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World Cup 2002 Stadiums - Miyagi

The Miyagi Stadium has one of the most innovative designs amongst the new World Cup stadia. The sweeping design is partially built into a hillock, integrating the venue with the environment.

With features to assist elderly and disabled fans, the shape of the ground reflects a traditional Japanese battle dress helmet.


Venue Fixtures
09/06/02 Mexico - v - Ecuador  
12/06/02 Sweden - v - Argentina  
18/06/02 Undecided - v - Undecided  

Venue Details
Stadium name Miyagi Stadium
Address 40-1 Aza-Tate, Sugaya, Rifu-cho, Miyagi
Seating capacity 49000

Miyagi Information
Miyagi is a region of outstanding beauty, with soaring mountains and picturesque coastlines. It is home to electronic, agricultural, and fishing industries, with old and new trades sitting side-by-side.

Within the region lies Sendai, the city from where the ancient Date clan ruled the region. Sendai is now a thriving modern city, the heart of the Miyagi area.

Matsushima Bay contains over 260 islands, and is recognised as one of the most scenic vistas in Japan.

There are strong farming and fishing communities in Miyagi which produce rice, beef and strawberries, as well as plentiful supplies of seafood and fish.

Visitors to the region can experience many festivals throughout the year, most with traditional aspects to enjoy.


Official Stadium Site
www.pref.miyagi.jp



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