|Full name||Tokyo Shukyu-dan|
|League||Tokyo Regional League Div.3|
|2008||Div.3 2nd Place|
It is the oldest Japanese football club, founded in 1917, and it was the first to win the Emperor's Cup, the top national cup in Japan. Very much like Sheffield F.C. in England or Queen's Park F.C. in Scotland, it's staunch amateur ideals forced it by the wayside as company clubs, and later fully professionalized clubs, took over the game.
The club now participates in the Tokyo District League, fifth level of the Japanese football league system, since its founding in 1967. It earned second place in 1978 and 1983. Its farm team, Tōshū club also participates in the prefectural league.
- Emperor's Cup: 1921.