NGU Loveledge Nagoya

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NGU Loveledge Nagoya
NGUラブリッジ名古屋
Full nameNGU Loveledge Nagoya
Nickname(s)Loveledge Nagoya
Founded1998
League Challenge.League
Website Club website

NGU Loveledge Nagoya (NGUラブリッジ名古屋) is a women's football club playing in Japan's football league, Challenge League. Its hometown is the city of Nagoya, Aichi.

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Squad

Current squad

As of 14 July 2020. 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 Miharu Takahashi
2 Flag of Japan.svg DF Makiko Morita
3 Flag of Japan.svg DF Mayu Terada
4 Flag of Japan.svg DF Kaho Ohshima
5 Flag of Japan.svg MF Saki Fujimura
7 Flag of Japan.svg MF Ayano Koike
8 Flag of Japan.svg MF Chisa Kuwata
9 Flag of Japan.svg MF Mayura Imai
10 Flag of Japan.svg FW Ayuka Kato
11 Flag of Japan.svg FW Miyabi Aoshima
13 Flag of Japan.svg DF Rika Usui
No.PositionPlayer
14 Flag of Japan.svg MF Yuka Sugiyama
15 Flag of Japan.svg MF Ibuki Kato
16 Flag of Japan.svg FW Yui Ogawa
17 Flag of Japan.svg MF Fumina Shibayama
18 Flag of Japan.svg FW Ao Sato
19 Flag of Japan.svg DF Yuka Shimada
20 Flag of Japan.svg MF Rina Takenaka
21 Flag of Japan.svg FW Nayo Kawai
22 Flag of Japan.svg GK Mao Unoki
23 Flag of Japan.svg GK Hiyori Demizu

Results

SeasonDomestic LeagueNational CupLeague CupLeague Note
LeagueLevelPlaceTms.
1998Aichi Div.252ndDNQ-
19993rdDNQ-
20001stDNQ-
2001Aichi Div.143rdDNQ-
20024thDNQ-
20031stDNQ-
2004Tokai32nd101st Stage-
20051st102nd Stage-
20061st101st Stage-
20071st10DNQ-
20082nd101st Stage-
20093rd10DNQ-
20103rd10DNQ-
20112nd10DNQ-
20123rd12DNQ-
2013Tokai Div.13rd6DNQ-
20143rd6DNQ-Promoted for L.League
2015Challenge(West)5th62nd Stage-
2016Challenge10th121st Stage-West : 5th
20177th122nd Stage-West : 3rd

Transition of team name

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