Atomu Tanaka

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Atomu Tanaka
田中 亜土夢
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Personal information
Full name Atomu Tanaka
Date of birth (1987-10-04) October 4, 1987 (age 33)
Place of birth Niigata, Japan
Height1.67 m (5 ft 5+12 in)
Position(s) Midfielder
Club information
Current team
HJK Helsinki
Number 37
Youth career
2003–2005 Maebashi Ikuei High School
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2005–2014 Albirex Niigata 200 (17)
2015–2017 HJK Helsinki 71 (16)
2018–2019 Cerezo Osaka 27 (2)
2018–2019Cerezo Osaka U-23 3 (0)
2020– HJK Helsinki 32 (6)
National team
2006–2007 Japan U-20 8 (1)
Honours
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 3 March 2020

Atomu Tanaka (田中 亜土夢, Tanaka Atomu, born October 4, 1987) is a Japanese football player who plays for HJK Helsinki in the Veikkausliiga.

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He was a participant at 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada and scored 1 goal in 3 appearances. [1]

Club career

Tanaka was educated at and played for Maebashi Ikuei High School in Gunma. While he was a high school student, he was chosen as one of the Designated Players for Development by J.League and JFA. [2] Because of this status, He was able to register as an Albirex Niigata player while he was still eligible to play for his high school club. He played two league games for Albirex in the 2005 season. He made his debut on 27 November 2005 in a J1 League away match against Nagoya Grampus Eight. [3]

After graduating from his high school in 2006, he officially signed with Albirex Niigata. His first appearance as a professional player came on 5 March 2006 in a league match against Kawasaki Frontale. [4] His first professional goal came on 8 April 2006 in a league match against Ventforet Kofu. [5]

After scoring once in five matches for his new team HJK Helsinki in the 2015 Finnish League Cup, he scored on his Veikkausliiga debut against RoPS in a 3-1 away win on 12 April.

In October 2015 of the same year, HJK exercised their option of keeping Tanaka under contract for the 2016 season. [6]

Tanaka was voted as a best eleven member in 2015 and 2016 in the Finnish League. [7]

On 25 October 2017 it was announced that Tanaka would leave HJK at the end of the 2017 season. [8]

He is playing for Cerezo Osaka for the 2018 season. [9]

On 3 March 2020, Tanaka returned to Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi, signing a contract until the end of July. [10]

National team career

Tanaka was a U-20 international and took part in the 2006 AFC Youth Championship and 2007 U-20 World Cup. He scored 1 goal in 8 appearances for this tournament.

Club statistics

As of match played 11 April 2021. [11] [12]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
ClubSeasonLeagueNational CupLeague CupContinentalOtherTotal
SeasonClubLeagueAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Albirex Niigata 2005 J1 League 200000--20
2006 2211041--272
2007 1110020--131
2008 2512050--321
2009 502030--100
2010 1013330--164
2011 2531021--284
2012 3441040--394
2013 3342160--415
2014 3324100--373
Total20017165292--23524
HJK Helsinki 2015 Veikkausliiga 318325161-4512
2016 175215242-2810
2017 23372-00-305
Total7116125103103-10327
Cerezo Osaka 2018 J1 League 6010003000100
2019 2121081-303
Total27220813000403
Cerezo Osaka U-23 2018 J3 League 10-10
2019 20-20
Total30-30
HJK Helsinki 2020 Veikkausliiga 19540-235
2021 0041-41
Career total3204038114761330040860

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References

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