NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium

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NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium
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NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium
Former namesYokohama Mitsuzawa Football Stadium (1955–2008)
Location Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, Japan
Public transit Yokohama Municipal Subway :
Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line symbol.svg Blue Line at Mitsuzawa-kamichō
OwnerYokohama City Government
OperatorYokohama City Government
Capacity 15,046
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Opened1955
Expanded1964, 1993
Tenants
Yokohama FC
Yokohama F. Marinos
YSCC Yokohama
Nittaidai Ladies FC

The NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium (ニッパツ三ツ沢球技場, Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Kyugijo) is a football stadium in Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, Japan. It serves as a home ground of Yokohama FC and, on occasion, Yokohama F. Marinos. Until 1999 it had been the home of Yokohama FC's spiritual predecessor, Yokohama Flügels, and also, on occasion, to Kawasaki-based NKK FC The stadium holds 15,046 people.

It was formerly known as Yokohama Mitsuzawa Football Stadium. Since March 2008 it has been called NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium for the naming rights by NHK Spring Company.

It is also used sometimes for Top League rugby games.

During the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, it hosted some of the football preliminaries. It was also one of the venues of the 1979 FIFA World Youth Championship.

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