Kozo Tashima, chairman of the Japan Football Association, has revealed that he is making adjustments so that the national high school soccer, which is held every summer, can be held at "J Village" in Fukushima Prefecture in the future. did.
National high school soccer, which is held every summer, has been held all over the country, but depending on the venue, the risk of heat stroke of athletes has increased due to the intense heat.
In response to this, Kozo Tashima, who responded online after the board of directors of the Japan Football Association, said, "The average temperature is low and it is easy to spend the morning and evening." It was revealed that adjustments are being made so that the event can be held fixedly at "J Village".
Chairman Tajima said, "We are already in discussions with the National High School Athletic Federation and Fukushima Prefecture. Although it has not been finalized yet, we would like to firmly unify our intentions for a fixed event."