About Saitama Super Arena
Saitama Super Arena, also known as Saitama Super Arena, is a large stadium located in the central district of Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan, and is managed and operated by the third division, Saitama Arena Co. The stadium was officially opened in September 2002 and is often referred to as Saitama Arena, SSA, etc. in Japan.
The Saitama Super Arena is a multi-purpose building and the only arena in Japan with a dedicated venue for American soccer games, and can be used for a variety of purposes such as sports games, recitals, TV show recordings, lectures, and exhibitions. Many of the facilities inside the arena, including the floor, ceiling, and seating, are movable and can accommodate a minimum of 5,000 people and a maximum of 37,000 people, making it one of the largest stadiums in Japan for spectators. The plaza outside the arena is paved with artificial turf, and in addition to holding American soccer games, the setup can be changed at will to respond to various events, attracting spectators from all over the world during each event held, and the scene is very hot.
How to get there
3 minutes walk from West Exit of “Saitama-shintoshin” Station
7 minutes on foot from the South Exit of Kita-Yono Station.
From either of these stations, you can access the Saitama Super Arena from the deck on the second floor, so there is little chance of getting lost. However, there are several entrances (gates) to Saitama Super Arena, and they vary from venue to venue, so please check your ticket or directions in advance to confirm the nearest entrance.
There are numerous ways to get to Saitama Super Arena, so compare travel times and prices, and choose the public transportation that best suits your needs. Express buses are convenient for access from any area if you want to travel at a lower cost. Choose a flight with comfortable seats and a time that suits your schedule to ensure a comfortable trip.