Saitama Stadium, also known as Saisuta, is a football stadium in Saitama, a city in the Greater Tokyo area. The stadium was opened in 2001 and was one of the venues of the prestigious World Cup in 2002, held in Japan and South Korea. The national football teams from Belgium, Brazil, Cameroon, England, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Sweden and Turkey played matches of the FIFA World Cup Stadium in Saitama in 2002. Urawa Red Diamonds, one of the greatest football clubs in Japan are the only tenants. They won the Champions League AFC, the leading Asian football tournament for clubs in 2007 for the first time in its history.