Eidai SC

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Eidai S.C.
Full nameEidai Soccer Club
Founded1972
(as Eidai Industries SC)
Dissolved1977
Ground Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan

Eidai Soccer Club was a Japanese football club based in Yamaguchi Prefecture. The club has played in Japan Soccer League (Japanese former top division).

Yamaguchi Prefecture Prefecture of Japan

Yamaguchi Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan in the Chūgoku region of the main island of Honshu. The capital is the city of Yamaguchi, in the center of the prefecture. The largest city, however, is Shimonoseki.

Japan Soccer League

Japan Soccer League, or JSL, was the top flight football league in Japan between 1965 and 1992, and was the precursor to the current professional league, the J. League. JSL was the second national league of a team sport in Japan after the professional Japanese Baseball League that was founded in 1936. JSL was the first-ever national league of an amateur team sport in Japan.

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History

The club was formed following the collapse of the original Nagoya Mutual Bank club. In 1973 they were promoted to the JSL Division 2 and the following year to Division 1. In their first season in the top flight they made the final of the Emperor's Cup, only to lose 2–1 to Yanmar Diesel.

Emperors Cup

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Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1974 season.

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In 1976 they had another opportunity at cup glory when they made the final of the Japan Soccer League Cup, but they lost again, 2–1 to Mitsubishi Motors. With increasing costs of running a top-flight team out of Yamaguchi Prefecture, at the time midway between Toyo Industries and Nippon Steel, Eidai Industries decided to close their team in March 1977, and thus Fujitsu, who had won Division 2 but lost the promotion/relegation series, was promoted anyway.

Statistics of JSL Cup in the 1976 season.

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Record

SeasonLeaguePosPTSWDLGFGA Emperor's Cup League Cup
1973 JSL Division 2 1st 26114351243rd round
1974 JSL Division 19th144681930Final
1975 5th188283029Quarter-final
1976 7th187471824Quarter-finalFinal

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