Vanraure Hachinohe

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Vanraure Hachinohe FC
ヴァンラーレ八戸FC
Vanraure Hachinohe FC Emblem
Full name Vanraure Hachinohe FC
Founded 2006
Ground Hachinohe East Sports Park Athletic Stadium
Hachinohe, Aomori
Ground Capacity 10,000
Manager Matsuichi Yamada
League Tōhoku League Division 1
2013 2nd
Home colours
Away colours

Vanraure Hachinohe (ヴァンラーレ八戸 Vanraure Hachinohe?) is a football (soccer) club based in Hachinohe, a city in the southeastern part of Aomori Prefecture in Japan. They play in the Tōhoku League Division 1. The name Vanraure comes from the combination of two Italian words: derivante, meaning "origin"; and australe, meaning "southern". It thus refers to the origin of the club in the southern area of Hachinohe, in the former village of Nangō.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 2006 as a merger of two football clubs; Hachinohe Industry SC (八戸工業サッカークラブ) and Nango FC (南郷FC) and joined Tōhoku League Division 2 North. Since 2008 the club is aiming to become a professional club and join J.League. In 2011, because of Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the two blocks of Tōhoku Division 2 temporarily merge into a single group, with no promotion, and Vanraure won the merged Division 2 title for the first time. In 2012 back to Division 2 North, only able came in second after Ganju Iwate but won the promotion playoff against Cobaltore Onagawa, who later also promoted because Fukushima United gained promotion to JFL.

With the introduction of J3 League for 2014, the club applied for J. League Associate Membership in June 2013 [1] and got the approval in September 2013.[2] But because of the stadium not met the requirements yet, their J3 license has been postponed until next evaluation in 2014 and only can get promotion to J3 until 2015.[3]

Because left by some clubs to J3 League, JFL must select other clubs beside from the 2013 All Japan Regional Football Promotion League Series who have submitted applications. Vanraure selected as one of four clubs by application to get promotion and will be competing in JFL for the first time in 2014.[4]

League record[edit]

Season League Pld Pts W D L
2006 Tōhoku League Division 2 North 14 19 6 1 7 5th
2007 14 17 4 5 5 6th
2008 14 23 7 2 5 4th
2009 14 26 8 2 4 3rd
2010 14 36 12 0 2 2nd
2011 Tōhoku League Division 2 10 30 10 0 0 Champions
2012 Tōhoku League Division 2 North 14 37 12 1 1 2nd
2013 Tōhoku League Division 1 18 49 16 1 1 2nd
  • Note: The 2011 season changed temporarily because of Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, clubs in the affected area can not play therefore the Division 2 North & Division 2 South merged into one group and the clubs only played once each. No promotion to Division 1 in this season.

Honours[edit]

  • Tōhoku League Division 2
    • Winners (1): 2011
  • Tōhoku League Division 2 North
    • Runners-up (2): 2010, 2012
  • Tōhoku League Division 1
    • Runners-up (1): 2013

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