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Tokyo Summer Olympics Venues 2021


Venue Events Capacity Status
Japan National Stadium Opening and closing ceremonies 68,000 Completed
Athletics (track and field)
Football (women’s final)
Yoyogi National Gymnasium Handball 13,291 Existing
Ryōgoku Kokugikan Boxing 11,098 Existing
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table tennis 10,000 Existing
Nippon Budokan Judo 14,471 Existing
Karate
Tokyo International Forum Weightlifting 5,012 Existing
Musashinonomori Park Road cycling (start road races) Temporary

Tokyo Bay Zone

There are 13 venues planned for 15 sports located in the vicinity of Tokyo Bay, southeast of the Olympic Village, predominantly on Ariake, Odaiba and the surrounding artificial islands.

Venue Events Capacity Status
Kasai Rinkai Park Canoeing (slalom) 8,000 Ready, built for the games
Oi Hockey Stadium Field hockey 15,000 Ready, built for the games
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Aquatics (swimming, diving, artistic swimming) 15,000 Ready, built for the games
Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center Water polo 3,635 Existing
Yumenoshima Park Archery 7,000 Under construction
Ariake Arena Volleyball 12,000 Ready, built for the games
Ariake Urban Sports Park BMX cycling 6,000 Under construction
Skateboarding
Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics (artistic, rhythmic, trampoline) 10,000 Temporary
Ariake Coliseum Tennis 20,000 = 10,000 centre court; 5,000 court 1; 3,000 court 2; 2,000 match courts (8×250) Existing, renovated
Odaiba Marine Park Triathlon 5,000 seated, unlimited standing room along route Existing with temporary stands
Aquatics (marathon swimming)
Shiokaze Park Beach volleyball 12,000 Temporary
Central Breakwater and Sea Forest Waterway Equestrian (eventing) 20,000 Existing with temporary infrastructure
Rowing
Canoeing (sprint)
Aomi Urban Sports Park 3×3 basketball 5,000 Temporary
Sport climbing

Outlying venues

Twelve venues for 16 sports are situated farther than 8 kilometers (5 miles) from the Olympic Village.

Venue Events Capacity Status
Camp Asaka Shooting 3,200 Existing, renovated
Musashino Forest Sports Plaza Modern pentathlon (fencing) 10,000 Ready, built for the games
Badminton
Tokyo Stadium Football (opening round matches) 49,970 Existing
Modern pentathlon (excluding fencing)
Rugby sevens
Saitama Super Arena Basketball 22,000 Existing
Enoshima Sailing 10,000 Existing with temporary stands
Makuhari Messe Fencing 6,000 Existing with temporary stands
Taekwondo
Wrestling 8,000
Baji Koen Equestrian (dressage, jumping) 9,300 Existing with temporary stands
Kasumigaseki Country Club Golf 30,000 Existing with temporary stands
Izu Velodrome Track cycling 5,000 Existing, expanded
Izu Mountain Bike Course Mountain biking 11,500 Existing
Yokohama Stadium Baseball 30,000 Existing
Softball
Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium Baseball (opening match) 30,000 Existing, renovated
Softball (opening match)
Fuji International Speedway Road cycling
(finish road races, time trial)
22,000 Existing
Odori Park, Sapporo Athletics (Marathon and Race Walking) 17,300 Existing

Football venues

Venue Location Events Matches Capacity Status
International Stadium Yokohama Yokohama Men’s and Women’s preliminaries and quarter-final, Women’s semi-final, Men’s final 10 70,000 Existing
Tokyo Stadium Tokyo Men’s and Women’s opening round 4 49,000 Existing
Saitama Stadium Saitama Men’s and Women’s preliminaries and quarter-final, Men’s semi-final and 3rd place play-off 11 62,000 Existing
Miyagi Stadium Sendai Men’s and Women’s preliminaries and quarter-final 10 49,000 Existing
Kashima Soccer Stadium Kashima Men’s and Women’s preliminaries, quarter-final and semi-final, Women’s 3rd place play-off 10 40,728 Existing
Sapporo Dome Sapporo Men’s and Women’s preliminaries 10 42,000 Existing
New National Stadium Tokyo Women’s final 2 60,012 Completed

2016 Rio Summer Olympics

Venue Sports Capacity
Deodoro Arena D Fencing 5,000
Olympic Aquatics Stadium D Swimming and Synchronized swimming 18,000
Olympic BMX Center D Cycling (BMX) 7,500
Olympic Tennis Center D Tennis 18,250
Olympic Training Center – Hall 1 D Basketball 16,000
Olympic Training Center – Hall 2 D Judo and  Taekwondo 10,000
Olympic Training Center – Hall 3 D Wrestling 10,000
Olympic Training Center – Hall 4 D Handball 12,000
Olympic Whitewater Stadium D Canoe/Kayak (slalom) 8,000
Existing competition venues
Venue Sports Capacity
João Havelange Stadium B Athletics (track and field) 60,000
Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas B Rowing and Canoe/Kayak (sprint) 14,000
Estádio do Maracanã A Football 90,000
Maracanãzinho Arena A Volleyball 12,000
Maria Lenk Aquatic Center B Diving and Waterpolo 6,500
Marina da Glória B Sailing 10,000
National Equestrian Center B Equestrian 14,000
National Shooting Center B Shooting 6,850
Rio Olympic Arena (normally called HSBC Arena) A Gymnastics 12,000
Rio Olympic Velodrome B Cycling (track) 5,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 2 A Boxing 9,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 3 A Table tennis 7,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 4 A Badminton 6,500
Sambódromo B Archery and Athletics (marathon) 36,000
Temporary competition venues
Venue Sports Capacity
Copacabana Stadium C Beach volleyball 12,000
Deodoro Modern Pentathlon Park C Modern pentathlon 20,000
Flamengo Park C Athletics (race walk) and Cycling (road) 5,000
Fort Copacabana C Marathon swimming and Triathlon 5,000
Olympic Hockey Center C Field hockey 15,000
Olympic Mountain Bike Park C Cycling (mountain bike) 5,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 6 C Weightlifting 6,500
Competition venues outside Rio de Janeiro
Venue Sports Location Capacity
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova A Football Salvador (BA) 60,000
Mané Garrincha Stadium A Football Brasília (DF) 76,000
Mineirão Stadium A Football Belo Horizonte (MG) 74,000
Arena Corinthians A Football São Paulo (SP) 48,000