Japan national football team Warm-up game in the Netherlands Two games will be held without spectators September 16th 19:12
The Japan Football Association has announced that the Japan national team will play two warm-up games in the Netherlands next month at the same venue with no spectators to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
It has been decided that the Japanese national football team will play a warm-up game with Cameroon on the 9th and Cote d'Ivoire on the 13th.
The Japan Football Association has announced that it will hold both games at the same venue in Utrecht, the Netherlands, with no spectators in order to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
Initially, the Japanese national team was planning to play four games in the second Asian qualifying round of the World Cup Qatar tournament in March and June, but all of them have been postponed to next year, and next month's warm-up games will be held. This will be my first match.
Japan national team coach Hajime Moriyasu commented, "The infection with the new coronavirus is still unpredictable, and with everyone's lives being restricted, it is of great significance to let them play the match."