Kashiwanoha Park Stadium
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|Field size||105 x 68 m|
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Kashiwanoha Park Stadium (柏の葉公園総合競技場? Kashiwanha Kōen Sōgō Kyōgijō) is a multi-use stadium in north-west area of Kashiwa, Japan. It is currently used mostly for football matches and rugby union. The stadium holds 20,000 people and was built from 1995, and served from 1999.
It's defined as one of home ground of Kashiwa Reysol (J.League club), but most of Reysol supporters reject using this stadium, because of worse condition than Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium, in points of accessibility (see the table below) and watching games from back-end and side stands. And, J.League match (except cup tournaments) hasn't been held in this stadium since 2009 season.
- Access from Kashiwa Station by public transports
|by||Train||Bus (often delayed)||Foot|
|Kashiwanoha Park Stadium||Tōbu Noda Line||10 min.
|10 min.||2 min.|
|Transit Bus||no need||25 min.||2 min.|
|Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium||Transit Bus||no need||app. 7 min.||1 min|
|Foot (1.5 km)||no need||no need||20 min.|
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