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Avispa Fukuoka

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Established
1982 (42 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Best Denki Stadium
(22,563 Capacity)

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Location
Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, Japan

Nicknames
Avi

Competitions
Japanese J1 League
Japanese JLeague Cup

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NazaninAriaei: 07/Mar/24


Upcoming
17/04 Matsumoto Ya - Avispa Fukuo
20/04 Avispa Fukuo - Júbilo Iwat
28/04 Tokyo Verdy - Avispa Fukuo
03/05 Avispa Fukuo - Gamba Osaka
06/05 Avispa Fukuo - Kawasaki Fro

Results
13/04 Avispa Fukuo 1 - 1 Sanfrecce Hi
07/04 Nagoya Gramp 0 - 0 Avispa Fukuo
03/04 Avispa Fukuo 1 - 0 Kashima Antl
30/03 Urawa Red Di 2 - 1 Avispa Fukuo
16/03 Avispa Fukuo 1 - 3 FC Tokyo

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Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡, Abisupa Fukuoka) is a Japanese professional football club, currently play in the J2 League. The team is located in Hakata, Fukuoka. "Avispa" means "wasp" in Spanish. They were originally called Fujieda Blux and based in Fujieda, Shizuoka before moving to Fukuoka in 1994. After becoming the champions of 1995 Japan Football League as Fukuoka Blux, and being admitted to the J. League since 1996 season, Avispa Fukuoka has the longest history as a J. League club being uncrowned in any nationwide competitions such as J. League Division 1, Division 2, J. League Cup, or Emperor's Cup.

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Best Denki Stadium (ベスト電器スタジアム) (formerly Hakatanomori Football Stadium, renamed on March 1, 2008 for naming rights), located in the Hakata ward of Fukuoka city is the home ground of Avispa Fukuoka association football club.

The stadium also hosts rugby union matches, including a few international matches, Top League games, Top League Challenge series and Top Kyushu league games. It was also host to four games (two match days) in the IRB Junior World Championship 2009, including the 7th place play-off and 5th place play-off on July 21, 2009.

The stadium has been announced as one of the venues for 2019 Rugby World Cup which will be the first Rugby World Cup to be held in Asia.

The stadium's seating capacity is 22,563. It is located in Higashi Hirao Koen (park), 15–20 minutes walk or a short bus ride from Fukuoka Airport, and is named after the game software company.

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