The Japan Football Association has decided to resume aloud support, which was banned at the stadium as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus, at the East Asian Championships for Men and Women to be held in Ibaraki and Aichi prefectures from 19th this month. ..

This is the first time that a voice support has been permitted in a match of the Japanese national team that will be held in Japan due to Korona-ka.

The East Asian Soccer Championship will be held from 19th to 27th this month at Kashima Stadium in Ibaraki Prefecture and Toyota Stadium in Aichi Prefecture, and the Japanese national team will play three games each for men and women.

The Japan Football Association has banned aloud support at the stadium because of the risk of flying infection with the new coronavirus, but has decided to resume at the East Asian Championships.

Based on the government's basic coping policy, the stadium will be accommodated at 50% of the total, and a special area will be set up behind the goal to allow voice support.

In the soccer J-League, on the 11th of last month, as the main professional sport in Japan, vocal support was resumed for the first time after Korona-ka, but it will be the first time for the Japan national soccer team to play in Japan.