SP Kyoto FC

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SP Kyoto FC
Full name SP Kyoto Football Club
Nickname(s) SP Kyoto FC
Founded 1986
Dissolved 2015
Ground Taiyogaoka Stadium
Uji, Kyoto
Ground Capacity 7,000
2015 Japan Football League, 6th (resigned)

SP Kyoto FC (SP京都FC SP Kyoto Football Club?) were an association football club based in Muko, Kyoto, Japan. They played for the last time in Japan Football League for 2015 season.


The club was founded in 1986 and started to compete in the Kyoto Prefecture Division 4. They were promoted to Division 1 in 1999 and again to the Kansai Regional League in 2000. They won the League in 2004 and got promoted to the JFL after beating Shizuoka Sangyo University in the play-off. All the players are the employees of Sagawa Printing, a printing company with historical links to the Sagawa Express shipping company.

The name was changed from Sagawa Printing Soccer Club to Sagawa Printing Kyoto Soccer Club in 2014.

The name was changed from Sagawa Printing Kyoto Soccer Club to SP Kyoto Football Club in 2015. The team was disbanded at the end of 2015 season.[1]

Last squad[edit]

As of 26 October 2015.[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 Tetsuya Yamaoka
2 Japan DF Ryuma Shima
3 Japan DF Daiki Oizumi
4 Japan DF Tatsuya Ikeda
5 Japan DF Hiroto Sakai
6 Japan MF Yoshiki Nakai
7 Japan MF Shun Aso
8 Japan DF Ryoichi Kanai
9 Japan FW Noriaki Fujimoto
10 Japan MF Kenich Yoshiki
11 Japan FW Koya Iwasaki
13 Japan FW Hiroki Minobe
No. Position Player
14 Japan FW Tomomasa Horikawa
15 Japan MF Kazuma Sato
16 Japan DF Shinsaku Mochidome
17 Japan FW Daisuke Kurosu
18 Japan MF Jun Usami
19 Japan MF Taiki Kato
20 Japan MF Ryo Harada
21 Japan GK Akihito Ozawa
22 Japan DF Hiroaki Takahashi
23 Japan DF Yuzirou Haraguchi
25 Japan DF Kengo Nakamura
31 Japan GK Jun Kurosawa


Results in JFL[edit]

2003: 15th
2004: 12th
2005: 11th
2006: 15th
2007: 12th
2008: 11th
2009: 9th
2010: 6th
2011: 12th
2012: 7th
2013: 6th
2014: 2nd
2015: 6th


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