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Albirex Niigata

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Established
1955 (67 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Denka Big Swan Stadium
(42,300 Capacity)

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Location
Niigata, Japan

Nicknames
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Competitions
Japanese J2 League

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Upcoming Events
08 Oct 22 Albirex Niigata  -  Vegalta Sendai
15 Oct 22 Tokyo Verdy  -  Albirex Niigata
23 Oct 22 Albirex Niigata  -  Machida Zelvia

Latest Results
01 Oct 22 Montedio Yamagata  1 - 1  Albirex Niigata
25 Sep 22 Albirex Niigata  1 - 0  Omiya Ardija
18 Sep 22 Albirex Niigata  2 - 0  Mito HollyHock
14 Sep 22 Ventforet Kofu  1 - 2  Albirex Niigata
10 Sep 22 Albirex Niigata  3 - 0  FC Ryukyu

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Albirex Niigata (アルビレックス新潟, Arubirekkusu Nīgata) is a professional football club based in Niigata, Japan. Formed in 1955 as Niigata Eleven SC, it was renamed Albireo Niigata FC in 1995, and Albirex Niigata in 1997. Since 2018, the first team have competed in the J2 League, the second tier of Japanese football.

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The Denka Big Swan Stadium (デンカビッグスワンスタジアム, Denka Biggu Suwan Sutajiamu), also nicknamed the Big Swan (ビッグスワン, Biggu Suwan), is a multi-purpose stadium in Niigata City, Japan. It is the home ground of J2 League club Albirex Niigata and was one of the 20 stadia used in the 2002 FIFA World Cup, hosting three matches. Through a sponsorship deal the stadium is officially named Denka Big Swan Stadium (デンカビッグスワンスタジアム, Denka Biggu Suwan Sutajiamu), and has previously been called the Tohoku Denryoku Big Swan Stadium for similar reason.

The stadium's capacity is 42,300. The highest recorded attendance at the stadium was Albirex Niigata's home fixture against Omiya Ardija on 23 November 2003, the final day of the 2003 J. League Division 2, with 42,223 fans attending.

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