Sendai City Gymnasium (Japanese: 仙台市 (せんだいし) 体育館 (たいいくかん) Sendaishi Taiikukan) is located in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture and was the venue where the Miyagi Interhigh Preliminaries and Representative Playoffs for the Spring and Summer Interhigh Tournament were held, as well as the V.League match.

The Sendai City Gymnasium was renamed Kamei Arena Sendai (Japanese: カメイアリーナ仙台 Kamei Arina Sendai) in 2016[1].

In Haikyū!!

Matches Held

Interhigh Tournament (2012)

Sendai City Gymnasium was the venue for Block A and B team matches and the finals matches in the Miyagi Interhigh Preliminaries.

Miyagi Prefectural Qualifiers
Round Match Score Chapters
1 Karasuno vs. Tokonami 2:0 25-12 25-14 39-40
Date Tech vs. Sakurashita 2:0 25-7 25-8 ?
2 Karasuno vs. Date Tech 2:0 25-19 25-22 42-47
Aoba Johsai vs. Oomisaki 2:0 25-14 25-12 ?-48
3 Karasuno vs. Aoba Johsai 1:2 15-25 25-23 31-33 49-69
Quarter
Finals
Aoba Johsai vs. Senseki 2:0 ? 25-22 69
Semi
Finals
Aoba Johsai vs. Johzenji 2:0 25-20 25-23 ?
Finals Aoba Johsai vs. Shiratorizawa 0:2 22-25 23-25 71

Spring Interhigh Qualifiers (2012)

Miyagi Prefectural Qualifiers
Round Match Score Chapters
1 Karasuno vs. Johzenji 2:0 25-21 25-20 109-116
Wakutani Minami vs. Ōgishō 2:0 25-22 25-19 115
Aoba Johsai vs. Dewaichi 2:0 25-20 25-23 116
Shiratorizawa vs. Araigawa 2:0 25-15 25-12 116
Date Tech vs. Shirato 2:0 25-22 25-23 ?
Quarter
Finals
Karasuno vs. Wakutani Minami 2:1 25-20 20-25 25-23 116-125
Aoba Johsai vs. Date Tech 2:0 25-19 25-22 126-128
Shiratorizawa vs. Hakusuikan 2:0 25-17 25-19 ?
Semi
Finals
Karasuno vs. Aoba Johsai 2:1 25-23 26-28 26-24 129-148
Shiratorizawa vs. Kesenike West 2:0 25-20 25-21 ?
Finals Karasuno vs. Shiratorizawa 3:2 16-25 31-29 20-25 29-27 21-19 150-189

V.League (2018-19)

Division 1
Match Score Chapters
MSBY Black Jackal vs. Schweiden Adlers 3:1 25-20 21-25 25-23 26-24 380 - 401

In real life

Sendai City Gymnasium is a municipal gymnasium that opened on September 1, 1984[2]. It consists of two sports halls, a swimming pool, and other health and fitness facilities. In 2016 the naming rights to the venue were sold to the Kamei Corporation[1].

On August 16, 2020 a V.League exhibition match named Haikyū!! X V.League Dream Match (Japanese: ハイキュー!! X Vリーグ DREAM MATCH) took place at Sendai City Gymnasium[3]. Players from men's Division 1 teams formed one-off Schweiden Adlers and MSBY Black Jackal teams for a match that was broadcast live on the V.TV website and the Shōnen Jump YouTube channel[4].

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