Toho Stadium

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Toho Stadium (Tohoku, Japan)
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Toho Stadium (Japan)
Full nameToho Minnano Stadium
Former namesAzuma Athletic Stadium (1994–2013)
Location Flag of Japan.svg Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan
Coordinates 37°43′24″N140°21′41″E / 37.723333°N 140.361389°E / 37.723333; 140.361389
Owner Fukushima Prefecture
Capacity 21,000
SurfaceNatural grass
ScreensLarge video equipment: High-brightness full-color LEDs
Opened1994
Tenants
Fukushima United FC

Toho Stadium (とうほう・みんなのスタジアム, Tōhō Min'na-no Stadium) is an athletic stadium in Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan.

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It was formerly known as Azuma Athletic Stadium. Since May 2013 it has been called Toho Stadium for the naming rights by Toho Bank.

It was one of the home stadia of football club Fukushima United FC. [1]

Facility overview

Japan Athletics Federation Class 1 Official Recognition
Track: 400m×9 lanes
Surface Natural grass ground
Field size: 105m×70m
Capacity: 21,000 (Main Stand: 6,500 seats), Lawn Stand: 14,000)
However, in the J.League, as a rule, grass seats and buffer zones are not added to the capacity, so it is introduced as "6,464 people who can enter".
Lighting equipment: 1,500L x 4 units
Large video equipment: High-brightness full-color LEDs (installed in 2014) Installed near corners 1 and 2
Ancillary Facilities: Auxiliary athletic stadium 1 lap 400m×8 courses, all-weather pavement (with night lighting)

Naming rights

Naming rights are solicited for the purpose of raising maintenance and operating costs for this stadium. There were applications from two companies in Fukushima Prefecture, a contract was signed in May 2013 with the Toho Bank. The contact was due to terminate 31/03/2018. The total value of the contract is 52.5 million yen. Alternative name is "Toho Minna no Stadium" (abbreviation: Tousuta).


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