Nishiura 187-1, Yoshida, Akitakata City,
Hiroshima Prefecture JAPAN 731-0543
In October 1998, the largest football park in the Chugoku-Shikoku area was completed in Yoshida, Takata (now Akitakata) in Hiroshima Prefecture, the home of Motonari Mori, who is famous for “the lesson of the three arrows” that is the origin of the name of Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
This facility is a professional standard football park equipped with a natural grass football field and an administration building (clubhouse). Since the 1999 season, Sanfrecce Hiroshima have been conducting most of their training at Yoshida Soccer Park.
|Via the Chugoku Expressway:
About 10 minutes from “Takata Interchange”
|From Hiroshima City center:
About 60 minutes from Hiroshima City center; take national route 54 heading towards Miyoshi.
|From Hiroshima Bus Center:
Take the Hiroden Bus (for Yoshida) -› about 80 minutes
-› get off at “Yoshida Eigyosho”
-› about 5 minutes by taxi
|From Hiroshima Station:
JR Geibi Line -› about 60 minutes
-› get off at JR “Mukaihara Station” (JR fare: one-way 840 yen)
-› about 20 minutes by taxi