This page records the details of the Japan women's national football team in 2017.
|2017.04.09||Japan||3–0||Costa Rica||Kumamoto, Japan|
| Yokoyama |
|Stadium: Kumamoto Athletics Stadium|
| Nakajima |
|Stadium: Minami Nagano Sports Park Stadium|
|2017.12.08||Japan||3–2||South Korea||Chiba, Japan|
| Tanaka |
|Stadium: Chiba Soga Football Stadium|
The Japan national football team, nicknamed the Samurai Blue (サムライ・ブルー), represents Japan in men's international football and it is controlled by the Japan Football Association (JFA), the governing body for football in Japan. The current head coach is Hajime Moriyasu, who is also the current coach of the Japan U-23 team.
The Korea Republic national football team or simply known as South Korea national football team represents South Korea in men's international football and is governed by the Korea Football Association. Since the 1950s, Korea Republic has emerged as a major football power in Asia and is historically the most successful Asian football team, having participated in nine consecutive and ten overall FIFA World Cup tournaments, the most for any Asian country. Despite initially going through five World Cup tournaments without winning a match, Korea Republic became the only Asian team to reach the semi-final stages when they co-hosted the 2002 tournament with Japan. Korea Republic also recorded five titles and seven-time runners-up in the AFC Asian Cup and the senior Asian Games. The team is commonly nicknamed the "Reds" by both fans and the media due to the color of their primary kit. The national team's supporting group is officially referred to as the Red Devils.
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Japanese football in 2004
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The Japan national football team in 2010, managed by head coach Takeshi Okada, began by competing in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification and the 2010 East Asian Football Championship in amongst other international friendly matches in the build-up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup finals where they would finish in 9th place. Afterwards the team, managed first by interim head coach Hiromi Hara and finally head coach Alberto Zaccheroni, would close out 2010 with several more international friendly matches as they prepared for the 2011 Asian Cup and the 2011 Copa América in the following year.
Japanese football in 2008
Japanese football in 2010
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Japanese football in 2015.
This article lists the results and fixtures for the Japan women's national football team.
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This page records the details of the Japan women's national football team in 2004.
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