Ekimae Real Estate Stadium

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Ekimae Real Estate Stadium
Tosu Stadium 20110508.JPG
Former namesTosu Stadium (1996-2007)
Best Amenity Stadium (2008-2019)
LocationJapan 812 Kyomachi, Tosu, Saga, Japan
Coordinates33°22′19″N 130°31′13″E / 33.37194°N 130.52028°E / 33.37194; 130.52028Coordinates: 33°22′19″N 130°31′13″E / 33.37194°N 130.52028°E / 33.37194; 130.52028
Public transitJR Kyushu:
Kagoshima Main Line and Nagasaki Main Line
at Tosu
OwnerCity of Tosu
OperatorCity of Tosu
TypeStadium
Capacity24,130
Field size125 m × 78 m
Field shapeSquare
SurfaceGrass
Construction
OpenedJune 1996
Construction cost¥6.7 billion[1]
ArchitectJGC Corporation[1]
Main contractorsObayashi Corporation[1]
Tenants
Sagan Tosu (1997-) Tosu Futures (1996)

Ekimae Real Estate Stadium (駅前不動産スタジアム, Ekimae Fudōsan Sutajiamu) is a football stadium in Tosu, Saga, Japan. It serves as a home ground of J1 League club Sagan Tosu. The stadium holds 24,130 people and was built in 1996.

It was built in the site of Tosu rail yard and Tosu classification yard in accord with the JR Kyushu's Tosu Station.

It was formerly known as Tosu Stadium (鳥栖スタジアム, Tosu Sutajiamu) then it was called Best Amenity Stadium from January 2008 to January 2019 for the naming rights. Ekimae Real Estate Holdings Co., Ltd., a real estate company in Kurume City, won the naming rights agreement from Tosu City, then renamed the stadium as Ekimae Real Estate Stadium (駅前不動産スタジアム, Ekimae Fudōsan Sutajiamu) from 1 February 2019.[2]

Access[edit]

It is three minutes' walk from Tosu Station.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Tosu Stadium". Kindai-Kenchiku (in Japanese): 56. September 1996.
  2. ^ "Sagan Tosu's Stadium Gets a New Name: Ekimae Real Estate Stadium". Fukuoka Now. 6 February 2019. Retrieved 23 February 2019.

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