Uozu Momoyama Sports Park Stadium

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Uozu Momoyama Sports Park Stadium
魚津桃山運動公園陸上競技場
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Uozu Momoyama Sports Park Stadium
Location Flag of Japan.svg Uozu, Toyama, Japan
Owner Uozu City
Capacity 6,420
Opened1987
Website
Official site

Uozu Momoyama Sports Park Stadium (魚津桃山運動公園陸上競技場) is an athletic stadium in Uozu, Toyama Prefecture, Japan.

It is one of the home stadium of football club Kataller Toyama. [1]

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