|Former names||Sagamihara Asamizo Stadium (2007-2014)|
|Location||Minami-ku, Sagamihara, Japan|
|Public transit|| JR East :|
Sagami Line at Harataima
|Operator||Sagamihara Sports Association Group|
| SC Sagamihara |
FC Machida Zelvia (2010)
Sagamihara Gion Stadium (相模原ギオンスタジアム) is a multi-use stadium in Minami-ku, Sagamihara, Japan. It was formerly known as Sagamihara Asamizo Stadium since it is located in Sagamihara Asamizo Park
Since the naming rights. were sold in March 2014 it has been called Sagamihara Gion Stadium. It is currently used mostly for football matches and athletics events and is the home ground of SC Sagamihara. This stadium has a seating capacity of 11,808.
Sagamihara is a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is the third-most-populous city in the prefecture, after Yokohama and Kawasaki, and the fifth most populous suburb of the Greater Tokyo Area. Its northern neighbor is Machida, with which a cross-prefectural merger has been proposed.
Mitsubishi Dynaboars (三菱重工相模原ダイナボアーズ) also known as Mitsubishi Juko Sagamihara Rugby Club, are a Japanese rugby union team based in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The owner of this club is Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
The Keio Sagamihara Line is a Japanese railway line operated by the private railway operator Keio Corporation, connecting Hashimoto Station in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture and Chōfu Station in Chōfu, Tokyo.
Photo City Sagamihara is a photographic award that has been sponsored annually by the city of Sagamihara since 2001.
Odakyu-Sagamihara Station is a railway station on the Odakyu Odawara Line in Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Odakyu Electric Railway.
Minami-Hashimoto Station is a train station in the city of Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is 31.3 rail kilometers from the terminal station of the Sagami Line, Chigasaki.
Sagamihara Station is a railway station on the Yokohama Line in Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
SC Sagamihara is a Japanese association football club based in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara (ノジマステラ神奈川相模原) is a women's football club who play in the Nadeshiko League Division 1. Its hometown is the city of Sagamihara, Kanagawa.
The Sagamihara stabbings were committed on 26 July 2016 in Midori Ward, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan. Nineteen people were killed and twenty-six others were injured, thirteen severely, at a care home for disabled people. The suspect was a 26-year-old man, identified as Satoshi Uematsu, a former employee of the care facility. Uematsu surrendered at a nearby police station with a bag of knives and was subsequently arrested. The attack was described as one of the worst crimes committed on Japanese soil in modern history.
Kota Amano is a Japanese footballer who plays for SC Sagamihara.
Tsuyoshi Sato is a former Japanese footballer who last played for SC Sagamihara.
Takahisa Kitahara is a Japanese footballer who plays for SC Sagamihara.
Kaijiro Fujiyoshi is a Japanese footballer who plays for Nara Club.
Keita Makiuchi is a Japanese football player for SC Sagamihara.
The 2017 Top Challenge League was the inaugural season of Japan's second-tier domestic rugby union competition, the Top Challenge League.
Samuel Henrique Alves is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays as a defender for Japanese side Maruyasu Okazaki, on loan from SC Sagamihara.
Kohei Matsumoto, is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as a forward for SC Sagamihara.
The Sagamino plateau, also known as the Zama Hills or Sagami plains, is a wide plateau situated between the Tama Hills and the Sagami River in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Near its northern boundary with the city of Sagamihara, it is also called the Sagamihara plateau.
Yudai Tanaka is a Japanese football player for Blaublitz Akita.
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