Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium Japan

Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium

Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium, built in 2001, in Shizuoka Prefecture was a 2002 FIFA World Cup venue where England lost 2-1 to Brazil in the quarterfinals.

Ecopa Stadium

J-League side Jubilo Iwata play their more high profile matches at the 51,349 capacity Ecopa Stadium, which they share with local rivals Shimizu S-Pulse.

Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium

Access - Getting There

Shizuoka 'Ecopa' Stadium
Ogasayama Sports Park, Aino, Fukuroi City 437-8666
Nearest train station: JR Aino Station
Nearest bus stop: Ogasayama Undo Koen

If traveling east from Nagoya take an Hikari Shinkansen to Hamamatsu Station and then change to a JR Tokaido Line train to Aino Station. Journey time is just over an hour.

If traveling west from Tokyo take a Kodama Shinkansen to Kakegawa Station and change there to a JR Tokaido Line train to Aino Station. Journey time is around 1 hour, 40 minutes.

Hotels Nearby

The nearest hotel just five minutes away on foot is the Business Hotel Cosmo Inn.

Hotels near Hamamatsu Station also include the high-end Okura Act City Hotel Hamamatsu, as well as the more budget Daiwa Roynet Hotel Hamamatsu, the Hotel Crown Palais, the Hotel Sorriso Hamamatsu, the Toyoko Inn Hamamatsu Eki Kitaguchi, the Hamamatsu Hotel and the Comfort Hotel Hamamatsu.

Jubilo Pennant, Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium

Shizuoka Fans Video

Listen to the sounds of Ecopa Stadium

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Jubilo fans outside Ecopa Stadium


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