Fujieda MYFC

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Fujieda MYFC
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Full name Fujieda MYFC
Nickname(s) MYFC, Wisteria
Founded 2009
Ground Fujieda Sports Complex Park
Ground Capacity 13,000
Chairman Jun Koyama
Manager Atsuto Oishi
League J3 League
2016 7th
Website Club home page
Current season

Fujieda MYFC are a Japanese J3 League football club based in Fujieda, Shizuoka. It is funded by online subscribers and is the first of its kind in Japan.

The club spent two seasons in the Japan Football League before having their application accepted in 2013 to participate in the inaugural season of J3 League in 2014.[1]


The current club was formed in 2010 as a merger of two clubs, Fujieda Nelson and Shizuoka FC. The My Football Club project bought Fujieda Nelson CF in 2008 and renamed them Fujieda MYFC.[2] Then in 2010, My Football Club bought Shizuoka FC and merged the two clubs to form Shizuoka Fujieda MYFC and appointed Toshihide Saito as player/manager of the club.

In their first season the club finished 1st in the Tokai League Division 1 but is knocked out of the Regional League promotion series.

On 2011, they took second place in the Regional League promotion series and therefore won promotion to the Japan Football League[3] for the first time, becoming the third representative of the prefecture in the national leagues. They then dropped the Shizuoka from their name and become just Fujieda MYFC.[4]

In 2012, the club finished their first season in the Japan Football League in 11th place and therefore secured their place in the division for the following 2013 season.

After finishing 13th in the Japan Football League in 2013, the club were accepted in the inaugural J. League Division 3 which is to be competed in 2014.[5] Following the club's acceptance, player/manager Toshihide Saito decided to leave the club.[6]

On 7 January 2014, Musashi Mizushima was appointed as manager, following Saito's resignation.[7][8]


Fujieda play their home games at two different stadiums, with home matches split between the two grounds.[9] One of the stadiums is the Fujieda Sports Complex Park which has a capacity of 13,000. The other stadium is the Fujieda Citizen Ground, which was opened in 1967 and has a capacity of 3,000.[10]

Record in national leagues[edit]

Season Div. Tms. Pos. Av. Attendance
2012 JFL 17 11 532
2013 JFL 18 13 953
2014 J3 12 11 1,319
2015 J3 13 10 1,103
2016 J3 16 7 1,531
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league
  • Attendance/G = Average league attendance


As of 15 February 2017.[11] 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 Takanori Miyake
3 Japan DF Yosei Nishimura
4 Japan DF Ryuji Ito
5 Japan DF Daiki Asada
6 Japan DF Tadayo Fukuo
7 Japan MF Yuichiro Edamoto
8 Japan DF Keisuke Endo
9 Japan FW Ryota Doi
10 Japan MF Nozomi Osako
11 Cambodia FW Chan Vathanaka (on loan from Boeung Ket Angkor)
13 Japan FW Hirochika Miyoshi
14 Japan MF Naoto Hiraishi
15 Japan MF Taisuke Mizuno
16 Japan MF Kota Sameshima
No. Position Player
17 Japan MF Hirohito Shinohara
18 Japan MF Yuki Hatanaka
19 Japan MF Ryosuke Ochi
20 Japan MF Ryosuke Kakigi
21 Japan GK Shun Sato
22 Japan DF Ryosuke Hisadomi
23 Japan FW Masato Sasaki
25 Japan MF Takashi Soeda
26 Japan GK Junto Taguchi
27 Japan FW Hiroki Waki
28 Japan MF Ryuto Otake
29 Japan DF Nobuyuki Kawashima
30 Japan DF Shota Fujisaki
31 Japan MF Sho Aoki

Retired numbers[edit]

No. Player Nationality Position Fujieda debut Last match Ref
2 Toshihide Saito  Japan Centre back / Right back 2009 22 September 2013 [12]

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Atsuto Oishi
Coach Yuki Ishida
Technical director Ayumu Tatsuoka
Doctor Masashi Abe
Trainer Yasuke Nakamura
Trainer Kazumasa Suzuki


Tokai League Division 1

Shizuoka Prefecture Cup

  • Champions: (2)- 2013, 2014


Emperor's Cup Record[edit]

Fujieda have entered the Emperor's Cup twice.[13]


External links[edit]