Fukuoka J. Anclas

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Fukuoka J. Anclas
福岡Jアンクラス
Full nameFukuoka J. Anclas
Nickname(s)Fukuoka AN
Founded1986
ManagerMie Kawashima
League Challenge.League
2016 7th (League-West, 4th)
Website Club website

Fukuoka J. Anclas is a Japanese women's football club from Fukuoka. [1] Founded in 1986, it has played in the Nadeshiko League since 2010. [2]

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Squad

Current squad

As of 5 April 2018 [3] 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 Hoshimi Kishi
2 Flag of Japan.svg FW Shiori Yanagita
3 Flag of Japan.svg DF Chisa Ito
4 Flag of Japan.svg MF Hitomi Nariai
5 Flag of Japan.svg MF Misato Doushita
6 Flag of Japan.svg MF Kotome Ukita
7 Flag of Japan.svg FW Narumi Doi
9 Flag of Japan.svg MF Shihori Fukui
10 Flag of Japan.svg DF Aiko Hanada
11 Flag of Japan.svg MF Chizuru Takahashi
No.PositionPlayer
13 Flag of Japan.svg FW Rie Marugata
14 Flag of Japan.svg DF Marin Fujisawa
15 Flag of Japan.svg MF Natsumi Kobayashi
17 Flag of Japan.svg MF Kaede Sato
18 Flag of Japan.svg MF Sakura Sakanashi
19 Flag of Japan.svg MF Akane Yatsugi
20 Flag of Japan.svg MF Aira Nishida
21 Flag of Japan.svg GK Erina Ueda
22 Flag of Japan.svg DF Misato Komatsu
23 Flag of Japan.svg DF Misato Hirata

Results

SeasonDomestic LeagueNational CupLeague CupLeague Note
LeagueLevelPlaceTms.
1999
Kyushu
2
1st
5
2nd Stage
-
2000
1st
5
DNQ
-
2001
1st
6
1st Stage
-
2002
1st
7
1st Stage
-
2003
1st
7
DNQ
-
2004
3
1st
8
DNQ
-
2005
1st
8
1st Stage
-
Promoted for L.League
2006
Nadeshiko
Div.2
2
3rd
8
3rd Stage
-
2007
3rd
8
2nd Stage
Group Stage
2008
5th
9
1st Stage
-
2009
3rd
8
3rd Stage
-
Promoted for Div.1
2010
Nadeshiko
1
8th
10
3rd Stage
Group Stage
2011
9th
9
3rd Stage
-
2012
10th
10
3rd Stage
Group Stage
Relegated to Div.2
2013
Challenge
2
5th
16
1st Stage
-
2014
12th
16
1st Stage
-
2015
Nadeshiko Div.2
9th
10
1st Stage
-
Relegated to Div.3
2016
Challenge
3
7th
12
1st Stage
-
West : 4th
2017
10th
12
2nd Stage
-
West : 6th (Move to Div.4)

Transition of team name

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References

  1. Profile Archived 2012-11-27 at the Wayback Machine in the L. League's website
  2. L. League tables in soccerway.com
  3. "選手&スタッフ". Archived from the original on 11 May 2015. Retrieved 4 April 2015.