Minami Nagano Sports Park Football Stadium

aka "Nagano U Stadium"
Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture

Minami Nagano Sports Park was constructed in preparation for the 1998 Nagano Olympics, to serve as the main venue for Opening and Closing ceremonies, as well as all awards presentations. Although the pitch itself was not used for the Olympics, the original planning included the idea that the stadium would host amateur football and rugby once the Olympics was over.

But 2010, Nagano Parceiro was setting its sights on J.League promotion, and in order to ensure that the facility would qualify for use as Parceiro's home stadium even if they reache4d the J1, seating was expanded during 2012-13, raising the official capacity to around 15,500. The first J.League match to be played here was in 2015.

Minami-Nagano Sports Park Football Stadium
aka "Nagano U Stadium"

Location: Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture   Capacity: 15,515
Home Team(s): AC Nagano Parceiro   Completed: 1996

Stadium Access

The closest train station is Shinonoi station on the Shinonoi Line - about 12 minutes from JR Nagano Station. There are shuttle buses departing from in front of the East exit of Shinonoi station (outside the Esat exit) every few minutes, on match days. The bus ride takes about 10 minutes, and goes directly to the front gate of the Stadium. By car, take the

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Ticket Prices

General admission:
Adults Y; Children Y
Reserved seats:
Adults Y; Children Y

Pictures of Minami-Nagano (Nagano U) Stadium