World Cup stadium tours

World Cup stadium tours

Relive the excitement of the 2002 FIFA World Cup™

The World Cup stadium tours
Stadium gallery Monument 2002 Games of Yokohama 2002 Volunteer wall VIP seating All goals & games Warming-up room Victory is Ours Brazil team's locker room Victory road Special exhibitions Road to YOKOHAMA During 2002 FIFA World CupTM, total of four games were held here at the Nissan Stadium. Among them were the final game and the historic game between Japan and Russia in which Japan captured the first-ever victory in FIFA World CupTM regular round. The World Cup Stadium Tour will show you around the stadium from the perspective of the players, so you can better imagine what the world's best players experienced during the games. Autographs, left by the 2002 FIFA World CupTM champion, Brazil team, can still be seen in the locker room. Walk in the players' footsteps, up the stairs that lead to the pitch and the overwhelming 72,000-seat stadium. The displays include the monument, vivid picture panels, valuable autographed footballs and uniforms, and so on. Now, take the World Cup Stadium Tour and revisit the excitement and thrill of the 2002 FIFA World CupTM.


Stadium gallery 01 Stadium Gallery
Reception for the "World Cup Stadium Tour" and orientation are located here. The displays in this section provide information and exhibits on the history of the FIFA World CupTM since the first round, the birthplace of football, the city of Yokohama and more.
Monument 2002 02 Monument 2002
On the monument in this section, you will find the footprint of the Brazil team captain, Cafu, and the handprint of the German captain, Kahn. You will also see a floor of relief tiles engraved with the results of all the 2002 FIFA World CupTM games from the preliminary rounds held throughout the world, to the cup final in Yokohama.
Games of Yokohama 2002
Games of Yokohama 2002
03 Games of Yokohama 2002
Big picture panels convey the excitement of the event and indicate all four games held at the Nissan Stadium along with their results.
Volunteer wall 04 Volunteer Wall
This section displays the activities of volunteers who welcomed spectators from all over the world.
Brazil team's locker room 05 Brazil team's locker room (on June 30, 2002)
The Brazil team's locker room on the day of the cup final was reproduced. You will see autographed lockers of every team player, replica uniforms, and the whiteboard on which the mysterious numbers to forecast the team's victory scores are written.
Warming-up room 06 Warm-up room
The players warmed up in this room before the games. A life-sized goal posts are also displayed.
This section describes the activities carried out by the citizens of Yokohama and the excitement from the invitation to the cup final along with pictures, posters, flags, and other items. The exhibition includes the uniforms and footballs autographed by the players.
Special exhibitions 08 Special exhibitions
Various exhibitions will be on display in this section to promote the spirit and excitement of football and other sports.
Victory road 09 Victory road
Experience for yourself what it was like for the players to walk out onto the field, complete with the actual music used for the entry of players onto the pitch for the 2002 FIFA World CupTM games.
VIP seating 10 VIP seating
Celebrities and VIPs from Japan and all over the world watched the games from here. Take a seat!
All goals & games 11 All goals & games
This section provides information on the games of the Yokohama F. Marinos and the Japan national team held at the Nissan Stadium. Learn about the history of the Yokohama F. Marinos from their dual origins as the Yokohama Marinos and Yokohama Flugels merged into the present Yokohama F. Marinos. Included are all the scores made by these teams presented on a panel.
Victory is Ours 12 Victory is Ours
This is where supporters gather to pray for their team's victory. On display are replica 1904 uniforms of Japan's first sports club that promoted football, and uniforms of the Yokohama F. Marinos and the Japan national teams. These are set against a backdrop of red bricks from the historic Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse.

Information on Stadium Tours

Something for all tour visitors: We give all visitors the goods with the same kind of grass seeds as used for the pitch of the final match in 2002 FIFA World Cup™

Tour dates

Mar 2(Thu), 3(Fri), 5(Sun), 8(Wed), 10(Fri), 15(Wed), 23(Thu)
Apr 3(Mon), 5(Wed), 6(Thu), 12(Wed), 13(Thu), 14(Fri), 17(Mon), 19(Wed), 20(Thu), 21(Fri), 22(Sat), 26(Wed), 27(Thu), 28(Fri)
*Please be aware that the tour date will be added later and the schedule will be canceled for some reason.
Entrance fees Individual Adult \500 Child (junior high school student & pupil) \250
* Infants below age 6: free
(20 people or more)
Adult \400 Child (junior high school student & pupil)) \200
* Infants below age 6: free
Time required 60 minutes
Starting time (1)10:30, (2)12:00, (3)13:30, (4)15:00
*You are requested to make a reservation for the group tour. Please inform us the time you desire.
Meeting place Stadium shop
Inquiry on group tour by e-mail is accepted. Please mail to :
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