Tosu Stadium - Sagan Tosu Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: July 14, 2021

Exterior of the Tosu Stadium

Tosu Stadium or formerly known as Best Amenity Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a 24,490 sports arena located in the Tosu district of Saga in Japan. Built in 1996, the ground is currently used for the home fixtures of J.League side Sagan Tosu who are a relatively young football club.

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Stadium Facts

Team:Sagan Tosu
Address: Tosu, Saga

Tosu Stadium History

Tosu stadium first opened in 1996 and the inaugural match was held on 16th June between Tosu Futures and Honda Motors F.C. Attended by 20,686 supporters who were eager to be a small part of history, football has proven to be immensely popular in the region and the record attendance currently sits at 23,277. This was achieved on the 23rd July 2014 in a match against Kawasaki Frontale.

Costing an estimated 6.7 billion yen, the stadium was designed as a purpose built football ground and is rectangular in design. Comprised of four separate stands like a lot of classic English stadiums, Tosu also lacks an athletics track around the outside of the pitch which ensures the ground has a certain intimacy to it.

The city of Tosu have sought to sell the naming rights of the stadium since 2006, however it wouldn’t be until the 1st January 2008 that a deal was struck with Best Amenity the food company. The non-sponsorship name continues to be Tosu Stadium however.

During the 2012 season Sagan Tosu challenged for an AFC Champions League place, and would have qualified had they beaten Yokohama F. Marinos in the last game of the season. As their ground would have failed to meet the Asian Football Confederation’s stadium criteria, Sagan Tosu renovated their stadium for the first time in its history. This saw the refurbishment of the floodlights, scoreboards, and spectator amenities such as the ticket office.

In 2013 Sagan Tosu invited Sydney F.C and new signing Alessandro Del Piero to play a friendly against them as part of the Australian based team’s tour of Japan. More international bridges were built the following season when the club hosted the under 16s of Juventus in a preseason tournament.

Sagan Tosu supporters inside the stadium

View of Tosu Stadium

Stand Photos

Tosu Stadium consists of the following four stands: North, East, South and West.

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium.

Matchday Experience

Sagan Tosu Club Shop

Interior of Sagan Tosu club shop

Sagan Tosu Club Shop

How to get to Tosu Stadium

Where is Tosu Stadium?

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Tosu Stadium?

Japanese side Sagan Tosu play their home matches at Tosu Stadium.

What is the capacity of Tosu Stadium?

As of 2024 Tosu Stadium has an official seating capacity of 24,490 for Football matches.

When was Tosu Stadium opened?

Tosu Stadium officially opened in 1996 and is home to Sagan Tosu

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Tosu Stadium in 2024. Please visit the official website of Sagan Tosu for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.

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