AC Nagano Parceiro

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Nagano Parceiro
AC長野パルセイロ
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Full name A.C. Nagano Parceiro
Founded 1990
Ground Minami Nagano Sports Park Stadium, Nagano
Ground Capacity 15,000[1]
Chairman Mamoru Ichikawa
Manager Fumitake Miura
League J3 League
2015 3rd
Website Club home page

Athletic Club Nagano Parceiro (アスレチッククラブ長野パルセイロ) is a Japanese football club based in Nagano. They play in the J3 League. The club name parceiro means "partner" in Portuguese.

History[edit]

The history of the club dates back to 1990 when a group of local high school graduates started a football club Nagano Elza S.C. The team colors, orange and dark blue, represent Nagano Prefecture, and the team logo uses a lioness named Elza. In 2007, the club changed the name to A.C. Nagano Parceiro because the name "Elza" had already been trademarked. However, the club decided to keep the team colors and logo.

In 2011, the team's first season in the JFL, they finished in the second place, but the team was not qualified to for J. League Division 2. J. League Associate Membership status was not granted because the capacity of their stadium did not satisfy the league's requirement (minimum 10,000 seats).

In 2014, the team became the member of the newly founded J3 league, and later acquired the J. League Associate Membership in September as their stadium capacity met the required minimum number of seats.

Rivalries[edit]

The main rival of the club is neighboring Matsumoto Yamaga; the matches between them are called the "Shinshū derby".

Current squad[edit]

As of 30 January 2016.[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Japan GK Kengo Tanaka
2 Japan DF Yuki Matsubara
3 Japan DF Takahiro Oshima
4 Japan DF Takashi Uchino
5 Japan DF Hiroshi Sekita
6 Japan MF Ren Sengoku
7 Japan FW Yuki Sato
8 Japan MF Tetsuya Kanno
9 Japan FW Shogo Shiozawa
10 Japan FW Yuji Unozawa
11 Japan DF Akihiro Sakata
13 Japan FW Yoshinori Katsumata
14 Japan MF Sai Kanakubo
15 Japan DF Ryo Nishiguchi
16 Switzerland GK Johnny Leoni
No. Position Player
18 Japan FW Tomoyuki Arata
19 Japan FW Ryota Watanabe (on loan from Ehime FC)
20 Japan DF Yuta Tsunami
21 South Korea GK Kim Yeong-Gi
22 Japan FW Masahide Hiraoka
23 Japan MF Hiroshi Azuma
24 South Korea MF Ko Kyung-Dae
25 Japan MF Kazuki Arinaga
26 Japan DF Ryosuke Tada
28 South Korea DF Park Gon
29 Japan MF Teppei Usui (on loan from V-Varen Nagasaki)
31 Japan GK Ryuki Miura
32 Japan FW Yusuke Kondo
33 Japan MF Kohei Yamada
35 Japan DF Takashi Amano

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player

Record[edit]

Season Div. Tms. Pos. Attendance/G Emperor's Cup
2013 JFL 18 1 2,339 Last 16
2014 J3 12 2 3,595 2nd round
2015 J3 13 3 4,733 2nd round
Key
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league
  • Attendance/G = Average league attendance

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