The Nissan Stadium, also known as the Yokohama International Stadium is a stadium used mostly for football matches. Has a maximum capacity of 72,000 and opened in 1998. The stadium, located in Yokohama, site of the house parties of the Yokohama F. Marine and also some of the home games of the national soccer team in Japan. It also hosted several matches of the FIFA World Cup in 2002, including Japan's victory over Russia and the prestigious final, who won the national soccer team of Brazil after Ronaldo scored two goals against Germany. São Paulo FC, SC Internacional, AC Milan and Manchester United FC won the World Cup FIFA Club at the stadium between 2005 and 2008.