Niigata University of Health and Welfare LSC

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Niigata University of Health and Welfare L.S.C.
新潟医療福祉大学女子サッカー部
Full nameNiigata University of Health and Welfare L.S.C.
Founded2012
ManagerTakayuki Akiyama
League Challenge.League
Website Club website

Niigata University of Health and Welfare L.S.C. (新潟医療福祉大学女子サッカー部) is a women's football club playing in Japan's football league, Hokushinetsu League. Its hometown is the city of Niigata.

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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 Natsumi Sato
2 Flag of Japan.svg DF Manami Meguro
3 Flag of Japan.svg DF Chinatsu Hiki
4 Flag of Japan.svg MF Yui Imai
5 Flag of Japan.svg DF Asuka Sugawara
6 Flag of Japan.svg DF Yuka Kikuchi
7 Flag of Japan.svg MF Sorami Kai
8 Flag of Japan.svg MF Ayumi Sekine
9 Flag of Japan.svg MF Yuki Yoshinaga
10 Flag of Japan.svg FW Miyuki Takahashi
11 Flag of Japan.svg FW Miki Fukazawa
12 Flag of Japan.svg DF Mai Ogawa
13 Flag of Japan.svg FW Naho Ohtomo
14 Flag of Japan.svg DF Yumeno Goto
15 Flag of Japan.svg MF Ami Takahashi
16 Flag of Japan.svg MF Monoka Ito
No.PositionPlayer
17 Flag of Japan.svg MF Saori Abe
18 Flag of Japan.svg MF Watako Takahashi
19 Flag of Japan.svg MF Arisu Yamazato
20 Flag of Japan.svg MF Rurika Yamatani
21 Flag of Japan.svg GK Airi Kodaka
22 Flag of Japan.svg DF Marina Sato
23 Flag of Japan.svg MF Sonoka Matsumoto
24 Flag of Japan.svg DF Homi Tsunematsu
25 Flag of Japan.svg DF Natsuki Nagasawa
26 Flag of Japan.svg MF Kanami Nakamatsu
27 Flag of Japan.svg MF Ayane Mori
28 Flag of Japan.svg MF Fuki Kinoshita
30 Flag of Japan.svg FW Sari Kaneshige
32 Flag of Japan.svg MF Kou Yamatani
33 Flag of Japan.svg DF Ayaka Furuse

Results

SeasonDomestic LeagueNational CupLeague CupLeague Note
LeagueLevelPlaceTms.
2012Niigata41st61st Stage 
2013Hokushinetsu(pre)31st6DNQ 
2014Hokushinetsu1st71st Stage Promoted for L.League
2015Challenge(East)3rd61st Stage 
2016Challenge9th121st Stage West : 6th
20178th122nd Stage East : 4th

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