Oita Stadium is another fantastic stadium that is renowned for football and is home of J League club Oita Trinita.
This will be England’s base should they reach the quarter-finals and with a capacity of 40,000, it will be a raucous, wild and passionate atmosphere. Eddie Jones will be desperate for England to get a shot at the last four.
During the tournament, England fans will discover very modern and new stadiums. Oita Stadium was opened in 2001 and hosted three games at the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
This will be a new chapter in its history and one England will be very keen to write.
With its packed stands and cacophonous noise, the atmosphere will be electric for one of the key phases of the tournament. Now all you have to do is be a part of it.
The atmosphere will also be no less passionate when Wales face Fiji in a mouth watering pool D encounter that will test both teams to the core.
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