Ehime FC Ladies

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Ehime F.C. Ladies
愛媛F.C.レディース
Full nameEhime F.C. Ladies
Nickname(s)Ehime F.C. Ladies
Founded2011
Ground Ningineer Stadium
Manager Kenta Kawai
League Nadeshiko Div.1
2019 Nadeshiko League Division.2, 1st (Champions)
Website Club website

Ehime F.C. Ladies (愛媛F.C.レディース) is a women's football club playing in Japan's football league, Nadeshiko Div. 1. Its hometown is the city of Matsuyama, Ehime.

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Squad

Current squad

As of 27 February 2020. [1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
1 Flag of Japan.svg GK Hanako Osako
2 Flag of Japan.svg DF Nozomi Nishimura
3 Flag of Japan.svg DF Ayaka Mukaidani
4 Flag of Japan.svg DF Ran Kamata
5 Flag of Japan.svg DF Maiko Kariya
6 Flag of Japan.svg MF Shiori Watai
7 Flag of Japan.svg MF Sayumi Nishigawa
8 Flag of Japan.svg MF Yuka Iwamoto
9 Flag of Japan.svg FW Ayumu Ooya
10 Flag of Japan.svg MF Miyuki Yamashiro
11 Flag of Japan.svg MF Saori Haruyama
12 Flag of Japan.svg GK Sayaka Kitaike
14 Flag of Japan.svg MF Manami Ogawa
15 Flag of Japan.svg MF Akari Kawamura
16 Flag of Japan.svg DF Miyu Ono
No.PositionPlayer
18 Flag of Japan.svg MF Mana Akune
19 Flag of Japan.svg MF Mizuho Niwa
20 Flag of Japan.svg FW Natsumi Tagami
21 Flag of Japan.svg GK Yukiko Ueno
22 Flag of Japan.svg DF Natsumi Taketa
24 Flag of Japan.svg MF Mana Momota
25 Flag of Japan.svg DF Mafuyu Muramatsu
27 Flag of Japan.svg MF Kanami Kanemoto
28 Flag of Japan.svg DF Hazuki Onoue
29 Flag of Japan.svg DF Nao Tanioka
30 Flag of Japan.svg FW Hinako Nakachi
31 Flag of Japan.svg DF Mika Akinaka
32 Flag of Japan.svg DF Yumeno Yamaguchi
33 Flag of Japan.svg GK Chiaki Tomonaga
34 Flag of Japan.svg GK Saki Nakamura

Results

SeasonDomestic LeagueNational CupLeague CupLeague Note
LeagueLevelPlaceTms.
2011
Shikoku
3
1st
4
3rd Stage
-
Promoted for L.League
2012
Challenge
2
7th
12
1st Stage
-
2013
8th
16
3rd Stage
-
2014
9th
16
3rd Stage
-
2015
Nadeshiko
Div.2
6th
10
2nd Stage
-
2016
4th
10
3rd Stage
Group Stage / Div.2
2017
3rd
10
2nd Stage
Group Stage / Div.2

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