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Tokyo 2020 Olympics: where to compete. All facilities – Olympics

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Tokyo but not only: to allow the performance of ben 50 discipline in the context of Olympic Games that will begin Friday 23 July and they will end Sunday 8 August there will also be a need for various sites outside the Japanese capital, which at an organizational level already offered structures borrowed from games of ’64. Below we associate the relative capacity to each plant, despite the fact that the Games will be without an audience.

Major sites outside Tokyo


Odori Park in Sapporo – athletics (marathons and marches);
Tsurigasaki beach – surfing (6000 seats)
Saitama Super Arena – basketball (21000 seats)
Asaka shooting range – shooting / flying (3200 seats)
Kasumigaseki Country Club – golf (25000 posti)
Enoshima – vela (3600 posts)
Izu Velodrome – cycling (pursuit, 3600 seats)
Izu MTB Course – ciclismo (mountain bike, 11500 posti)
Fuji Circuit – cycling (arrival of road races, time trials, 22,000 seats)
Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium – baseball and softball (opening matches, 14,300 seats)
Yokohama Stadium – baseball e softball (35000 posti)

Heritage area (facilities used already in the ’64 Olympics)

Olympic Stadium – opening and closing ceremonies, athletics, women’s football final (68,000 seats)
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium – table tennis (7000 seats)
Yoyogi National Gymnasium – handball (10200 seats)
Nippon Budokan – judo, karate (11000 posti)
Tokyo International Forum – weightlifting (5000 seats)
Ryogoku Kokugikan – pugilato (7300 posti)
Baji-koen – horse riding (9300 seats)
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza – badminton, modern pentathlon and fencing (7200 seats)
Tokyo Stadium – football, modern pentathlon and seven-a-side rugby (48,000 seats)
Musashino-no-mori Park – Cycling (start of road races)

Tokyo Bay Works

Ariake Arena – volleyball (15000 seats)
Ariake Gymnastics Center – artistic, rhythmic and trampoline gymnastics (12000 seats)
Ariake Urban Sports Park – BMX e skateboard (7000 posti)
Ariake Coliseum – tennis (19900 posti)
Odaiba Marine Park – triathlon and cross-country swimming (5000 seats)
Shiokaze Park – beach volleyball (12000 seats)
Aomi Urban Sports Park – sport climbing and basketball 3X3 (8400 seats)
Oi Hockey Stadium – Field Hockey (15,000 seats)
Central Breakwater – cross-country (16000 posti)
Sea Forest Waterway – rowing and canoeing / kayaking (16000 seats)
Kasai Canoe Slalom Center – canoa/kayak (7500 posts)
Yumenoshima Park – archery (5600 seats)
Tokyo Aquatics Center – swimming, diving and synchronized swimming (15,000 seats)
Tatsumi Water Polo Center – water polo (4700 seats)
Makuhari Messe – wrestling, fencing and taekwondo (10,000 seats)

Football facilities

Olympic Stadium, Tokyo (68,000 seats)
Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo (48000 posti)
Sapporo Dome, Sapporo (41000 seats)
Miyagi Stadium, Sendai (49000 posti)
Kashima Soccer Stadium, Kashima (40000 posti)
Saitama Stadium, Saitama (64000 posti)
Yokohama International Stadium, Yokohama (72000 seats)

Non-competition facilities

Tokyo Imperial Hotel – headquarters of the IOC
Harumi Futo – Olympic village
Tokyo Big Sight – center for media and international broadcasting

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