The club raised almost 14.1 billion yen (around US$114 million) for the stadium project, reaching their original target of 14 billion yen, meaning that the full 40,000 seats projected will be built in, as well as all fixed cameras as originally intended, and VIP rooms, too!
Support of almost 10 billion yen came from 721 corporations, subsidies and grants accounted for 3.5 billion yen. And then there were 34,627 individuals who donated over 620 million yen.
The new ground is designed to be used exclusively for football - no running track, close to the action for the fans - and will be completed in autumn 2015, to be opened before the 2016 J.League season.
More details in Japanese can be found at the official web site