The Stadiums of the Rugby World Cup™


Check out the stadiums that will host the 48 matches of the Rugby World Cup 2019™, Japan.

The competition will take place across Japan in 12 different cities. 12 stadiums, spread from Hokkaido to Kyushu Island, through Tokyo and Osaka. This is the perfect opportunity to visit Japan between two matches.

It is the first time that a World Cup is held in Asia. Thus, the country's sporting arenas will be ready to host the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The International Stadium Yokohama (or Yokohama's Nissan Stadium) is the largest in Japan with a capacity of 72,327 spectators. Inaugurated in 1998, it will host the final on November 2, 2019.

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Sapporo Dome

Capacity: 41.410 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 13 minutes by metro from the city centre (Toho line – stop at the Fukusumi station)


kamaishi recovery memorial stadium

Capacity: 16 187 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa




kumagaya rugby stadium

Capacity: 24.000 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 10 minutes by bus from the Kumagaya station (Kumagaya Dome direction – stop at the Kumagaya Dome Station or Kumagaya Sports and Culture Park)


tokyo stadium

Capacity: 49.970 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Capacity
: 49.970 spectatorsAccess: 13 minutes by train from the Shinjuku station or 30 by train from the Shibuya station (Keio line – stop at the Tobitayu station)


INTERNATIONAL STADIUM YOKOHAMA

Capacity: 72.327 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access
: 10 minutes by train from the Yokohama station (JR Yokohama line – stop at the Shinyokohama station)


shizuoka stadium ecopa

Capacity: 50.889 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access
: 50 minutes by train from Shizuoka station or 20 minutes by train from the Hamamatsu station (JR Tokaido line – stop at the Aino station)


city of toyota stadium

Capacity: 45.000 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 50 minutes by train from the Nagoya station (Aichi Loop Railway line – stop at the Toyotashi station)


hanazono rugby stadium

Capacity: 30.000 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 20 minutes by train from the Osaka Namba station (Kintetsu Nara line – get off at the Higashi Hanazono station)


fukuoka hakatonomori stadium

Capacity: 22.563 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 25 minutes by metro, then bus from the Hakata central station (take the metro to the airport, then at the airport take a bus in the direction of AEON mall Fukuoka or n°3 Umm Eigyosho – get off at Higashi-Hirao Koen-Iriguchi)


Kobe Misaki Stadium

Capacity: 30.132 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 10 minutes by metro from the Kobe Sannomiya station (Kaigan metro line – get off at the Misaki Koen station)


kumamoto stadium

Capacity: 32.000 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa

Access: 50 minutes by bus from the Kumamoto station (Shika n°8 Menkyo Centre direction – get off at Park Dorm Kumamoto mae)


oita stadium

Capacity: 40.000 spectators
Hakata Gion Yamakasa


Access: 45 minutes by bus from the Oita station (Park Place direction, via Mera BP – get off at Oita Sport Park Higashi)