FC Tokyo U-23

Last updated
FC Tokyo U-23
Full nameFC Tokyo Under-23
Founded2016
Dissolved2020
Ground Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka
Capacity7,137
Manager Tadashi Nakamura
League J3 League
Website Club website

FC Tokyo Under−23 was a Japanese football club based in Tokyo. It was the reserve team of FC Tokyo and played in J3 League which they have done since their entry to the league at the beginning of the 2016 season. The club shared its home games between Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka and the smaller Yumenoshima Stadium.

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History

FC Tokyo joined J3 League in 2016 along with the reserve teams of neighbours Gamba Osaka and Cerezo Osaka. None of these clubs are eligible for promotion to J2 League additionally they can only field 3 players over the age of 23. [1]

Current squad

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Tsuyoshi Kodama
5 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Daiki Niwa
6 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kosuke Ota
13 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Go Hatano
19 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kiwara Miyazaki
21 MF Flag of South Korea.svg  KOR Yu In-soo
22 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Takumi Nakamura
23 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kiichi Yajima
24 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Taichi Hara
27 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kyosuke Tagawa
28 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Takuya Uchida
29 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Makoto Okazaki
32 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Tsuyoshi Watanabe
36 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Shuto Abe
38 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kyota Tokiwa
38 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Riku Kobayashi
No.Pos.NationPlayer
40 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Rei Hirakawa
41 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Taishi Brandon Nozawa
42 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kashifu Bangunagande
43 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Seiji Kimura
44 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Manato Shinada
45 MF Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA Arthur Silva
46 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kazuya Konno
47 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Teppei Oka
47 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Rio Omori
48 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Izumi Miyata
49 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Shingo Morita
50 MF Flag of North Korea.svg  PRK Kim Song-min
50 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kosei Numata
51 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Yoshihito Iizuka
51 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Yu Kanoshima
52 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Seiichiro Kubo

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References

  1. Tournament schemes for 2016 J3 League (in Japanese), J. League, 15 December 2015, retrieved 2 May 2016[ permanent dead link ]