- Address: Suita
- Country: Japan
- Capacity: 39,000
- Opened: 10 October 2015
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Gamba Osaka (football)
Extra stadium info – Panasonic Stadium Suita
Gamba Osaka use the venue for home games. The club was founded in 1980 under a different name. Gamba Osaka won the AFC Champions League, the Asian football championship for clubs, in 2008 for the first time in their history. They won the title after beating Adelaide United from Australia. The same year, Gamba Osaka played their first-ever world championship games. They reached the semi-finals of the tournament. Gamba Osaka were defeated by the English football giants Manchester United in the semi-finals. Manchester United Football Club won the tournament after beating Liga Deportiva Universitaria from Ecuador.
The Japanese top-flight football league
In 2016, Gamba Osaka played all their home games in the Japanese top-flight football league at the Panasonic Stadium Suita for the first time in their history. They drew an average home attendance of 25,000 during that league season. Gamba Osaka finished fourth place after gathering 58 points in the Japanese top-flight football league in 2016. They won 17 of the 34 league games that year. Seven of those 34 matches ended in a draw and 10 matches ended in a loss.