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SPORTS YOKOHAMA Vol.42:

Large-scale Sports Facilities That the City  of Yokohama Proudly Provides for Sports Lover

We Want to Win the Championship with Shunsuke
This is what was written on a banner stretched across the stands just before Yokohama F-Marinos played against Shimizu S-Pulse as part of the 26 Gameday Games from the J. League Division 1 Season on September 21, 2013. Shunsuke Nakamura, who was named the most valuable player for the J. League’s 2013 season, thanked the supporters in his MVP comment, saying: “During the game on September 21, I saw a banner with a personal message for me. I was really touched by that. I’ll never forget it for the rest of my life.”
Kiyoshi Nakahata, Manager of the Yokohama DeNA BayStars, says:
“I think cheers from the fans in the stands might make the players more powerful than they actually are. For the players, having all those fans out there watching and cheering is a great pleasure. So they should reward the fans for the support in any way they can.”
The City of Yokohama has a number of large-scale sports facilities, such as Nissan Stadium (former International Stadium Yokohama) with the highest seating capacity in Japan, and a host of sports events are held in the city for both professional athletes and amateur sports lovers.
Fans enjoy watching their support encourage players, and players see it as a great source of energy to play in front of stands packed with cheering fans. Go to these superb big sports facilities in Yokohama and watch exciting sports games.

Information provided by: Yokohama F-Marinos
Photos provided by: Yokohama Stadium, Shin-Yokohama Park, Yokohama International Swimming Pool and Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
Researched and written and photos provided by: Hiroyuki Yoshiyama and Hideaki Seki

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Large-scale Sports Facilities That the City  of Yokohama Proudly Provides for Sports Lover

We Want to Win the Championship with Shunsuke
This is what was written on a banner stretched across the stands just before Yokohama F-Marinos played against Shimizu S-Pulse as part of the 26 Gameday Games from the J. League Division 1 Season on September 21, 2013. Shunsuke Nakamura, who was named the most valuable player for the J. League’s 2013 season, thanked the supporters in his MVP comment, saying: “During the game on September 21, I saw a banner with a personal message for me. I was really touched by that. I’ll never forget it for the rest of my life.”
Kiyoshi Nakahata, Manager of the Yokohama DeNA BayStars, says:
“I think cheers from the fans in the stands might make the players more powerful than they actually are. For the players, having all those fans out there watching and cheering is a great pleasure. So they should reward the fans for the support in any way they can.”
The City of Yokohama has a number of large-scale sports facilities, such as Nissan Stadium (former International Stadium Yokohama) with the highest seating capacity in Japan, and a host of sports events are held in the city for both professional athletes and amateur sports lovers.
Fans enjoy watching their support encourage players, and players see it as a great source of energy to play in front of stands packed with cheering fans. Go to these superb big sports facilities in Yokohama and watch exciting sports games.

Information provided by: Yokohama F-Marinos
Photos provided by: Yokohama Stadium, Shin-Yokohama Park, Yokohama International Swimming Pool and Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
Researched and written and photos provided by: Hiroyuki Yoshiyama and Hideaki Seki

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