Saitama Super Arena
This enormous sports arena serves as multi-purpose complex in saitama city of Japan and organizes various cultural events, sport competitions, conferences and seminars.
Olympic Basketball (Basketball): 21,000
Tokyo Aquatic Center
This novel piece of architecture has been created in Tatsumi-no-mori Seaside Park and will be utilized for domestic and international competitions post Olympic games.
Olympic Aquatics (Swimming, Diving, Artistic Swimming) : 15,000
Dedicated to one of the Japanese pro football team and baseball team Sapporo Dome is a all weather stadium, situated in the Sapporo city in Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido.
Olympic Football: 41,000
Sea Forest Cross-Country Course
A temporary course has been constructed beside the Tokyo’s bay exuberating cityscape for the equestrian cross country competition during the 2020 Games.
Olympic Equestrian : 16,000
Oi Hockey Stadium
Hockey being followed and played across all nations made it as a popular game worldwide. The Oi Hockey stadium has been constructed to host most of the hockey matches. Indian women and men teams have qualified for Tokyo Olympics 2020 and interestingly Indian hockey team secured goal medal in Tokyo Olympic 1964. In the race of sustainable development the hockey turf features the filaments that are made by 60% regrowable products, to reduce the carbon footprints.
Olympic Hockey: 15,000
Odaiba Marine Park
This marine park has been reserved for the endurance athletes in midst of the natural lush greenery. Temporary venue will be set up in the park for the swimming(10km) and triathlon(1.5km swim, 40km bike, 10km run) events.
Olympic Aquatics (Marathon Swimming): 5,500
Olympic Triathlon: 5,500
Saitama stadium situated in the Saitama city is a massive football stadium and one of the largest in Asia.
Olympic Football: 64,000
Cycling has been an official Olympic sport since 1896 and this year it is not being held on a circuit, instead it will have different start and end points. The main events will be time trial and road race.
Olympics witnessed the karate in 1964 Tokyo games and since then it’s popularity has grown tremendously around the globe.
Olympic Judo: 11,000
Olympic Karate: 11,000
Miyagi stadium is being utilized for football and athletic competitions in Miyagi prefecture. The ceiling covering the stadium resembles to a crescent moon.
Venue capacity :
Olympic Football : 49,000
Makuhari messe hall
Spanning across 21000 square meter this convention center is divided into three zones namely, the International exhibition hall, the international conference hall and the Makuhari event hall.
Venue capacities Hall A
Olympic Wrestling, Taekwondo: 10,000
Venue capacities Hall B
Olympic Fencing: 8,000
Venue capacities Hall C
Paralympic Goalball: 5,500
Although Kokugikan Arena is a home to Japanese national sport sumo wrestling, but this Olympics it will be host boxing bouts and the arena is constructed in such a way so that spectators get a live view of the match from every corner.
Olympic Boxing: 7,300