Basic Information on Professional Sports Teams in Miyagi

Miyagi Prefecture is home to professional sports teams centered in Sendai, the largest city in the Tohoku region.
Miyagi Prefecture is home to some of the most famous tourist spots in Japan, the most famous of which is Matsushima. Matsushima is easy to get to from Sendai.
In terms of gourmet food, beef tongue is well known.


Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles

Franchise : Miyagi Prefecture
Founded : 2004
Number of league championships : 1
Number of Japan Series championships : 1
Retired number : 77: Senichi Hoshino


Sendai 89ERS

The Sendai 89ERS is a member of the B2 of the B-League (Japan Professional Basketball League).

Team Name : Sendai 89ERS
Home Town : Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture
Origin of the team name : The city of Sendai, the home town of the 89ers, was established as a municipality in 1889 and became an ordinance-designated city in 1989, and the number 89 symbolizes the city.
Year of establishment : 2005
Member of B1 League : 2016-2017 season


Vegalta Sendai

Vegalta Sendai is a team in the J1 of the J-League.

Home Town : Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture
Origin of the team name : Sendai is famous for its Tanabata Festival. The name "Vegalta" is a combination of "Vega", the weaver princess, and "Altair", the star of the Tanabata Festival in Sendai.
Year of joining J League : 1999
Major J1 Titles : None
Highest J1 League Ranking : 2nd (2012)


Xebio Arena Sendai

Xebio Arena Sendai, the home of the Sendai 89ers, is an arena that also serves as a commercial facility. In addition to sporting events, the arena also hosts concerts. In 2019, KIS …

Yurtec Stadium Sendai

Yurtec Stadium Sendai is the home of Vegalta Sendai. The stadium is close to the nearest train station, so it is best to use public transportation to get there. Getting to the Stad …

Kamei Arena Sendai

Kamei Arena Sendai is a gymnasium located in the city of Sendai where home games of the B-League Sendai 89ERS are held. Getting to the Stadium There is no parking lot for the event …

Genki Field Sendai

Genki Field Sendai is a stadium that opened in 2007. It is a stadium where the Rakuten Eagles held their grand opening ceremony and where international softball tournaments have be …

Q&A Stadium Miyagi

Q&A Stadium Miyagi (Miyagi Stadium) is a stadium that mainly hosts Japan's national soccer team matches. It also hosts concerts by popular artists. The stadium is located in th …


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