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豊田スタジアムと豊田大橋 TOYOTA STADIUM & TOYOTA BIG BRIDGE 
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黒川紀章の設計で2001年7月開場したサッカーなどの球技場。コンサート等にも使用される。2013年に完成予定のロシア、サンクトペテルブルグの「ガスプロム・アリーナ」のデザインはこの「豊田スタジアム」とほぼ同一ということ。Jリーグの名古屋グランパスのホームスタジアムであり、2011FIFAクラブワールドカップの会場のひとつとなり、開幕戦・準決勝など5試合が開催された。

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