Yokohama hosted three first round matches and the
2002 Korea/Japan World Cup Final.
Capacity: 70,564 - the largest in Japan.
2002 World Cup Match Reports.
Sunday, 9th June:
Japan vs Russia (1:0)
Tuesday, 11th June:
Saudi Arabia vs Rep.
of Ireland (0:3)
Thursday, 13th June:
Ecuador vs Croatia (1:0)
Sunday, 30th June:
2002 World Cup Final
Germany vs Brazil
Getting to the Stadium
The Yokohama International Stadium is about ten minutes walk from JR
Shin-Yokohama station and Kozukue station, on the JR Yokohama line.
Narita International Airport is 1hr 40mins by train and Haneda Airport
only 50 minutes by train.
Yokohama is Japan's second largest city, after Tokyo - which is
only half an hour away.
Enjoy a romantic view of the Bay Bridge and ships passing through the
Monuments on view include The Girl with Red Shoes statue, Indian Water
Fountain (Indo Suito), and the Water Guardian Statue.
JR Narita Express and the Airport Limousine Bus both take around 90
minutes from Narita to Yokohama Station. Haneda airport is nearer -- 30mins by bus.
Yokohama is on the Tokaido/Sanyo Shinkansen Line, connecting Tokyo
with Odawara, Nagoya and Osaka. JR trains to Tokyo also operate
The Metropolitan Expressway connects Yokohama with Tokyo and the Tomai
Expressway with Kansai and Central Japan.
Hotel prices around the Shinkansen station are a little higher and
tend to cater to the business traveller.
Interestingly, the accommodation around the port area is not amongst
the cheapest in Yokohama at all.
Find hotels in Yokohama with special online rates.
Yokohama Budget Accommodation
Hostel Village (Hayashi Kaikan) is located close to Yokohama Chinatown; while the Yokohama
Isezakicho Washington Hotel is located at the west exit of Isesakicho station.
Matches in Japan.
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