International Stadium Yokohama


The International Stadium Yokohama has the highest capacity of any stadium in Japan, with 72,327 seats.

It is a wonderful stadium with a great sporting history. It hosted three first round matches during the 2002 Football World Cup and the final between Germany and Brazil. It will also host Baseball and Softball matches during the 2020 Olympics.

This will be the stadium that potentially defines the tournament for both England and Scotland.

England will face rivals France here in their final pool match – a match that will likely decide their knock out destiny and potential route to the final. A huge venue for music festivals and concerts, International Stadium Yokohama will be one of the favourites for fans throughout the world.

The atmosphere promises to be electric and England fans are sure to make it a very special occasion against the French.

Scotland will begin their campaign here with one of the biggest game of the tournament against Ireland and also end their pool campaign with a huge showdown against hosts Japan.

It will be a purely European encounter with a worldwide feel. Unmissable.

Stadium Categorisation

Please note this map is made available as a guide only, is not to scale and is an approximation of where you may be seated in the stadium.

This map is subject to change and re-categorisation at any time at the sole discretion of the Organising Committee.