Tokyo Football Stadium

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Tokyo Football Stadium
Location Flag of Japan.svg Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Football Stadium (東京蹴球場) is a football stadium in Tokyo, Japan.

It was used as football stadium of the 1958 Asian Games. [1]

  1. "代表Timeline | Samurai Blue サッカー日本代表| 日本サッカー協会".

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