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A list of locations relevant to The Next Knight in the Area II.

Portugal

Estádio Algarve

Estádio Algarve

Estádio Algarve

The Estádio Algarve is a soccer stadium located between Faro and Loulé, in Portugal and the home of Louletano Desportos Clube. Originally built for the Euro 2004 tournament, the stadium has a maximum capacity of 30,002. The stadium is also the temporary home ground of the Gibraltar national football team and it also hosts the final of the Algarve Cup, an annual international tournament in women's soccer. In The Next Knight in the Area II, Keiko, Ryo and Nana take part in the tournament in preparation for the 2036 Summer Olympics.

Japan

Nippon Sport Science University

Nittaidai Aoba-ku

Nittaidai, Yokohama Kenshidai Campus

Nippon Sport Science University (日本体育大学 Nippon taiiku daigaku), abbreviated as Nittaidai (日体大) is a private university in Setagaya, Tokyo and Aoba-ku, Yokohama. The precursor of the school was founded 1893, and it was chartered as a university in 1949. The school is known for the many famous athletes among its alumni.

In the Next Knight in the Area II, Nittaidai, specifically the Yokohama Kenshidai Campus in Aoba-ku, is the university that Keiko, her senpai Suzuka, and a her kohai's Rikka and Noriko attend, and where they train with Nippon Sport Science University Fields Yokohama.

Morocco

Mohammed V International Airport

Mohammed v airport

Mohammed V International Airport

Mohammed V International Airport (French: Aéroport international Mohammed V, Arabic: مطار محمد الخامس الدولي‎, Matar Muhammad al-Khamis ad-Dowaly, IATA: CMN, ICAO: GMMN) is an international airport serving Casablanca, operated by ONDA (National Airports Office). Located in Nouaceur Province, it is the busiest airport in Morocco, with 7.56 million passengers passing through the airport in 2013. In August 2014, ONDA reported a year-on-year increase of 7.28% passenger traffic, to 918,238.

The airport serves as hub for Morocco's flag carrier Royal Air Maroc, Jetairfly, Air Arabia Maroc and RAM Express. It is named after King Mohammed V of Morocco.

This Airport is where Keiko and co. landed upon arriving in Morocco for the Olympics and the Airport they used when returning home.

Stadiums:

Note: Stadiums are listed by capacity.

Grand Stade de Casablanca

Grande stade de casablanca

One of several artist renderings, not final appearance.

Grand Stade de Casablanca is a proposed title of the planned football stadium (soccer stadium) to be built in Casablanca, Morocco. Once completed in 2024, it will be used mostly for football matches and will serve as the home of Raja Casablanca, Wydad Casablanca and the Morocco national football team. The stadium was designed with a capacity of 80,000 spectators, making it the third-highest capacity stadium for football in Africa. Once completed, it will replace Stade Mohamed V.

In real life, this stadium is still in the planning stages and hasn't broken ground yet. Not much more is known about it, and it's name may change.

In The Next Knight in the Area II, it serves as the venue for the opening ceremony, the closing ceremony, track and field competitions, and the soccer tournament finals.

Stade Adrar

Stade-Agadir

Stade Adrar

Grand Stade d'Agadir (Amazighe : ⴰⴱⴰⵔⴰⵣ ⴰⴷⵔⴰⵔ, أباراز أدرار, Abaraz Adrar) is a multi-use stadium in Agadir, Morocco, that was inaugurated in 2013. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 45,480 seat. It was supposed to hold 2010 FIFA World Cup games if Morocco had been chosen to be the host country. The stadium is home to Association football club Hassania Agadir, replacing their old venue Stade Al Inbiaâte. It has hosted four matches of the 2013 FIFA Club World Cup in December 2013 and was one of the stadiums to be used for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.

The stadium was inaugurated on October 11, 2013, with a friendly match between local side Hassania Agadir and Algerian club JS Kabylie. Hassania's Saad Lemti scored the first goal in the staidum in the 76th minute of the match, as the hosts went on to win the match 1-0.


Stade de Marrakech

Stade de marrakech

Stade de Marrakech

Stade de Marrakech, The Marrakesh Stadium, Grand Stade de Marrakech (in French), (Arabic: ستاد مراكش‎, Berber: Annar n Merrakec) is a multi-use stadium in Marrakech, Morocco. It was designed by Gregotti Associati International.

Completed in January 2012, it is used mostly for football matches with the capability of hosting Olympic Games. It is home to Kawkab Marrakech football team. The stadium has a capacity of 45,240 people. It replaces Stade El Harti as the home of Kawkab Marrakech and as the main stadium of the city.

It hosted the 2014 IAAF Continental Cup, four games including the final in the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup, and the 2014 African Championships in Athletics.


Grande Stade de Tanger

Stade de tanger

Grand Stade de Tanger

The Stade Ibn Batouta (Arabic: ملعب ابن بطوطة‎) is a multi-use stadium in Tangier, Morocco. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 people. It serves as the new home of IR Tanger, replacing Stade de Marchan.

It was inaugurated on April 26, 2011. On July 27, the stadium hosted the 2011 Trophée des champions, in which Marseille beat Lille 5-4.

It was one of the confirmed host stadiums for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, which was to be hosted by Morocco until it was stripped of its hosting rights.


Fez Stadium

Stade-Fez

Fez Stadium

The Fez Stadium (Arabic: المركب الرياضي لفاس‎) or the Complexe Sportif de Fès is a multi-purpose stadium in Fez, Morocco. It is currently used mostly for football matches and it also has athletics facilities, the stadium holds 45,000 and was built in 2003. Stade du Complexe Sportif de Fès is the main stadium of the complex.


Honneur Stadium

Stade-honneur

Honneur Stadium

Honneur Stadium (Arabic: الملعب الشرفي‎) (Stade d'Honneur) is a multi-purpose stadium in Oujda, Morocco. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 30,000 people with 30% of the seats being covered by a roof and has an artificial turf since 2007.