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J-League Division 1 Football Grounds in Japan

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J-League Division 1 0/25 grounds visited (0%)

Team/GroundI've Been There!
For FootballTour/Non-Football
Cerezo Osaka 
Yanmar Stadium Nagai
Kincho Stadium
Hanazono Rugby Stadium (old ground)
Consadole Sapporo 
Sapporo Dome
Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium
FC Tokyo 
Ajinomoto Stadium
Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium
Gamba Osaka 
Suita City Football Stadium
Osaka Expo '70 Stadium (old ground)
Kashima Antlers 
Kashima Stadium
Kashiwa Reysol 
Kashiwa Soccer Stadium
Kashiwa no Ha Park Stadium (old ground)
Kawasaki Frontale 
Todoroki Athletics Stadium
Nagoya Grampus 
Mizuho Athletic Stadium
Toyota Stadium
Oita Trinita 
Oita Bank Dome
Oita Athletic Stadium
Sagan Tosu 
Tosu Stadium
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 
Edion Stadium (Hiroshima Big Arch)
Shimizu S-Pulse 
Nihondaira Sports Stadium
Shizuoka Stadium (old ground)
Shonan Bellmare 
Hiratsuka Athletics Stadium
Urawa Red Diamonds 
Saitama Stadium
Urawa Komaba Stadium (old ground)
Vegalta Sendai 
Yurtec Stadium Sendai
Miyagi Stadium (old ground)
Vissel Kobe 
Noevir Stadium Kobe
Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium
Yokohama F. Marinos 
Nissan Stadium
Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium
Yokohama FC 
Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium

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Grounds in J-League Division 1 Ordered by Capacity

1.Nissan Stadium home to Yokohama F. Marinos72,327
2.Saitama Stadium home to Urawa Red Diamonds63,700
3.Ajinomoto Stadium home to FC Tokyo50,000
4.Edion Stadium (Hiroshima Big Arch) home to Sanfrecce Hiroshima50,000
5.Yanmar Stadium Nagai home to Cerezo Osaka50,000
6.Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium home to Vissel Kobe45,000
7.Toyota Stadium home to Nagoya Grampus45,000
8.Sapporo Dome home to Consadole Sapporo41,484
9.Kashima Stadium home to Kashima Antlers40,728
10.Oita Bank Dome home to Oita Trinita40,000
11.Suita City Football Stadium home to Gamba Osaka39,694
12.Noevir Stadium Kobe home to Vissel Kobe30,132
13.Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium home to FC Tokyo27,188
14.Mizuho Athletic Stadium home to Nagoya Grampus27,000
15.Todoroki Athletics Stadium home to Kawasaki Frontale25,000
16.Tosu Stadium home to Sagan Tosu24,490
17.Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium home to Consadole Sapporo20,861
18.Kincho Stadium home to Cerezo Osaka20,500
19.Nihondaira Sports Stadium home to Shimizu S-Pulse20,339
20.Yurtec Stadium Sendai home to Vegalta Sendai20,000
21.Hiratsuka Athletics Stadium home to Shonan Bellmare18,500
22.Oita Athletic Stadium home to Oita Trinita16,000
23.Kashiwa Soccer Stadium home to Kashiwa Reysol15,900
24.Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium home to Yokohama F. Marinos15,046
25.Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium home to Yokohama FC15,046
  • Average capacity in J-League Division 1: 32,074

Best supported teams in J-League Division 1

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Urawa Red Diamonds5
2.Nagoya Grampus2
3.Oita Trinita2
4.Vissel Kobe2
5.Consadole Sapporo1
6.FC Tokyo1
7.Gamba Osaka1
8.Kashima Antlers1
9.Kashiwa Reysol1
10.Kawasaki Frontale1
11.Shimizu S-Pulse1
12.Vegalta Sendai1
13.Yokohama F. Marinos1
14.Cerezo Osaka0
15.Sagan Tosu0
16.Sanfrecce Hiroshima0
17.Shonan Bellmare0
18.Yokohama FC0
  • Average # fans in J-League Division 1: 1

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in J-League Division 1?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Vissel Kobe77.00
2.FC Tokyo60.00
3.Shimizu S-Pulse46.00
4.Kawasaki Frontale43.00
5.Yokohama F. Marinos41.00
6.Urawa Red Diamonds25.00
7.Vegalta Sendai24.00
8.Gamba Osaka17.00
9.Nagoya Grampus2.50
10.Oita Trinita1.50
11.Consadole Sapporo0.00
12.Kashima Antlers0.00
13.Kashiwa Reysol0.00
14.Cerezo Osaka0.00
15.Sagan Tosu0.00
16.Sanfrecce Hiroshima0.00
17.Shonan Bellmare0.00
18.Yokohama FC0.00
  • Average # grounds visited in J-League Division 1: 17.74

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