- Address: 1-1-1 Matsubaraminami, Higashiosaka
- Country: Japan
- Capacity: 26,000
- Opened: 22 November 1929
- Main use: Football, rugby union
- Tenants: FC Osaka (football), Kintetsu Liners (rugby union)
Extra stadium info – Hanazono Rugby Stadium
The stadium opened in 1929 as the Hanazono Rugby Stadium. It hosted four matches for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. The first one was won by the Italian Republic after beating Namibia 47-22 in front of 20,000 spectators. The second one was won by the national rugby union team of the Argentine Republic after defeating Tonga. Fiji won the third Rugby World Cup game at the Hanazono Rugby Stadium after beating Georgia. The United States lost the stadium’s fourth Rugby World Cup match. They faced Tonga in that game.
Football Club Osaka and the Hanazono Kintetsu Liners use the Hanazono Rugby Stadium for home games. The Liners rugby union club was founded in 1929 and Football Club Osaka was founded in 1996. In 1966, the Liners were crowned Japanese rugby union champions for the first time in their history. The next year, they won the rugby union title again.