NTT West Kyoto SC

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NTT West Kyoto S.C.
Full nameNTT West Kyoto Soccer Club
Founded?
(as NTT Kinki SC)
Dissolved2011
Ground Kyoto, Japan

NTT West Kyoto Soccer Club was a Japanese football club based in Kyoto. The club played in Japan Soccer League Division 2. It last played in the Kyoto Prefectural League since 2003.

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