stadium. It is a dual layer multi-purpose stadium with upper and lower stands covered by a large roof without pillars in seat areas.

It is a home stadium of FC Tokyo and Tokyo Verdy.

FC Tokyo is a professional soccer team that belongs to J-League Division 1 in 2015 season. Originally, it was established as Tokyo Gas Football Club in 1935. Its team colors are blue and red. It was ninth out of 18 teams in J-League Division 1 in 2014 season.

As manager, Mr. Massimo Ficcadenti (1967-Present) has conducted this team since 2014, and successfully shows attractive football performance with good balance between offence and defence. Star players include Mr. Yoshinori Muto (1992-Present), Mr. Ryoichi Maeda (1981-Present), Mr. Hideto Takahashi (1987-Present), and Mr. Masato Morishige (1987-Present). Mr. Yuto Nagatomo (1986-Present), who belongs to International in Milano, Italy, used to play for this team.

FC Tokyo supporters create a hearty and passionate atmosphere at this stadium. They sing "You Will Never Walk Alone" before its soccer games. In particular, the soccer game in J-League between FC Tokyo and Kawasaki Frontale is called "Tamagawa Classico."

Also, Tokyo Verdy is a professional soccer team that belongs to J-League Division 2 in 2015 season. Originally, it was established as Yomiuri Soccer Club in 1969. Its team color is green. It was the 20th out of 22 teams in J-League Division 2 in 2014 season. While it has a hard time recently, it has a glorious history in early years of J-League including the first-year champion of J-League Division 1 in 1993. Star players such as Mr. Rui Ramos (1957-Present), Mr. Kazuyoshi Miura (1967-Present), Mr. Nobuhiro Takeda (1967-Present), Mr. Tsuyoshi Kitazawa (1968-Present), and Mr. Satoshi Tsunami (1961-Present) consisted of dream team in those days. Also, Hulk (1986-Present) who played for Brazil National Team at FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil in 2014 used to play for this team.

In 2015 season, Mr. Koichi Togashi (1971-Present) is Manager. Mr. Kazuki Hiramoto (1981-Present) and Mr. Bruno Coutinho (1986-Present) play for this team.

Tokyo Verdy supporters create a passionate atmosphere at this stadium. They sing supporting songs including "Ore-no Verdy."

Other soccer games including the Emperor's Cup and the J-League Play-Off are held at this stadium.

Also, pop music concerts such as "a-nation stadium fes." and flea market are held.

In the area of Ajinomoto Stadium, there is Amino Vital Stadium, too. As Chofu Airport is close to this stadium, airplaines are sometimes seen.

It is a large public multi-purpose stadium that has 49,970 seats owned by Tokyo Metropolis. It opened in 2001. It is located in Nishi-Machi, Chofu City, Tokyo. Its nearest station is Tobitakyu Station.

Event Information

Finished Event Information

"The 15th Anniversary Event: The 9th Ajinomoto Stadium Thanks Day"
June 11, 2016 (Saturday)

"Rugby Festival 2016 & TOKYO"
June 25, 2016 (Saturday)

"LipovitanD Challenge Cup 2016: Japan VS Scotland"
June 25, 2016 (Saturday)

"Rugby World Cup 2019™ Event: Light up"
September 20, 2016 (Tuesday)

"Keio Ekiden Festival 2016"
November 20, 2016 (Sunday)

"The Emperor's Cup"
December 24, 2016 (Saturday): "The Emperor's Cup Quarterfinals: FC Tokyo VS Kawasaki Frontale"

"Rugby World Cup 2019™ Event: Light up"
from May 8, 2017 (Monday) to May 9, 2017 (Tuesday)

"The 10th Ajinomoto Stadium Thanks Day"
June 3, 2017 (Saturday)

"KIRIN CHALLENGE CUP 2017: Japan National Team VS Syria National Team"
June 7, 2017 (Wednesday)

"Tokyo Rugby Fan Zone 2017"
June 24, 2017 (Saturday)

"LipovitanD Challenge Cup 2017: Japan VS Irland"
June 24, 2017 (Saturday)

"a-nation 2017"
from August 26, 2017 (Saturday) to August 27, 2017 (Sunday)

"Levain Cup Quarterfinals"
September 3, 2017 (Sunday): "FC Tokyo VS Kawasaki Frontale"

"Event for Rugby World Cup 2019™ that will start in 2 Years: Light up"
from September 18, 2017 (Monday) to September 22, 2017 (Friday)

"Pink Ribbon in Tokyo 2017: Pink Light up"
from October 1, 2017 (Sunday) to October 6, 2017 (Friday)

"EAFF E-1 Football Championship 2017 Final Japan"
December 9, 2017 (Saturday): "Korea Rep. VS China PR"
December 9, 2017 (Saturday): "Japan VS DPR Korea"
December 12, 2017 (Tuesday): "DPR Korea VS Korea Rep."
December 12, 2017 (Tuesday): "Japan VS China PR"
December 16, 2017 (Saturday): "China PR VS DPR Korea"
December 16, 2017 (Saturday): "Japan VS Korea Rep."

"J1 League"
February 24, 2018 (Saturday): "FC Tokyo VS Urawa Reds"
March 3, 2018 (Saturday): "FC Tokyo VS Vegalta Sendai"
March 18, 2018 (Sunday): "FC Tokyo VS Shonan Bellmare"
March 31, 2018 (Saturday): "FC Tokyo VS Gamba Osaka"
April 11, 2018 (Wednesday): "FC Tokyo VS Kashima Antlers"
April 25, 2018 (Wednesday): "FC Tokyo VS Sanfrecce Hiroshima"
April 28, 2018 (Saturday): "FC Tokyo VS Nagoya Grampus"
May 13, 2018 (Sunday): "FC Tokyo VS Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo"
July 22, 2018 (Sunday): "FC Tokyo VS Yokohama F・Marinos"
July 27, 2018 (Friday): "FC Tokyo VS V・Varen Nagasaki"
August 5, 2018 (Sunday): "FC Tokyo VS Vissel Kobe"
August 15, 2018 (Wednesday): "FC Tokyo VS Kashiwa Reysol"
September 2, 2018 (Sunday): "FC Tokyo VS Sagan Tosu"
September 29, 2018 (Saturday): "FC Tokyo VS Shimizu S-Pulse"
October 20, 2018 (Saturday): "FC Tokyo VS Cerezo Osaka"
November 10, 2018 (Saturday): " FC Tokyo VS Júbilo Iwata"
November 24, 2018 (Saturday): " FC Tokyo VS Kawasaki Frontale"

"J2 League"
February 25, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS JEF United Chiba"
March 11, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Matsumoto Yamaga F.C."
March 21, 2018 (Wednesday, National Holiday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Avispa Fukuoka"
March 25, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Montedio Yamagata"
April 7, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS FC Gifu"
May 3, 2018 (Thursday, National Holiday): "Tokyo Verdy VS FC Machida Zelvia"
May 6, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Zweigen Kanazawa"
May 26, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Ehime FC"
June 16, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Kyoto Sanga F.C."
June 23, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Tochigi SC"
July 7, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Fagiano Okayama"
July 15, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Renofa Yamaguchi FC"
July 25, 2018 (Wednesday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Albirex Niigata"
August 4, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Omiya Ardija"
August 18, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Oita Trinita"
September 8, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Yokohama FC"
September 16, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Roasso Kumamoto"
October 6, 2018 (Saturday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Ventforet Kofu"
October 21, 2018 (Sunday):"Tokyo Verdy VS Tokushima Vortis"
November 11, 2018 (Sunday): "Tokyo Verdy VS Kamatamare Sanuki"

"Levain Cup"
March14, 2018 (Wednesday): "Group Stage: FC Tokyo VS Albirex Niigata"
April 18, 2018 (Wednesday): "Group Stage: FC Tokyo VS Yokohama F・Marinos"
May 16, 2018 (Wednesday): "Group Stage: FC Tokyo VS Vegalta Sendai"
September 9, 2018 (Sunday): "Quarterfinals 2nd Game: Kawasaki Frontale VS Kashima Antlers"

"The Emperor's Cup"
June 6, 2018 (Wednesday): "2nd Round: FC Tokyo VS Ryutsu Keizai University Dragons Ryugasaki"

"The 11th Ajinomoto Stadium Thanks Day"
June 24, 2018 (Sunday)

"a-nation 2018"
from August 25, 2018 (Saturday) to August 26, 2018 (Sunday)

"Pink Ribbon in Tokyo 2018: Pink Light up"
from October 1, 2018 (Monday) to October 5, 2018 (Friday)

"LipovitanD Challenge Cup 2018"
November 3, 2018 (Saturday, National Holiday): "Japan National Team VS New Zealand National Team"

"World Diabetes Day 2018 Blue Light up"
from November 12, 2018 (Monday) to November 17, 2018 (Saturday)

Necessary Time
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Opening Hour
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Closed Day
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Admissions Fee
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Access
It takes about 5 minutes from Tobitakyu Station to Ajinomoto Stadium on foot.

Nearest Railway Station
◎ Tobitakyu Station (Keio: Keio Line)
○ Nishi-Chofu Station (Keio: Keio Line)
△ Tama Station (Seibu: Tamagawa Line)
△ Musashinodai Station (Keio: Keio Line)
△ Shiraitodai Station (Seibu: Tamagawa Line)

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Name in English
Ajinomoto Stadium

Name in Roman Letters
Ajinomoto Sutajiamu

Name in Japanese
味の素スタジアム
あじのもとすたじあむ

Address
376-3 Nishi-Machi, Chofu City, Tokyo, 182-0032, Japan

Telephone Number
042-440-0555

URL
http://www.ajinomotostadium.com/english/

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