|Full name||Fukushima United Football Club|
|Ground|| Toho Stadium |
Fukushima United FC (福島ユナイテッドFC, Fukushima Yunaiteddo Efushī) is a Japanese football club from Fukushima City, the capital of Fukushima Prefecture.
The club was founded in 2006, by the merger of FC Pelada Fukushima and Junkers. From the 2008 season, the club has adopted the new name as "Fukushima United FC". They played in the Japan Football League, the third tier of the Japanese football league system in 2013. Starting in 2014, they were promoted to the newly formed, J3 League.
|5||7||1st||12||11||0||1||53||6||47||33||2nd Round||1st Round|
|2012||7||1st||12||11||0||1||61||6||55||33||4th Round||Runner's Up|
|2020 †||18||13th||34||11||6||17||46||55||-9||39||582||Did not qualify|
As of 1 March 2021.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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