Updates about Kincho Stadium refurbishment

Cerezo Osaka held the Supporters Convention 2017 early this month. After new manager and players were unveiled to the supporters, people responsible for each division at the club, including a club legend Hiroaki Morishima who has headed the Football Operation Group, explained about their past activities and future prospects.

And yesterday, they published the documents they displayed at the Convention on their official website. There are not necessarily many points worth attention I think, but what is interesting is the document about the refurbishment of Kincho Stadium, a plan they already announced in 2015. The first 4 of the images below are from this document and showing what Kincho Stadium, which is also called as Sakura Stadium in this document, will be like in 2020. The last 2 images are suggesting what it’ll be like in the future (it doesn’t specify the year).


Do you think these look exciting? If so, please join this project by donating. Cerezo will begin fund raising for this project next month according to the explanation by Isao Miyamoto. It is uncertain at the moment how to donate, but I’ll keep you informed when more details become available.

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