|Emperor's Cup||Second round|
|Top goalscorer||Kyohei Maeyama (10)|
|Highest home attendance||3,233|
|Lowest home attendance||1,237|
|Average home league attendance||1,998 (+12.7%)|
2015 Blaublitz Akita season. The annual club slogan was "闘".
As of 2015.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|1||2015.03.15||Kataller Toyama||1-0||Blaublitz Akita||Toyama Stadium||4,542|
|3||2015.03.29||FC Machida Zelvia||0-1||Blaublitz Akita||Machida Stadium||2,853|
|4||2015.04.05||Blaublitz Akita||0-1||YSCC Yokohama||Akigin Stadium||3,233|
|5||2015.04.12||Blaublitz Akita||1-2||Renofa Yamaguchi FC||Akigin Stadium||2,281|
|6||2015.04.18||Fukushima United FC||1-1||Blaublitz Akita||Toho Stadium||913|
|7||2015.04.26||Blaublitz Akita||3-0||SC Sagamihara||Akigin Stadium||1,815|
|8||2015.04.29||Fujieda MYFC||0-2||Blaublitz Akita||Fujieda Soccer Stadium||812|
|9||2015.05.03||Blaublitz Akita||1-0||Grulla Morioka||Akigin Stadium||2,023|
|10||2015.05.06||FC Ryukyu||2-0||Blaublitz Akita||Okinawa Athletic Park Stadium||1,028|
|11||2015.05.10||Blaublitz Akita||1-2||Gainare Tottori||Akigin Stadium||3,211|
|12||2015.05.17||AC Nagano Parceiro||1-0||Blaublitz Akita||Minami Nagano Sports Park Stadium||3,769|
|13||2015.05.24||Blaublitz Akita||1-0||J.League U-22 Selection||Akigin Stadium||1,771|
|14||2015.05.31||Blaublitz Akita||0-1||FC Machida Zelvia||Akigin Stadium||1,237|
|16||2015.06.14||Blaublitz Akita||2-3||Fukushima United FC||Akigin Stadium||1,813|
|17||2015.06.21||SC Sagamihara||3-1||Blaublitz Akita||Sagamihara Gion Stadium||1,723|
|18||2015.06.28||Blaublitz Akita||1-2||AC Nagano Parceiro||Akita Yabase Athletic Field||1,751|
|19||2015.07.05||Renofa Yamaguchi FC||3-1||Blaublitz Akita||Ishin Memorial Park Stadium||3,514|
|20||2015.07.12||Blaublitz Akita||1-1||Kataller Toyama||Akigin Stadium||2,020|
|21||2015.07.19||FC Ryukyu||2-1||Blaublitz Akita||Okinawa Athletic Park Stadium||897|
|22||2015.07.26||Blaublitz Akita||1-2||Gainare Tottori||Akigin Stadium||1,610|
|23||2015.07.29||YSCC Yokohama||0-0||Blaublitz Akita||NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium||585|
|24||2015.08.02||Blaublitz Akita||0-0||J.League U-22 Selection||Akigin Stadium||1,901|
|25||2015.08.09||Blaublitz Akita||0-0||Fujieda MYFC||Akigin Stadium||1,750|
|26||2015.08.16||Grulla Morioka||0-0||Blaublitz Akita||Morioka Minami Park Stadium||1,170|
|27||2015.09.06||Blaublitz Akita||3-1||Renofa Yamaguchi FC||Akigin Stadium||1,479|
|29||2015.09.19||Blaublitz Akita||1-0||YSCC Yokohama||Akigin Stadium||1,513|
|30||2015.09.23||Grulla Morioka||0-1||Blaublitz Akita||Morioka Minami Park Stadium||1,127|
|31||2015.09.27||Blaublitz Akita||1-0||J.League U-22 Selection||Akigin Stadium||1,692|
|32||2015.10.04||Kataller Toyama||0-2||Blaublitz Akita||Toyama Stadium||3,127|
|33||2015.10.11||Blaublitz Akita||1-1||AC Nagano Parceiro||Akigin Stadium||1,916|
|34||2015.10.18||Gainare Tottori||0-1||Blaublitz Akita||Chubu Yajin Stadium||2,253|
|35||2015.10.25||Fukushima United FC||1-2||Blaublitz Akita||Toho Stadium||1,214|
|36||2015.11.01||Blaublitz Akita||3-3||FC Ryukyu||Akigin Stadium||2,108|
|37||2015.11.08||Fujieda MYFC||3-1||Blaublitz Akita||Fujieda Soccer Stadium||1,381|
|38||2015.11.15||FC Machida Zelvia||2-0||Blaublitz Akita||Machida Stadium||4,487|
|39||2015.11.23||Blaublitz Akita||2-2||SC Sagamihara||Akigin Stadium||2,831|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Renofa Yamaguchi (C, P)||36||25||3||8||96||36||+60||78||Promotion to 2016 J2 League|
|2||Machida Zelvia (P)||36||23||9||4||52||18||+34||78||Qualification to J2 League promotion playoffs|
|12||J.League U-22 Selection (W)||36||7||7||22||28||71||−43||28||Folded by JFA after the season.|
|23 August 2015Akita Prefecture Qualifying Final||Blaublitz Akita||9–0||TDK Shinwakai||Akigin Stadium|
|13:05|| Sato |
|30 August 2015No.16||Blaublitz Akita||3 – 0||Fukushima United||Akita Municipal Yabase Football Stadium, Akita|
|13:00|| Shimakawa |
Referee: Hiroki Kasahara
|20 February 2015||Azul Claro Numazu||0–1||Blaublitz Akita||Tokinosumika Sports Center Susono C Ground|
|22 February 2015||Fujieda MYFC||0–2||Blaublitz Akita||Tokinosumika Sports Center Susono C Ground|
|11:00|| Report |
|24 February 2015||Shizuoka Sangyo University||1–4||Blaublitz Akita||Tokinosumika Sports Center Susono C Ground|
|26 February 2015||Fukushima United||1–2||Blaublitz Akita||Tokinosumika Sports Center Susono C Ground|
|26 February 2015||Rissho University||0–0||Blaublitz Akita||Tokinosumika Sports Center Susono C Ground|
|13 April 2015||Albirex Niigata||5–1||Blaublitz Akita||Niigata Seiro Sports Center|
|14:30|| Report |
|2 September 2015||Blaublitz Akita||2–0||Yamagata University||TDK Akita General Sports Center|
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