Tokyo Olympics 2021

Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Olympic Venues

The Olympic Games is a huge undertaking and cannot be held at one venue. That is why for the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021 all events will be spread across 42  Olympic venues.

With over 30 different sports and approximately 330 individual events, Tokyo will be busy trying to cater to all their guests and athletes. However, there will be billions of dollars lost due to limited access.

No revenue will be gained from the sale of tickets.

No revenue will be gained from the sale of merchandise.

No revenue to be gained from booking rooms at hotels and various locations for accomodating spectators.

No revenue from any industry, which would have contributed to Japan’s economic wellbeing. However, media houses and streaming apps are definitely sure to rake in a substantial amount from viewing rights, new subscribers, and advertisements.

Nonetheless, the show must go on and billions of international Olympic sporting fans are eagerly waiting to view all the Summer Olympics competitions that are held in Tokyo.

Tokyo Summer Olympic Venues

Venue

Sport

Olympic Stadium (New National Stadium) Opening / Closing ceremonies
Athletics
Football
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table Tennis
Yoyogi National Stadium Handball
Nippon Budokan Judo
Karate
Sapporo Athletics
Tokyo International Forum Weightlifting
Kokugikan Arena Boxing
Equestrian Park Equestrian (Dressage, Eventing, Jumping)
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza Badminton
Modern Pentathlon (Fencing)
Tokyo Stadium (Ajinomoto) Football
Rugby
Modern Pentathlon (Swimming, Fencing, Riding, Laser-Run)
Musashinonomori Park Cycling (Road Race: Start)
Ariake Arena Volleyball
Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics
Ariake Urban Sports Park Cycling (BMX Freestyle, BMX Racing)
Skateboarding
Ariake Tennis Park Tennis
Odaiba Marine Park Aquatics (Marathon Swimming)
Triathlon
Shiokaze Park Volleyball (Beach Volleyball)
Aomi Urban Sports Park Basketball (3×3)
Sport Climbing
Oi Hockey Stadium Hockey
Sea Forest Cross-Country Course Equestrian (Eventing, Cross Country)
Sea Forest Waterway Canoe (Sprint)
Rowing
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Canoe (Slalom)
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field Archery
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Aquatics (Swimming, Diving, Artistic Swimming)
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre Aquatics (Water Polo)
Makuhari Messe Taekwondo
Wrestling
Fencing
Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach Surfing
Saitama Super Arena Basketball (Basketball)
Asaka Shooting Range Shooting
Kasumigaseki Country Club Golf
Enoshima Yacht Harbour Sailing
Izu Velodrome Cycling (Track)
Izu MTB Course Cycling (Mountain Bike)
Fuji International Speedway Cycling (Road Race: Finish, Individual Time Trial)
Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium Baseball/Softball
Yokohama Baseball Stadium Baseball/Softball
Sapporo Dome Football
Miyagi Stadium Football
Ibaraki Kashima Stadium Football
Saitama Stadium Football
International Stadium Yokohama Football
Olympic Village
IBC/MPC Tokyo International Exhibition Centre (Tokyo Big Sight)

 

Stay tuned for more from the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021.

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