JFA Academy Fukushima LSC

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JFA Academy Fukushima LSC
Full nameJFA Academy Fukushima LSC
Ground Naraha, Fukushima, Japan
League Challenge League
2019 Nadeshiko Div.3, 9th

JFA Academy Fukushima LSC (JFAアカデミー福島) is a Japanese women's football team which plays Japan Women's Football League from 2010.


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