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Komazawa Hockey Field

The Komazawa Hockey Field was a venue constructed in Tokyo, Japan for the field hockey competitions of 1964 Summer Olympics. Even though there were three hockey fields, it marked the first time the field hockey was played in one single venue for the Summer Olympics since the 1920 Games.

Contents

  • Hockey Field 1 1
  • Hockey Field 2 2
  • Hockey Field 3 3
  • References 4

Hockey Field 1

The first hockey field seated 2056 and had a playing field measuring 104.4 meters by 66 meters. It also feature an electronic scoreboard. Construction occurred between December 1962 and June 1964.

Hockey Field 2

The second hockey field seated 3432 with 1542 tempoarary seats and had a playing field measuring 115 meters long by 80 meters wide. It also featured an electronic scoreboard. Construction occurred between December 1962 and June 1964.

Hockey Field 3

The third hockey field seated 2343 and had a playing field measuring 9900 square meters. Construction occurred between December 1962 and September 1964.

References

  • 1964 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. pp. 126-7.

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