The Nagasaki Stadium City complex, slated to open in autumn 2024, has released a new hospitality package for its centrepiece football venue, Peace Stadium Connected by SoftBank.
The newly unveiled package includes a seating arrangement which boasts spectator views closer to the pitch than any other stadium in Japan. J-League Division 2 (J2) side V-Varen Nagasaki will play its home games at the stadium after construction is completed in the second half of the 2024 season.
As of the end of August, construction of the venue is 41.3% complete, and it has been announced that the ‘Player’s Suite’ seating will be only five metres from the pitch, making it closer to the action than any other stadium seat in Japan.
Exclusively available to fans who acquire the Player’s Suite package will be the ability to view players running out onto the pitch, as well as the post-match manager and player press conferences, through glass walls.
Player’s Suite ticket holders will also enjoy a buffet meal prepared by the Stadium City Hotel’s chef and an all-you-can-drink service. The Player’s Suite will hold 124 seats, with prices yet to be announced.
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