Resonac Dome Oita

Coordinates: 33°12′2″N 131°39′27″E / 33.20056°N 131.65750°E / 33.20056; 131.65750
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Resonac Dome Ōita
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Former namesOita Stadium (2001–2006)
Kyushu Oil Dome (2006–2010)
Oita Bank Dome (2010–2019)
Showa Denko Dome Oita (2020–2022)
LocationJapan Ōita, Japan
Coordinates33°12′2″N 131°39′27″E / 33.20056°N 131.65750°E / 33.20056; 131.65750
OwnerŌita Prefecture
OperatorResonac Holdings Co., Ltd.
Capacity40,000 (former 3,000 movable seats were removed)
Field size105 x 68 m
Broke ground1998
Construction cost¥25 billion
ArchitectKisho Kurokawa Architect & Associates, Takenaka Corporation, SATO BENEC, and Takayama Sogo Kogyo[1]
General contractorTakenaka Corporation, SATO BENEC, and Takayama Sogo Kogyo[1]
Oita Trinita (2001–present)
2002 FIFA World Cup
2019 Rugby World Cup
National Sports Festival of Japan (2008)
Inter-High School Championships (2013)
Japan national football team

Resonac Dome Oita (レゾナックドーム大分) is a retractable roof, multi-purpose stadium in the city of Ōita in Ōita Prefecture on Kyushu Island in Japan.

The stadium was built for Ōita Prefecture, which still owns it. Design was led by the famous architect Kisho Kurokawa and his firm Kisho Kurokawa Architect & Associates, and construction was carried out by a construction group led by the Takenaka Corporation. The stadium opened as Oita Stadium in May 2001.

In 2006 it was renamed Kyushu Oil Dome (九州石油ドーム, Kyūshū Sekiyu Dōmu), as a result of a sponsorship deal with Kyushu Oil [ja]. In early 2010, the stadium was renamed Oita Bank Dome (大分銀行ドーム, Ōita Ginkō Dōmu) when sponsorship shifted to Oita Bank [ja]. In early 2019, the stadium was renamed Showa Denko Dome Oita (昭和電工ドーム大分) after Showa Denko acquired naming rights. On 1 January 2023 Showa Denko merged with another another company, forming Resonac Holdings Corporation, and the stadium was given its current name.[2]

The stadium is primarily used for football, and is the home field of J.League club Oita Trinita.


The stadium during a J-League Division 1 game between Ōita Trinita and the Urawa Red Diamonds.
The Resonac Dome Ōita, then the Kyushu Oil Dome, in 2009.

The stadium originally had a capacity of 43,000. After the 2002 FIFA World Cup, 3,000 movable seats on the track were removed, giving the stadium its current capacity of 40,000.

Major sports matches[edit]

2002 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Date Team #1 Result Team #2 Round Attendance
June 10, 2002 Tunisia Tunisia 1–1 Belgium Belgium Group H 39,700
June 13, 2002 Mexico Mexico 1–1 Italy Italy Group G 39,291
June 16, 2002 Sweden Sweden 1–2 (asdet) Senegal Senegal Round of 16 39,747

2019 Rugby World Cup[edit]

Date Time (JST) Team #1 Result Team #2 Round Attendance
October 2, 2019 19:15  New Zealand 63–0  Canada Pool B 34,411
October 5, 2019 14:15  Australia 45–10  Uruguay Pool D 33,781
October 9, 2019 18:45  Wales 29-17  Fiji 33,379
October 19, 2019 16:15  England 40-16  Australia Quarterfinals 36,954
October 20, 2019 16:15  Wales 20-19  France 34,426


Resonac Dome Oita has a retractable dome roof, which uses a wire traction system. Other features of the stadium:

  • Building area: 51,830 m2 (557,900 sq ft)
  • Total floor area: 92,882 m2 (999,770 sq ft)
  • Covered area: 29,000 m2 (310,000 sq ft)
  • Stand inclination: max. 33 degree angle

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Takahashi, Makoto. "Soccer Stadiums with Membrane Structures". MakMax TAIYO KOGYO CORPORATION. Retrieved 2023-09-17.
  2. ^ "【お知らせ】大分トリニータ ホームスタジアム 名称変更のお知らせ". (in Japanese). Oita Trinita. 2022-12-21. Retrieved 2022-12-25.

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