With fans making their way back to stadiums after two years of pandemic-related restrictions, the J. League is ready to introduce itself to new audiences — one viral video at a time.

The league announced a new partnership with TikTok on Monday, aiming to use the video-sharing service to offer an unfiltered look behind the scenes and further build on the league’s digital push over the last few years.

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