Meiji Yasuda Life J3 League Gainale Tottori Home Game (Section 7) Gainale Tottori vsIwate Gruja Morioka is Soccer games Sports event held in Japan.
Meiji Yasuda Seimei J3 League Gainale Tottori vs Fukushima United FC
Venue: Toritori Bird Stadium 423 Kurata, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture
event dateSaturday, March 17, 2018
Opening: 18:00 / Starting: 18:00
Advance ticket 1,300 yen (Goal back view seat)
Same-day ticket 1,500 yen (Goal back view seat)
Organizer or registrantChelip
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