|Full name||Football Club Maruyasu Okazaki|
|Ground||Minato Soccer Stadium|
|League||Japan Football League|
FC Maruyasu Okazaki (FCマルヤス岡崎, FC Maruyasu Okazaki) is a Japanese football team based in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture. They currently play in Japan Football League, the fourth-tier of Japanese nationwide football system.
The club has been established in 1968 as the corporate team of Maruyasu Industries. In 1976 the team won promotion to Tōkai Soccer League where remained ever since except for 2003 and 2004 seasons when they suffered relegation to Division 2. The club has won the league in 2013 and though they were unable to take up one of three promotion-granting places in the Regional League promotion series, they were admitted to participate in JFL in 2014 season by the league board.
Before their first season on the nationwide level the club has changed its name to FC Maruyasu Okazaki in order to appeal more to the local community.
As of May 3rd, 2020.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|2003|| Tōkai Adult Soccer|
League (Div. 2)
|2005|| Tōkai Adult Soccer|
League (Div. 1)
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