F.C. TOKYO Tickets

Come get your F.C. TOKYO tickets right here at Ticketbis, official sellers of one of Japan’s finest football teams! Having originally stemmed from the Japan Soccer League, the team can boast being one of the founding members of the J. League. Suffering relegation from the J1 League in 2010, F.C. TOKYO quickly recovered the following year, going on to win the first-ever Emperor's Cup!

At Ticketbis, you can now find your F.C. Tokyo tickets here first! We sell tickets from 2-3 months in advance, so you can make sure you get the best seats whilst they're still available! When you purchase tickets for your favourite match, you can either collect the tickets at the stadium, or you can receive them by post – whether or not you live in Japan.

Thus the legend of F.C. TOKYO was born and while the league itself has gone through a number of changes, F.C. TOKYO has remained steadfast in its ability to provide well-played and entertaining games! So make sure you buy those F.C. TOKYO tickets now, and see the action for yourself in person!

FC Tokyo 2016 Official Tickets

Upcoming home matches

F.C. TOKYO vs Vegalta Sendai
29 Oct 2016 - Sat 14:00
Ajinomoto Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
29 Oct 2016
Sat 14:00
From $24.65 There are 95 tickets left
From $24.65 There are 95 tickets left
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Considering their motto “Challenge The Top”, it’s looking like F.C. TOKYO will be really kicking into gear this season! It is with this in mind that Ticketbis are offering the chance to see one of the most popular teams in J League history, so grab your F.C. TOKYO tickets. With two Nabisco Cups- Japan’s equivalent to the UK’s Capital One Cup- along with an Emperor’s Cup under their belt, F.C. TOKYO’s record speaks for itself. What are you waiting for? You could be cheering on the mighty F.C. TOKYO at the spectacular Ajinomoto Stadium before you know it!

The bad streak is over for F.C. TOKYO, now that the renowned coach Yoshiyuki Shinoda is here to lead the club towards greatness. The former football player knows the secret recipe of success in the Japanese League, which is precisely why he will be taking the reins of F.C. TOKYO. The team is now looking to give a performance that can resonate with the faithful fans who are always there for F.C. TOKYO. With the likes of Brazilian winger Muriqui on the field, along with the renowned Australia national striker Nathan Burns, F.C. TOKYO certainly have the potential for great things. With new opportunities underway, there really is no better time to see this incredible team!

Let’s not forget F.C. TOKYO’s lovable Tokyo Dorompa! Described as a Japanese Raccoon Dog, Tokyo Dorompa stands as the official mascot of F.C. TOKYO. As any fan will tell you, he lives in a nest in Tokyo Tower and plays in the fountain in Mamiana-cho Park, so don’t forget to wave as he stands on the side line, cheering on his team!

Will this be their moment of glory?

Yamazaki Nabisco Cup Winners 2004, 2009
J League Division 2 Champions 2011
Emperor’s Cup Winners 2011

FC Tokyo Challening the top 2016
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