Amid the rapid spread of the new coronavirus infection, the J.League soccer team conducted an antigen test at the venue to confirm the negative result of the "Super Cup", the first official game of the season to be held in Yokohama on the 12th of next month. We have decided to prepare an additional 1000 seats for people.

The "Super Cup" to be held at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama City on the 12th of next month is a match between the J1 champion of the previous season and the winning team of the Emperor's Cup before the opening of the J League. Based on the fact that the measures have been applied, the maximum number of spectators will be 20,000.

In this match, the J.League will set up additional seats for those who have been tested negative on the day of the antigen test, and will sell tickets for 1000 people accordingly.

Those who purchase this ticket will be tested using the antigen qualitative test kit at the booth outside the stadium, and if a negative result is confirmed, they can enter.

Also, if the test result does not confirm a negative result and you cannot enter, the ticket price will not be refunded.

The J-League says, "I want you to enjoy watching the game while observing infection control measures, such as refraining from cheering loudly."