List of Stadiums in Japan

The following is a list of stadiums in Japan, ordered by capacity. Currently all stadiums with a capacity of 30,000 or more are included.

# Image Stadium Capacity City Home Team
1 Nissan Stadium 72,327 Yokohama Yokohama F. Marinos
2 Saitama Stadium 63,700 Saitama Urawa Red Diamonds
3 Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium 60,000 Kobe some Vissel Kobe matches
4 National Olympic Stadium 57,363 Tokyo Japan national football team, Emperor's Cup and J. League Cup finals
5 Koshien Stadium 55,000 Nishinomiya Hanshin Tigers
6 Tokyo Dome 55,000 Tokyo Yomiuri Giants
7 Shizuoka Stadium 51,349 Fukuroi some Júbilo Iwata and Shimizu S-Pulse matches
8 Ajinomoto Stadium 50,100 Tokyo F.C. Tokyo, Tokyo Verdy
9 Hiroshima Big Arch 50,000 Hiroshima Sanfrecce Hiroshima
10 Nagai Stadium 50,000 Osaka Cerezo Osaka
11 Osaka Dome 50,000 Osaka some Orix Buffaloes games
12 Miyagi Stadium 49,133 Rifu some Vegalta Sendai matches
13 Fukuoka Dome 48,000 Fukuoka Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks
14 Toyota Stadium 45,000 Toyota City Toyota Verblitz, some Nagoya Grampus matches
15 Ōita Stadium 43,254 Ōita Oita Trinita
16 Sapporo Dome 42,831 Sapporo Consadole Sapporo, Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters
17 Niigata Stadium 42,300 Niigata Albirex Niigata
18 Nagoya Dome 40,500 Nagoya Chunichi Dragons
19 Kashima Soccer Stadium 39,026 Kashima Kashima Antlers
20 Home's Stadium Kobe 34,000 Kobe Vissel Kobe, Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers
21 Hiroshima Municipal Stadium 31,984 Hiroshima Hiroshima Toyo Carp
22 Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium 30,000 Higashiōsaka Kintetsu Liners

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