2015 Yokohama F. Marinos season.
|1-1||2015.03.07||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-3||Kawasaki Frontale||Nissan Stadium||38,123|
|1-2||2015.03.14||FC Tokyo||0-0||Yokohama F. Marinos||Ajinomoto Stadium||30,492|
|1-3||2015.03.22||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-0||Sagan Tosu||NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium||13,529|
|1-4||2015.04.04||Kashiwa Reysol||1-2||Yokohama F. Marinos||Hitachi Kashiwa Stadium||12,378|
|1-5||2015.04.12||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-1||Vegalta Sendai||Nissan Stadium||20,207|
|1-6||2015.04.18||Urawa Reds||2-1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Saitama Stadium 2002||33,793|
|1-7||2015.04.25||Yokohama F. Marinos||3-0||Shonan Bellmare||Nissan Stadium||20,388|
|1-8||2015.04.29||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-2||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||Nissan Stadium||19,284|
|1-9||2015.05.02||Montedio Yamagata||1-0||Yokohama F. Marinos||ND Soft Stadium Yamagata||12,188|
|1-10||2015.05.06||Yokohama F. Marinos||2-0||Nagoya Grampus||Nissan Stadium||22,514|
|1-11||2015.05.10||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-0||Albirex Niigata||Nissan Stadium||19,784|
|1-12||2015.05.16||Shimizu S-Pulse||1-2||Yokohama F. Marinos||IAI Stadium Nihondaira||12,978|
|1-13||2015.05.23||Matsumoto Yamaga FC||0-3||Yokohama F. Marinos||Matsumotodaira Park Stadium||18,906|
|1-14||2015.05.30||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-1||Gamba Osaka||Nissan Stadium||35,044|
|1-15||2015.06.07||Ventforet Kofu||1-1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium||13,007|
|1-16||2015.06.20||Yokohama F. Marinos||0-3||Kashima Antlers||Nissan Stadium||28,928|
|1-17||2015.06.27||Vissel Kobe||1-1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Noevir Stadium Kobe||22,332|
|2-1||2015.07.11||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-1||Montedio Yamagata||Nissan Stadium||20,575|
|2-2||2015.07.15||Yokohama F. Marinos||0-1||Kashiwa Reysol||NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium||8,038|
|2-3||2015.07.19||Gamba Osaka||2-2||Yokohama F. Marinos||Expo '70 Commemorative Stadium||16,787|
|2-4||2015.07.25||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||2-0||Yokohama F. Marinos||Edion Stadium Hiroshima||15,174|
|2-5||2015.07.29||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-2||Shimizu S-Pulse||Nissan Stadium||14,848|
|2-6||2015.08.12||Nagoya Grampus||0-3||Yokohama F. Marinos||Paloma Mizuho Stadium||17,093|
|2-7||2015.08.16||Yokohama F. Marinos||2-0||Ventforet Kofu||Nissan Stadium||19,207|
|2-8||2015.08.22||Sagan Tosu||1-2||Yokohama F. Marinos||Best Amenity Stadium||18,321|
|2-9||2015.08.29||Yokohama F. Marinos||4-0||Urawa Reds||Nissan Stadium||33,467|
|2-10||2015.09.12||Albirex Niigata||1-1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Denka Big Swan Stadium||25,336|
|2-11||2015.09.19||Yokohama F. Marinos||1-0||FC Tokyo||Nissan Stadium||30,999|
|2-12||2015.09.26||Shonan Bellmare||1-1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Shonan BMW Stadium Hiratsuka||14,046|
|2-13||2015.10.03||Vegalta Sendai||1-3||Yokohama F. Marinos||Yurtec Stadium Sendai||15,685|
|2-14||2015.10.17||Yokohama F. Marinos||2-1||Vissel Kobe||Nissan Stadium||22,598|
|2-15||2015.10.24||Kawasaki Frontale||0-1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||23,701|
|2-16||2015.11.07||Kashima Antlers||2-0||Yokohama F. Marinos||Kashima Soccer Stadium||22,755|
|2-17||2015.11.22||Yokohama F. Marinos||0-0||Matsumoto Yamaga FC||Nissan Stadium||44,226|
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