Tokyo Musashino City FC

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Tokyo Musashino City F.C.
東京武蔵野シティフットボールクラブ
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Full name Tokyo Musashino City Football Club
Founded 1939
Ground Musashino Municipal Athletic Stadium Musashino City, Tokyo
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Naoto Igusa
Manager Yasuhiro Yoshida
League Japan Football League
2015 12th
Former logo of Yokogawa Musashino

Tokyo Musashino City F.C. (東京武蔵野シティFC Tokyo Musashino Shitī Efu Shī?) are a football (soccer) club based in Musashino City, Tokyo, Japan. They play in the Japan Football League. Their team colour is blue.

History[edit]

The club was founded as a football club of Yokogawa Electric Corporation in 1939. In 1978, the club achieved their first promotion to the Kanto Regional League. Despite experiencing the relegation to the Tokyo Prefecture League twice, they were determined to bounce back and gained the promotion to the Japan Football League in 1999. Although the club still have strong association with Yokogawa Electric, they left the nest in 2003 and started the new life as a non-corporation club under the name Yokogawa Musashino until 2015. The club was renamed Tokyo Musashino City in January 2016.[1]

Stadiums[edit]

Their home ground is Musashino Municipal Athletic Stadium but they also play some of their home games at Ajinomoto Stadium, Ajinomoto Stadium sub ground, Edogawa Stadium, and Nishigaoka Soccer Stadium.

Results in JFL[edit]

  • 1999: 8th
  • 2000: 12th
  • 2001: 7th
  • 2002: 7th
  • 2003: 13th
  • 2004: 13th
  • 2005: 9th
  • 2006: 6th
  • 2007: 7th
  • 2008: 7th
  • 2009: 2nd
  • 2010: 12th
  • 2011: 15th
  • 2012: 10th
  • 2013: 10th
  • 2014: 6th
  • 2015: 12th

Current squad[edit]

As of 2015 season 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 Wataru Iizuka
2 Japan DF Daiki Koyama
3 Japan MF Shu Hiraiwa
4 Japan MF Taiki Tougou
5 Japan DF Takashi Shikano
6 Japan MF Masahito Tomaru
7 Japan MF Keisuke Iwata
8 Japan MF Shunsuke Hayashi
9 Japan DF Ryota Sato
10 Japan DF Takanori Kanamori
11 Japan MF Daisuke Eiro
13 Japan FW Hayato Mitsuhashi
14 Japan MF Keisuke Honda
15 Japan MF Jun Akao
16 Japan DF Ryota In
17 Philippines MF Satoshi Otomo
18 Japan MF Koji Ishihara
No. Position Player
19 Japan MF Yuta Shiroma
20 Japan FW Yuki Kitohara
21 Japan GK Hideto Doi
22 Japan MF Takuma Kojo
23 Japan MF Keigo Kawano
25 Japan FW Shogo Noda
26 Japan DF Naoto Koda
27 Japan MF Ryuka Sumida
28 Japan MF Yusuke Wakasa
29 Japan MF Hiroki Watanabe
30 Japan MF Rintaro Nagao
31 Japan GK Akito Shimizu
32 Japan MF Hiromu Sano
33 Japan FW Tsuyoshi Kaneko
34 Japan FW Ryoji Iseki
41 Japan GK Daiki Tomosada

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