Yokohama F. Marinos


Yokohama F. Marinos
Yokohama F-Marinos
横浜F・マリノス
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Full name Yokohama F·Marinos
Nickname(s) Marinos
Founded 1972
Ground Nissan Stadium
(International Stadium Yokohama)
Kohoku-ku, Yokohama
(Capacity: 72,327)
Chairman Akira Kaetsu
Manager Japan Kazushi Kimura (2010 - )
League J. League Division 1
2010 8th Place
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

Yokohama F. Marinos (横浜F・マリノス Yokohama Efu Marinosu?) is a Japanese association football team that participates in the fully professional J. League Division 1; the top Japanese professional football league. Having won the J-League title three times and finished second twice, they are one of the most successful J-League clubs. The team are based in Yokohama and were founded as the company team of Nissan Motors. The club was formed by the merger of Yokohama Marinos and Yokohama Flügels in 1999. The current name is intended to reflect both Marinos and Flügels. The team name Marinos means "sailors" in Spanish. Yokohama F. Marinos are the longest serving team in the top flight of Japanese football having played at the top level since 1982.

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History

Nissan F.C. Yokohama Marinos

In 1973, the team started as the Nissan Motors F.C. based in Yokohama, and were promoted to the Japan Soccer League Division 2 in 1976. They took necessary steps like building a friendly relationship with local high schools and universities and starting junior teams for school kids to be a winning team. Under the first paid or professional team manager in Japan Shu Kamo, the team won championships in 1988 and 1989 as well as the JSL Cup and Emperor's Cup winning all three major tournaments in Japan at that time.

In 1991, it was one of the founding members of the J. League. In 1998, after losing one of their primary sponsors, it was announced that crosstown rivals Yokohama Flügels would merge with Marinos. Since then, an F was added to the name to represent the Flügels half of the club. Many Flügels fans rejected the merger, rather believing their club to have been dissolved into Marinos. As a result, they refused to follow F. Marinos and instead created Yokohama FC, F. Marinos' new crosstown rivals. In 2010, Shunsuke Nakamura made a come-back to Yokohama F. Marinos.

The team's home stadiums are Nissan Stadium, otherwise known as International Stadium Yokohama, and Mitsuzawa Stadium. However, the squad trains in the newly constructed Marinos Town in the Minato Mirai area of Yokohama.

Players

Current squad

As of July 17, 2011 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Japan GK Tetsuya Enomoto
2 Japan DF Takashi Amano
4 Japan DF Yuzo Kurihara
5 South Korea DF Kim Kun-Hoan
6 Japan MF Shōhei Ogura
7 Japan MF Shingō Hyōdō (vice-captain)
8 Japan MF Aria Jasuru Hasegawa
9 Japan FW Kazuma Watanabe
10 Japan FW Yuji Ono
11 Japan FW Masashi Oguro
13 Japan DF Yuzo Kobayashi
14 Japan MF Kenta Kano
15 Japan FW Jin Hanato
16 Japan DF Eijiro Takeda
18 Japan MF Rei Matsumoto
No. Position Player
19 Japan MF Kentaro Moriya
20 Japan DF Yasuhiro Hato
21 Japan GK Hiroki Iikura
22 Japan DF Yuji Nakazawa
23 Japan MF Sho Matsumoto
24 Japan DF Takashi Kanai
25 Japan MF Shunsuke Nakamura (captain)
26 Japan DF Naoaki Aoyama
29 Japan MF Hiroyuki Taniguchi
31 Japan GK Yota Akimoto
40 Japan MF Andrew Kumagai (youth)
41 Japan GK Ryota Suzuki (youth)
42 Japan DF Kazuki Miyamoto (youth)
43 Japan MF Yuto Suzuki (youth)
44 South Korea FW Hwang Byung-In (youth)

Retired Number

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Japan DF Naoki Matsuda

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Japan DF Masato Fujita (to Yokohama F.C.)
Japan DF Masakazu Tashiro (to Machida Zelvia)
South Korea DF Jeong Dong-Ho (to Gainare Tottori)
Japan MF Kota Mizunuma (to Tochigi S.C.)
Japan FW Manabu Saito (to Ehime F.C.)

International Players

Japan
AFC
CONMEBOL
UEFA

Most appearances

Rank Name Career Appearances Goals
1 Japan Naoki Matsuda 1995–2010 507 27
2 Japan Yoshiharu Ueno 1994–2007 393 29
3 Japan Yuji Nakazawa 2002–present 331 23
4 Japan Daisuke Sakata 2001–2010 323 64
5 Japan Norio Omura 1993–2001 311 36
6 Japan Akihiro Endo 1994–2005 273 18
7 Japan Masami Ihara 1993–1999 270 5
8 Japan Satoru Noda 1993–1998 245 14
9 Japan Hayuma Tanaka 2000–2002
2004–2008
240 14
10 Japan Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi 1994–2001 238 0

Most goals

Rank Name Career Goals Appearances Goals/Game
Ratio
1 Japan Shoji Jo 1997–2001 69 129 0.534
2 Japan Daisuke Sakata 2001–2010 64 323 0.198
3 Argentina David Bisconti 1993–1996 61 149 0.409
4 Argentina Ramón Díaz 1993–1995 59 90 0.655
5 Argentina Ramón Medina Bello 1994–1995 47 66 0.712
6 Japan Shunsuke Nakamura 1997–2002
2010–present
44 209 0.210
7 Japan Koji Yamase 2005–2010 44 199 0.221
8 Japan Hideo Ōshima 2005–2008 41 155 0.265
9 Spain Julio Salinas 1997–1998 40 57 0.702
10 Japan Tatsuhiko Kubo 2003–2006 37 108 0.343

World Cup Players

World Cup 1994

World Cup 1998

World Cup 2002

World Cup 2006

World Cup 2010

Record as J. League member

Season Div. Tms. Pos. Attendance/G J. League Cup Emperor's Cup Asia
1992 - - - - Group Stage Winner - -
1993 J1 10 4 16,781 Group Stage Quarter-final CWC Winner
1994 J1 12 6 19,801 Semi-final Semi-final - -
1995 J1 14 1 18,326 - 2nd Round - -
1996 J1 16 3 14,589 Group Stage 3rd Round - -
1997 J1 17 3 9,211 Group Stage 4th Round CC Quarter-final
1998 J1 18 4 19,165 Group Stage 3rd Round - -
1999 J1 16 5 20,095 Quarter-final Quarter-final - -
2000 J1 16 2 16,644 Quarter-final Quarter-final - -
2001 J1 16 13 20,595 Winner 3rd Round - -
2002 J1 16 2 24,108 Group Stage 4th Round - -
2003 J1 16 1 24,957 Quarter-final Quarter-final - -
2004 J1 16 1 24,818 Quarter-final 5th Round CL Group Stage
2005 J1 18 9 25,713 Semi-final 5th Round CL Group Stage
2006 J1 18 9 23,663 Semi-final Quarter-final - -
2007 J1 18 7 24,039 Semi-final 5th Round - -
2008 J1 18 9 23,682 Quarter-final Semi-final - -
2009 J1 18 10 22,057 Semi-final 4th Round - -
2010 J1 18 8 25,684 Group Stage 4th Round - -

Honours

Nissan FC

Yokohama F. Marinos

Award

Ramón Díaz (1993)

Shigetatsu Matsunaga, Masami Ihara, Ramón Díaz (1993) Masami Ihara (1994) Masami Ihara, Masaharu Suzuki (1995) Masami Ihara (1996) Masami Ihara (1997) Shunsuke Nakamura (1999) Naoki Matsuda, Shunsuke Nakamura (2000) Naoki Matsuda (2002) Yuji Nakazawa, Daisuke Oku, Tatsuhiko Kubo (2003) Yuji Nakazawa, Daisuke Oku (2004) Yuji Nakazawa (2005) Yuji Nakazawa (2008)

Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi (1995) Daisuke Nasu (2003) Kazuma Watanabe (2009)

Shunsuke Nakamura (2000) Yuji Nakazawa (2004)

Takeshi Okada (2003-2004)

  • J. League Fair Play

Daisuke Sakata (2007)

  • J. League Yamazaki Nabisco Cup Most Valuable Player

Tatsuya Enomoto (2001)

Managers

Manager Nat. Tenure
Hidehiko Shimizu  Japan 1993-94
Jorge Solari  Argentina 1995
Hiroshi Hayano  Japan 1995-96
Xabier Azkargorta  Spain 1997-98
Antonio de la Cruz  Spain 1999
Osvaldo Ardiles  Argentina 2000-01
Yoshiaki Shimojo  Japan 2001
Sebastião Lazaroni  Brazil 2001-02
Yoshiaki Shimojo  Japan 2002
Takeshi Okada  Japan 2003-06
Takashi Mizunuma  Japan 2006
Hiroshi Hayano  Japan 2007
Takashi Kuwahara  Japan 2008
Kokichi Kimura  Japan 2008-09
Kazushi Kimura  Japan 2010-

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