2015 FC Machida Zelvia season

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FC Machida Zelvia
2015 season
Manager Flag of Japan.svg Naoki Soma
Stadium Machida Stadium
J3 League 2nd
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2015 FC Machida Zelvia season.

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MatchDateTeamScoreTeamVenueAttendance
12015.03.15 FC Machida Zelvia 0-0 AC Nagano Parceiro Machida Stadium 7,803
22015.03.21 YSCC Yokohama 0-1 FC Machida Zelvia NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium 1,723
32015.03.29 FC Machida Zelvia 0-1 Blaublitz Akita Machida Stadium 2,853
42015.04.05 Kataller Toyama 1-2 FC Machida Zelvia Toyama Stadium 2,552
52015.04.12 FC Machida Zelvia 2-0 Gainare Tottori Machida Stadium 2,843
62015.04.19 SC Sagamihara 2-1 FC Machida Zelvia Sagamihara Gion Stadium 4,862
72015.04.26 FC Machida Zelvia 6-0 J.League U-22 Selection Machida Stadium 3,511
82015.04.29 Grulla Morioka 0-0 FC Machida Zelvia Morioka Minami Park Stadium 1,277
92015.05.03 FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 FC Ryukyu Machida Stadium 3,121
102015.05.06 FC Machida Zelvia 1-1 Fukushima United FC Machida Stadium 2,802
122015.05.17 Fujieda MYFC 1-1 FC Machida Zelvia Fujieda Soccer Stadium 1,516
132015.05.24 FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 Renofa Yamaguchi FC Machida Stadium 3,132
142015.05.31 Blaublitz Akita 0-1 FC Machida Zelvia Akigin Stadium 1,237
152015.06.07 FC Machida Zelvia 2-0 AC Nagano Parceiro Machida Stadium 3,568
162015.06.14 Renofa Yamaguchi FC 1-2 FC Machida Zelvia Shimonoseki Stadium 2,639
172015.06.21 Fukushima United FC 1-1 FC Machida Zelvia Shonan BMW Stadium Hiratsuka 1,507
182015.06.28 FC Machida Zelvia 2-1 YSCC Yokohama Machida Stadium 2,536
192015.07.05 Gainare Tottori 0-0 FC Machida Zelvia Chubu Yajin Stadium 2,446
202015.07.12 FC Machida Zelvia 2-0 FC Ryukyu Machida Stadium 2,543
212015.07.19 FC Machida Zelvia 3-1 J.League U-22 Selection Machida Stadium 2,848
232015.07.29 FC Machida Zelvia 0-1 Grulla Morioka Machida Stadium 2,005
242015.08.02 FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 Kataller Toyama Machida Stadium 3,012
252015.08.09 SC Sagamihara 0-1 FC Machida Zelvia Sagamihara Gion Stadium 5,549
262015.08.16 FC Machida Zelvia 4-0 Fujieda MYFC Machida Stadium 2,427
272015.09.05 YSCC Yokohama 0-2 FC Machida Zelvia NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium 1,631
282015.09.13 Grulla Morioka 1-1 FC Machida Zelvia Morioka Minami Park Stadium 811
292015.09.20 FC Machida Zelvia 1-3 Renofa Yamaguchi FC Machida Stadium 5,191
302015.09.23 FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 J.League U-22 Selection Machida Stadium 5,873
312015.09.27 Fujieda MYFC 1-2 FC Machida Zelvia Shizuoka Stadium 1,406
332015.10.11 FC Machida Zelvia 2-0 Kataller Toyama Machida Stadium 3,163
342015.10.18 FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 SC Sagamihara Machida Stadium 7,782
352015.10.25 FC Ryukyu 0-2 FC Machida Zelvia Okinawa Athletic Park Stadium 823
362015.11.01 FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 Fukushima United FC Machida Stadium 3,812
372015.11.08 Gainare Tottori 1-1 FC Machida Zelvia Tottori Bank Bird Stadium 1,258
382015.11.15 FC Machida Zelvia 2-0 Blaublitz Akita Machida Stadium 4,487
392015.11.23 AC Nagano Parceiro 1-1 FC Machida Zelvia Minami Nagano Sports Park Stadium 7,317

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