- Address: 1351 Yokoo, Ōita
- Country: Japan
- Capacity: 40,000
- Opened: May 2001
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Ōita Trinita (football)
Extra stadium info – Showa Denko Dome Ōita
The construction costs of the venue, which opened as the Ōita Stadium, were ¥25 billion. The construction of the stadium started in 1998. The venue, nicknamed Big Eye, hosted three FIFA World Cup matches in 2002. The national football teams of Belgium, the Italian Republic, Senegal, Sweden, Tunisia and the United Mexican States played at the stadium during the world championship. 39,000 people attended the first FIFA World Cup game at the Showa Denko Dome Ōita. The game between Tunisia and Belgium ended in a 1-1 draw. In 2019, the venue hosted its first-ever Rugby World Cup match. The national rugby union team of New Zealand won the game against Canada 63-0. A crowd of 34,000 showed up for the match.
Football club Ōita Trinita have been tenants of the stadium since 2001. The club was founded in 1994. In 2003, they finished 14th place in their first-ever Japanese top-flight league season. Ōita Trinita drew an average home attendance of 21,000 in that domestic league season. In 2009, they were relegated to the second level of Japanese football for the first time in their history. In 2012, Ōita Trinita were promoted to the Japanese top-flight football league for the second time in their history.