Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Venues: Talking about the rugby World Cup 2 the most talked over topic is the rugby world cup 2019 venues. As we have already discussed that this year Japan is going to host the world cup so the matches will be played in various stadiums in Japan. The opening ceremony will be held on 20 September 2019 in the Tokyo stadium. As the matches will proceed the venues change automatically.
Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Venues
A total of 12 stadiums throughout Japan will be the venues for different matches for the rugby World Cup 2019. Among these 12 stadiums, the Yokohama stadium of Japan is International Stadium having a capacity of 72, 327 spectators. The different matches among the teams within a pool will be held in different venues respectively. When it comes to the final match of the world cup then its venue will be the Nissan stadium in Yokohama in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Those who want to know about the names of stadiums for the rugby matches can find them here which include Tokyo stadium, International Stadium Yokohama, Shizuoka stadium Ecopa, Hanazono rugby Stadium, and Fukuoka Hakatanomori stadium, City of Toyota Stadium, Sapporo Dome, Oita Stadium, Kumamoto Stadium, Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kumagaya Rugby Stadium and Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium.
All the stadiums are the best places to enjoy the matches for the year 2019. All these stadiums are very massive and they can manage so many people who come to see the matches. The capacity of these stadiums is very high that is why these are considered as ideal places for the matches.Everybody is excited to see the matches and I am sure there will be huge crowd of spectators who have planned to come from distant areas just to enjoy the rugby matches being held in front of their eyes.I am sure it will be an outstanding experience to enjoy the match in front of your eyes in Japan. In the end I wish good luck to all the participating teams in the rugby World Cup 2019.
Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Venues Details
|Stadium||Location||Capacity||Nearest train station|
|Sapporo Dome||Sapporo||41.410||Sapporo Station (Hokkaido-Shinkansen Line)|
|Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium||Kamaishi||16.187||Kamaishi Station (Kamaishi Line and Sanriku-Minamiriasu Line)|
|Kumagaya Rugby Stadium||Kumagaya||24.000||Kumagaya Station (Hokuriku-Shinkansen Line and Joetsu-Shinkansen Line)|
|Tokyo Stadium (Ajinomoto Stadium)||Tokyo||49.970||Tobitakyu Station (Keio Line)|
|International Stadium (Nissan Stadium)||Yokohama||72.327||Kozukue Station (Yokohama Line) or Shin-Yokohama Station (Tokaido-Sanyo
|Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa||Shizuoka||50.889||Aino Station (Tokaido Line)|
|City of Toyota Stadium||Toyota||45.000||Toyota-Shi Station (Meitetsu-Mikawa Line) or Shin-Toyota Station
(Aichikanjo Tetsudo Line)
|Hanazono Rugby Stadium||Osaka||30.000||Higashi-Hanazono Station (Kintetsu-Nara Line)|
|Kobe Misaki Stadium||Kobe||30.132||Misakikoen Station (Kaigan Line) or Wadamisaki Station (Kaigan Line or
|Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium (Level Five|
|Fukuoka||22.563||Fukuokakuko Station (Kuko Line)|
|Kumamoto Stadium||Kumamoto||32.000||Hikarinomori Station (Hohi Line)|
|Oita Stadium||Oita||40.000||Takio Station (Hohi Line)|