|Full name||Daiki Iwamasa|
|Date of birth||30 January 1982|
|Place of birth||Suō-Ōshima, Yamaguchi, Japan|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Centre back|
|1997–1999||Iwakuni High School|
|2000–2003||Tokyo Gakugei University|
|2014||BEC Tero Sasana||37||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 January 2015.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 21 July 2014
He was educated at and played for Iwakuni High School and Tokyo Gakugei University before turning professional. He started his professional career at Kashima Antlers where he later became one of the club's longest serving players. In 2014, he moved to BEC Tero Sasana F.C., Thailand, and helped the club win 2014 Thai League Cup in which he scored a goal in the final match. In 2015, he returned to Japan, playing for Fagiano Okayama FC.
He was the captain of the Japan team that won the 2003 Universiade football competition held in Daegu, South Korea, where he scored a goal in the final of the tournament. He received the fist call-up for the national team in 2008 by newly appointed coach Takeshi Okada. On October 10, 2009, he made his international debut in a friendly match against Scotland. He was also one of the final 23 Japan national football players participating in 2010 FIFA World Cup although did not play any minute during the tournament.
- J. League Division 1 (3): 2007, 2008, 2009
- Emperor's Cup (2): 2007, 2010
- J. League Cup (2): 2011, 2012
- Japanese Super Cup (2): 2009, 2010
BEC Tero Sasana
Last update: 1 January 2015
|Club performance||League||Cup||League Cup||Continental||Total|
|Japan||League||Emperor's Cup||League Cup||Asia||Total|
|2004||Kashima Antlers||J. League Division 1||18||4||3||0||4||0||-||25||4|
|2014||BEC Tero Sasana F.C.||Thai Premier League||37||5||2||0||6||1||-||45||6|
|2015||Fagiano Okayama||J. League Division 2||42||4||1||0||-||-||43||4|
International career statistics
|Japan national team|
- "FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010: List of Players" (PDF). FIFA. 4 June 2010. p. 16. Retrieved 20 April 2014.
- Daiki Iwamasa at National-Football-Teams.com
- Daiki Iwamasa at J.League (in Japanese)
- Daiki Iwamasa at the Japan National Football Team
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